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Old 04-08-2014, 02:54 AM   #1
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Mounted a minimoa wing on the radian. Don't ask why....Just did. Was curious about the whole experiment. I was really surprised. It flew very nice. A little heavier, a little faster but kept its thermal abilities as usual. During the second test flight, i mixed in the rudder with aileron. Nice improvement to my slow left hand on the controls. It was windy, so I was bumping around a bit...but over all..a nice flight. I think I will keep the wing on her.


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Mounted a minimoa wing on the radian. Don't ask why....Just did. Was curious about the whole experiment. I was really surprised. It flew very nice. A little heavier, a little faster but kept its thermal abilities as usual. During the second test flight, i mixed in the rudder with aileron. Nice improvement to my slow left hand on the controls. It was windy, so I was bumping around a bit...but over all..a nice flight. I think I will keep the wing on her.


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Hey, very nice job!!!

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