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February 2009 Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Shawn Penix brought his new EPP Piaget.  This plane not only flys well but it is very crash resistance because the EPP foam bends instead of breaking when it gets hit hard.

 

       This is the first EPP foam plane that I have seen that is light weight enough to fly this good.  It just keeps getting better.  Great plane Shawn!

 

February 2009 Meeting

       Frank Twiehaus explained problems with Spektrum radios when used with Helicopters.

       Frank also brought a programmable voltage meter to use with your batteries.

       Shawn Penix with his new Piaget French made plane that is shown above.

       Brett Grell with the first Heli that he bought bran new.  It is a T-Rex 250.

       John Scheck is building a new Vision 50 Ely-Q.  It is a new company with many parts that are interchangeable with a T-Rex.        Shawn Penix with his new EPP Piaget.        Shawn's plane here shown flying after the meeting in the La Vista Gym.        John Scheck flying his heli in the Gym.

       Brett Grell lands his plane on walls in a vertical position.  If you think this is easy just try it.        Here Brett is flying in a small entry.  His plane is a Yak 55m.        Brett landing on entry wall.        Shawn adjusting his Piaget.

     
       Keith Paskewitz' trusty IFO along with the camera that took all these pictures.          Photography by Keith Paskewitz