Originally Posted by PaulDaniel
Since we're doing show and tell here, I thought I'd share some pictures of my nearly completed Squall. Stock set up but I decided to go a different route in the color. Blue paint is Cyrlon H2O and the graphics just vinyl. From what I've read the bottoms can get beat up so I added some plastic toward the front of the inlet and did some beefing up a bit inside but now enough to disrupt the airflow. I might end up putting a bit more on the bottom. Also thinking a using a control horn on the nose. Thoughts?
now that does look nice
the scoop tends to catch if your landing on grass , one of the guys at the club has a carbon rod that runs from the lip of the scoop to just behind the nose it acts a little like a skid it helps but not completely stops the scoop from digging in , if your running the 4s set up bring your cog a little forward than the book says . and be careful if there is little wind as they land fast ..lol...