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Pegasus Twin Engine flight @ Exeter R/C Eagles Club

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Uploaded on Sep 23, 2010

Took my scratch built twin engine out for a flight and a few seconds into the flight I realized the throttle was stuck wide open. The only thing I could do was to fly until the fuel ran out. At about 9:25 the right engine quits and I climbed a bit waiting for the left engine to quit. When I designed this plane, I built the engine nacelles as close to the fuselage as possible so it would still be controllable with an "engine out situation". As you can see it paid off...

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