WOW!WOW! (double WOW!) Thanks for the head's up. Sounds like a return of the ABC hi-zoot piston that the first SE version had. This is good. I prefer the ABC P&L over the previous ringed version and that red head looks cool. I did the math: 333 g = 11.75 ounces, 22000 yen = $203.70 (probably more when it gets here).
Have been reading the latest issue of CLW. One of the lead articles is about our own Pat Johnston. Then the coverage of the Brodak Fly In if you can call it. Plus coverage of other contests. It covers about all there is in control line except maybe speed, but then the Brodak speed events are in there. Right now John in his editorial says he is losing money on this magazine. Since Flying Models is no more, CLW is the last of the CL magazines out there. Yew we have Stunt News, but it is mostly if not entirely about stunt. I'm not goint to mention Model Aviation as it tries to cover all of modeling. I notice John has very little outside advertising like some of the magazines do. He has raised the rate for a subscription to $40.00 for four issues. Yes that seems high until you see inside the cover all the different articles and lots of pictures. Each issue has a modelling hero with their history. I have paid more than $10.00 an issue for a magazine that did not have as much appeal as CLW. He states that if there is not an increase in subscriptions, the magazine will be no more. I will be renewing myself. To me it is one great magazine.
Yeah I've seen that one also. Now think back if you can. What job did she have when husband was in office and all she did was screw it up. Then the different assignments from each president since. The latest is the loss of some of our heroes because they would not send help. It is on Fox news who is not afraid to tell the truth.
Some kids have never been taught how pressious life is. I was taught at a very early age how to use a rifle and shot gun. Was caught with my thumb over the end of the barrel one time, oh was I chewed on. The rifle was usd for target practice and squirrals, the furry four legged kind and the shot guns were for rabbits plus quail and pheasant. Oh I used the 22 for getting frog legs to eat.
Pretty cool experiment Tim! I would be curious to the degrees of throw per ms as well. If we are truly only using 15-20 degrees of surface deflection, then it would seem we are losing a lot of resolution by building for 30-35 degrees of deflection.