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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

BERG Volksrust Trip

BERG members with Zagi's at Rosedal 2006

Thanks Mike for the generous offer.
I don't think that one can get a better deal than that!!!.
This will make our slope trip even more affordable.

Now comes the challenge for Oom Evan, how about
a reduced price foam Zagi's (say R50.00 for the cores) and
I will come and help you cut them one Sat at The Skunk works.

I still maintain that, value for money, a Zagi is king and for those
club members that haven't flown a Zagi this is your chance.
Built, bred and tested by Oom Ev on the slopes of Ladybrand
you can be sure that this one will fly straight off the drawing board
or, is it the foam cutter.

The Zagi only uses 2 servos (elevons) , a receiver, battery and
mixer and the most basic radio can be used ( i.e. 2 channel
27Mhz ).

So It's over to Evan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 comment:

Evan Shaw said...

Evan's Zagi cutting days are over. He has moved onto bigger and better things. See the new iTsotsi100 fly at the Nats!
So it's now over to Piet's "Skunk Works" to produce the Zagi's. He has been bragging about starting his own and at R50.00 per set of cores it sounds great. When can I get one Piet?