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Cliff 195906/10/2019 15:10:31
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First time at Chagford (Dartmoor) but not my last, I can see when the wind is a little lighter it's going to be a lot of fun.

Cliff 195906/10/2019 18:51:28
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I've just had a comment under the video on You Tube which is good advice, that is move down the slope a little bit, then launch. Thought I would share that information laugh

Handyman06/10/2019 19:04:23
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I think that you should also consider adding ballast in those conditions and get a little more penetration in those strong winds. Weight always helps.

Cliff 195906/10/2019 19:14:10
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Yes, wise words, definately next time. Thanks for the advice Handyman.

SIMON CRAGG06/10/2019 20:44:31
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Well done. Brilliant effort!. Been there and done similar over the years. Hope the damage was minimal!.

cymaz06/10/2019 22:27:57
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Myself and a friend did the same sort of thing off Perran sands with a couple of SAS Wildthings. We only stopped as it was gusting to 45mph.....not that those couldn’t fly, they could but we couldn’t throw them off fast enough! sarcastic 2

Chris Walby07/10/2019 07:13:52
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Well done and top marks for will never be too windy, with the right model wink

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