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The New 2015 Air
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Any test pilots out there? LOL The auto rotation is still in the development stage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qlfAM...



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#2
I'll stick with what I have.
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#3
Hey Jim!! with only a 10 foot cord, you wouldn't have to worry about your fear of heights. Lol...
Your flying buddy. leo....
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doug bryant - 12/5/2014 9:43 AM

I'll stick with what I have.

It's got to be safer than yours Doug, yours doesn't have 54 propellers !!
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#5
I went flying today in an R22, not a very clear day for it but it was still fun.


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U-L- Copter - 12/5/2014 11:00 AM

Hey Jim!! with only a 10 foot cord, you wouldn't have to worry about your fear of heights. Lol...
Your flying buddy. leo....

The Sheriff Deputy got me for hovering to close to his sleeping spot today.


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#7
Nice shots from the R22.
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jimwitkowski - 12/5/2014 4:28 PM

Any test pilots out there? LOL The auto rotation is still in the development stage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qlfAM...




One piece of debris into one of those props and it will cause a chain reaction that will be a catastrophic loss. Anybody attempting to fly something like that manned has a death wish.

I would hate to fly an airplane/helicopter with that many combustion/turbine engines...imagine 3-5 gauges for each one to monitor.. LOL
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#9
Yep, stick with what I have. Did spend a couple hours on a Blackhawk sim last week, it's Ok, but I'd rather fly my Mosquito!
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#10
Any comments on the new 285 Engine
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