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Old Apr 24, 2011, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by rcmonster99 View Post
I have the feeling that the airframe will suffer on a high speed landing. the winglets are likely to drag on touch down and in doing so make the model cartwheel.
then the rest is guessing which one of the winglets will break first or what other messy result.

I hope I am proven wrong, as it is a nice looking solution for a clean airframe
Shouldn't a zephyr (And any other flying wing with fins) do the same thing then? Because it has its' winglets below the wing as well which should make the rest of the flying wings cartwheel
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