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    Default Re: How can this work? and well?

    Is this any good

    [img]index.php?t=getfile&id=339&private=0[/img]



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    Default Re: How can this work? and well?

    hover t, if it were lighter it will show more detail - nice size though.



    I guess my true inquire is in this sketch I did the other day (should be dated August 9th not September 9th, I was in a hurry and got ahead of myself).







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    Default Re: How can this work? and well?

    Download Irfanview (Free image viewer and manipulator)



    http://www.download-zone-free.com/irfanview/



    (very small, very good quality and powerful tool)



    use Image|enhance colours to alter the brightness of the image.

    the image can be saved as an independant file directly from your browser (with Rebeccas' permission of course ), or go to the worlds and look at the real thing )


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    Default Re: How can this work? and well?

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Fitz
    Download Irfanview (Free image viewer and manipulator)



    http://www.download-zone-free.com/irfanview/



    (very small, very good quality and powerful tool)



    use Image|enhance colours to alter the brightness of the image.

    the image can be saved as an independant file directly from your browser (with Rebeccas' permission of course ), or go to the worlds and look at the real thing )

    I can lighten images and get increased detail with ACDSee for Pentax, it just helps to start with the highest quality source you can.



    I'm staying home this year, don't anyone get hurt peaking up skirts now.



    From all the images posted, I'm getting the feeling that a lot of the current innovations are happening where we can't always see them. This however does not mean people are not out there making a better mousetrap for us.




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    Default Re: How can this work? and well?

    Thanks to Rebecca, I now have a better image to start with. It appears that the inside part of the skirt is attached to the upper position (refer to sketch).




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    Default Re: How can this work? and well?

    i think it looks like mate, there is a strip of ally, holding the bag loop to the hull. i doubt this craft has a massive hoverheight, the lift air is trapped between the bottom of the segment and that bag loop sausage thingy.




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    Quote: (i doubt this craft has a massive hoverheight)



    I think that is the point as the F1 craft seem to be more on there sides and rear than most hovercraft.



    Maybe a new name is in order, how does the Lowfliers, or Madhatters Sound.



    They are for sure not in the same class as the rest of us.



    Maybe even, The Cut Above....



    or last try.



    "You have absolutely no will to live in one of these"



    OK maybe a bit long but true.



    ooooo oooo one more, "The suiside club"




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    your anoying you be a good one for you!

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