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has tremendous power, but is hard to set moving from a "dead" position - I can attest that because I "lost my prop" in the air and had to do a terrific nose dive to get the blade to turn over ^[[enough to "catch" it again]] before I was forced to land. The take-off is still shorter than with the 80 HP 18 meters, or 80 HP 15 meters. Give the bus the gun and before you can say, "My what a cute little ship" the little ship will be mounting heavenward at a still greater angle than you've ever before seen except with a balloon. And in coming down you must switch on and off continuously, in order to "hold" the engine. So out of the sky you hear a br-r-rt--b-r-r-- -- -- b-r-r-t as a plane comes from a mere speck to a full-fledged fledgling before [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] ^[[alighting]]. At the instant of the 3 point landing the [[strikethroughh]] gun [[/strikethrough]] ^[[switch]] is given to catch the motor in order to taxi or take-off without spinning the prop again. I led Hieber and Rucker in a little jaunt --
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