Getting ready for Zaggi Combat at the Lawrencetown Slope

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Ghost Flyer
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Getting ready for Zaggi Combat at the Lawrencetown Slope

Unread post by Ghost Flyer » Mon Jun 01, 2015 1:37 pm

Hi folks,

I'm getting ready for Zaggi Combat at the Lawrencetown Slope. Now, I don't want to scare anyone, but I'm quite excited about this, and feel quite certain that I will be undefeated and will rein as King of the Slope! Not even Rick will stand a chance against my new wing! I had to bring my custom made combat wing in from overseas and yes, it did cost me an arm and a leg. I have included a photo of it here, taken in the Fairview Terminal. BRING IT ON! :twisted:

:lol: AC
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ahemm... I'm not really sure what this is, but it did look photo worthy!
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My new combat wing, arriving at Fairview Terminal, last month.
My new combat wing, arriving at Fairview Terminal, last month.
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Re: Getting ready for Zaggi Combat at the Lawrencetown Slope

Unread post by rhyneheimer » Tue Jun 02, 2015 12:35 pm

stabilizer from a passenger jet?
maybe on the way to or from IMP?
looks about 35-40 ft span?

the Air Canada A320-211 that crashed (and lost its tail) was written off, so it's not for that...
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Re: Getting ready for Zaggi Combat at the Lawrencetown Slope

Unread post by RocketManRC » Tue Jun 02, 2015 7:20 pm

Wow Andrew its going to be difficult to compete but don't count me out just yet. Lol.
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