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    1. #17
      Join Date
      Jun 2004
      Location
      Corlette, Port Stephens, NSW, Australia
      Club
      Rebels Flying Club
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      AgLk
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      3D/Extreme
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      Peter with a non MA machine well I never .... and with a cheap model too...... wonders will never cease!!!!

      Good on ya Peter, see there is more to life than MA
      MAAA Instructor AUS 65209
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    2. #18
      Join Date
      Nov 2007
      Location
      Sutherland Shire, NSW
      Club
      SSSFA
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      AUS71195
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      Stick Banging Maniac
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      I did forget about the dampners & paddles. I am also running the orange KBDD dampners which work very well but I will say the Yellow "softer" (there still rock hard) ones will work very well also.

      The KBDD paddles are by far the best padel out there IMO. There performance is awesome & they are cheap & wont fall apart in crashes.

    3. #19
      Join Date
      May 2009
      Location
      Sydney
      Club
      SSSFA
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      AUS 71534
      Style
      Vaguely Intermediate
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      1,204

      Default No Loctite in Tail Slider

      Most of us didnt even realize this comes apart until it did in flight for Me and a few others

      Makes for a a fun spiralling auto

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      Doug
      TEAM Byron Fuels Rotor Rage
      Aeolus 50, GAUI X5, Trex 700N, Trex 500 FBL, Futaba 14SG
      Crashing is not predictable just inevitable

    4. #20
      Join Date
      Jan 2013
      Style
      Beginner
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      1

      Default Aeolus Tips & Tricks

      A quick tip also is to trim the canopy support rubbers (near gyro mount) to put less stress on the canopy when on.Nitrotek

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