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Old 05-05-2013, 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Mike C View Post
Volts definitely have turn, but it is manageable. They do not have TB stability. Just today I threw a Volt 10' high, slight hyzer release and 75% power in a very mild headwind and got a gentle turnover out of it, parking a 280' hole. That's one of the selling points of the Volt for me. Stable enough that the turn can be masked with clean hyzer releases, but the turn can also be exploited for a huge amount of technical lines.
True- I was not trying to say they don't have turn its just very easy to control with a hyzer release at 325' and under. Volts are much more workable than a teebird in that sense and agree with you, was just trying to prove a point that they are not by any means "flippy" or "bad" for throwing in a headwind and will hold a hell of a hyzer line not just fly straight-- now if this video would just finish processing?!