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Old 08-07-2020, 09:06 AM
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A flight on a Quest D16 would be interesting. Even more so would be a full 20n-sec Aerotech D10/D13 or D21/D24.


A 2 or 3 stage flight would be fun to watch too, say a C11/C6/C6-7.
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C11-0 or C5-0 to D16-8 two stage flight would be even cooler providing a large enough recovery area.
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Flew it eight times today. Got a good C12-6 flight in that batch. Will try to have this one and a few others' video posted over the weekend.
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