Toad Hauler

By kwadkenstine on Jul 01, 2020

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New bits old bits , its all fashion, as Toad of Toad Hall said , Vroom vroom beep beep



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kwadkenstine   Jul 05, 2020  

Hi all, Swoped out the gemfans for some HQ durable 7 x 4.5 Tri Bi blades,Small overall improvement. Then some HQ durable 4.5 Bi Blades. Much smoother , less jellow no bobbles Sounds Meaner , motors just slightly worm , better flight times, No down sides.Just got to love that GROWL.

Jayembee67   Jul 01, 2020  

“The motor-car went Poop-poop-poop, As it raced along the road. Who was it steered it into a pond? Ingenious Mr. Toad!”

And there is your H7 Hauler, very nice! How is the combo of X8 and H7 working for you then?

kwadkenstine   Jul 01, 2020 

Hi I posted flight no 2 on YT last night, Its been 40 years since i read wind in the willows,

Jayembee67   Jul 01, 2020 

Nice! Alrighty, that looks like just the thing that you would be wanting for your H7. The footage looks great, and the machine seems to be handling the weight with no issues, thank you very much! But frankly, with all that air being moved, if it didn't, that would be the surprise. Strong work, as ever, and nice flying. Also, greenery. Exciting! :-)

And about the same for me, I suspect, likely longer. I'm pretty sure I read it in 2nd year of Junior School or something. But I have been to Disneyland in the interim, so have partaken in Mister Toad's Wild Ride (which wasn't very wild, in truth).

aroundaverage   Jul 01, 2020  

I get the reference - Wind of the Willows

OptimaZe   Jul 01, 2020  

Love the cover photo :)

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