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    My Chinook helicopter

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    My Chinook helicopter Empty My Chinook helicopter

    Post  Tom(ADMIN) on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:55 am

    This is my Chinook heli, built from a Perkins 'Skylift'....two brushless motors, an 1100a/h LiPo battery, and flashing HiViz Led's.

    I once managed to fly it backwards straight into my ''gentleman's area''...(I lost concentration for a split second) that really made my eyes water, I couldn't walk properly for a few hours! Great fun to fly outdoors on a calm summer's evening, though...I used to carry out mock low level attacks on next door's cat with it.

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