Wright Stuff C

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby klastyioer » June 3rd, 2019, 6:40 am

12th with 3:02. Happy to see a lot of insane flights, congrats to you all. Just wondering - what happened with Brookwood's rumored 5:10 plane?
brookwood?
erm...
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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby kate! » June 3rd, 2019, 6:47 am

12th with 3:02. Happy to see a lot of insane flights, congrats to you all. Just wondering - what happened with Brookwood's rumored 5:10 plane?
brookwood?
erm...
I heard that they just got nervous and tested it wrong and broke the rubber but I wasn't there so idrk.
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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby bjt4888 » June 3rd, 2019, 7:14 am

Crayola,

Congrats on the excellent flight!

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby klastyioer » June 3rd, 2019, 7:15 am

Crayola,

Congrats on the excellent flight!

Brian T.
^^
:) good job bestie
it's not about the medals; go out there and have fun. make progress, learn a few things, have one heck of a time, because that's all that matters.

Builder Cult >:)

'17 - Towers, WS, rocks
'18 - Towers, WS, Mystery Arch, road
'19 - WS
'20 - WS, Boomilever, PPP

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby bjt4888 » June 3rd, 2019, 7:17 am

Northville and Ann Arbor Pioneer,

Congratulations to both of your Wright Stuff teams on the great flying and great overall team results. You both represented the state of Michigan well.

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby Unome » June 3rd, 2019, 7:17 am

12th with 3:02. Happy to see a lot of insane flights, congrats to you all. Just wondering - what happened with Brookwood's rumored 5:10 plane?
brookwood?
erm...
I heard that they just got nervous and tested it wrong and broke the rubber but I wasn't there so idrk.
I would be very surprised if Brookwood had done that well. They don't have any history in flight events that I'm aware of, at least not in the last decade.
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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby bjt4888 » June 3rd, 2019, 7:22 am

K,

Not sure which team you represented, but also congratulations to you and your team. I’m sure you did well.

Also, great job on the forum this year. Your pertinent questions and answers to fellow students demonstrated high level critical thinking; very beneficial to all of the forum participants.

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby coachchuckaahs » June 3rd, 2019, 7:24 am

Here is a video of our gold medal flight. Uses every inch of the gym.

This is not my video, and I don't know how long it will be posted.

https://vimeo.com/339970934

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby klastyioer » June 3rd, 2019, 7:54 am

K,

Not sure which team you represented, but also congratulations to you and your team. I’m sure you did well.

Also, great job on the forum this year. Your pertinent questions and answers to fellow students demonstrated high level critical thinking; very beneficial to all of the forum participants.

Brian T
i demonstrated harriton's ws along with sarah lee, john neary, and hannah klatte
thanks!
it's not about the medals; go out there and have fun. make progress, learn a few things, have one heck of a time, because that's all that matters.

Builder Cult >:)

'17 - Towers, WS, rocks
'18 - Towers, WS, Mystery Arch, road
'19 - WS
'20 - WS, Boomilever, PPP

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Re: Wright Stuff C

Postby newflight » June 3rd, 2019, 8:22 am

Northville and Ann Arbor Pioneer,

Congratulations to both of your Wright Stuff teams on the great flying and great overall team results. You both represented the state of Michigan well.

Brian T
Thanks, Brian! on the tournament day. because of the air drifting, our first plane kept drifting and almost hit on the side net, but fortunately, it stopped around 3 ft away from the net, the fist flight got 3'49. for the second flight, we learned to launch it from a better location but lowered initial launch torque a little bit, second flight ended up at 3:55, it probably could go above 4 if the initial launch torque is a little higher, but we were happy about the results, we got close to our best


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