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      just came across this video a very fast robbe seawolf doing jumps and plaining very funny

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      A submarine, 'on the step'!!!!! And flying.

      So, ATRAGON is doable?! Who would have guessed. I'll have to brush the dust off that folder.

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      Post  david f on Fri Oct 17, 2014 4:12 pm

      That looks like fantastic fun!

      I have spent a large part of this summer watching John W throwing his yellow Graupner Shark around the pond long after everyone else has packed up for the day!

      I believe that the Graupner is no longer made . There is a need for fun, performance subs, I think. Dynamic divers - probably brushless. Good fun and a good intro to subs.

      The MMB Subsonic showed promise but I don't see it around very much in the UK. Are there any other alternatives?

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