Inverted Circuits Part 2

Made a decision that I have to crack inverted circuits and the weapon for this has to be the Mini-Titan. It’s stable in the air, cheap to fix and handles well under pressure.

Fortunately it was good flying weather this evening and there is no time like the present.  The good news is that I managed a shaky half circuit, the bad news is on the second battery I sent it in.  I think this was down to the light failing and I lost orientation.  It takes a lot of concentration when you are first learning but it was very satisfying.

The good news of all this? Well I have most the spare parts in the cellar, I just need a new under carriage.  Oh and of course I have to set it up all again..

£4.

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