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Aeronaut Pilot Print Booklet
Author: Skipper44   Posts: 1   Photos: 0   Subscribers: 0   Views: 277   Responses: 13   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Aeronaut Pilot - Posted: 25th Jun 2017
Hi guys,
I started my aeronaut pilot last week and have made some quick progress so have decided to make a build log!
All my updates are on youtube as I have been filming time lapse videos as i go along so i will be posting the links as I post the videos. Any questions or similar please feel free to as as im sure I will have a few to ask myself!
Yours
Tintin😊
Response by John on the 29th Jun 2017
Thanks again, it is looking good. You are getting there! 😁
Response by Skipper44 on the 30th Jun 2017
Thanks guys! And yes AllenA I was surprised too! Funnily enough when both props were working there wasn’t too much difference in top speed, probably around 2 or 3 mph however the acceleration was much faster with two as was the stability! (And yes my minor spelling typo!😂 missed that one!) and thanks John, I’m really looking forward to putting the deck on! The rubbing strake and some fenders have just arrived so time to make some progress, however I’m am going away tomorrow on an army cadet camp (don’t worry I’m in the Navy section!! 😂) so will not be able to do anything for a week.
Anyway I’ll try and make some more progress and look forward to reporting back again! Hopefully some running in the next video!
Yours
T
Response by Skipper44 on the 11th Jul 2017
Just put out a little running video, back home now so tile to crack on!
https://youtu.be/I8GRxAjnMT4
Enjoy :)
T