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Maido :: Herman Peeters
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Material: paxolin 4mm

Distance: 100-110m

[2001] This design is from the late Challenger era, dated August 1997. It is a combination of the Straight Shooter with the wing width of the Far. The airfoil is moderately aggressive, making it a safe performer with range of the order of 100-110m. Maïdo, meaning 'burnt land' is a stretch of land along one of the 3 craters of the volcano 'Piton des Neiges' on the island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean. Herman was inspired by the fantastic landscape while being there with his wife.
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