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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by maxwell smart, May 30, 2015.
It is coming down rite now. Sweet Texas rain. I think we are drowning in it.
Greetings from California. What is this "rain" of which you speak?
Max are u in Houston?
im almost sure that is a stuppid question buttt.. is not possible to fly under the rain, right???
I am in Stafford. So yes.
max - you are F'd! sorry to say that!
Supposedly going to pass in the next day they say.... but who believes the weather man
I think Maxwell should try flying in it and if his bird still flies in a couple 2 or 3 weeks, the answer is yes.
The motors don't mind the water, it's the electronics inside which are allergic to water.
Put some tape over the vents and give it a shot. I've heard of some folks doing that. I would be concerned with overheating.
I have flown in drizzle a few times, no biggee. Things dry quite rapidly here in Wyoming.
It rained here too...........once.