Originally Posted by Dick West
I am interested in building a Fly Guy for use on a mountain air strip located at 4600 feet of altitude. Does anyone have any experience flying one that high and are there any others considerations I should consider? This would be my first venture into RC aircraft. Thanks. DIck West
Having flown RC at 7000 ft for 4 yrs I found you need lower wing loadings and higher pitched props to get sea level performance. Also tip stalls are more severe. Flyguy should be fine as long as you keep him light.