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Old 04-16-2005, 10:29 PM
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Well, seeing as I've just discovered this forum for "Current kit talk", I figure I should also announce our most recently announced kits:

The Decaffeinator: a 6 foot tall 24mm powered bird that is constructed primarily of 16 oz foam cups! Weighing in at less than 6 oz, she flies great even on C11 motors!

The Tri-Glide: an 18mm sport bird that uses 3 foam gliders as fins during boost then discharges them at apogee to glide home as the mother ship returns via a 16" parachute

the PayLord a 3 motor 18mm cluster with a large payload section suitable for a raw hens egg or sophisticated electronic payloads! Clear payload section!

The StarLoad: a 3 motor 24mm cluster with a HUGE payload section suitable for DUAL egg lofting and even BIGGER electronic payloads! Clear payload section!

More information about these and our other kits can be found at http://fliskits.com/

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the PayLord a 3 motor 18mm cluster with a large payload section suitable for a raw hens egg or sophisticated electronic payloads! Clear payload section!

This is a cool kit. It looks VERY similar to an Astron Scrambler, with "naked" motor tubes.
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Old 04-17-2005, 09:14 PM
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This is a cool kit. It looks VERY similar to an Astron Scrambler, with "naked" motor tubes.


It's interesting because I can see the influence myself. However, it wasn't until I looked at the finished cover art graphic that I got that impression. Looking at the built kit did not remind me of the Scrambler.

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