Originally posted by Al:
Didn't Herr have something in their instructions that referred to this problem. The put an added note in the kit? I've been trying to find it. I haven't flown mine yet.
The instructions say to make sure you form the leading edge accurately and the model should not tip stall. I formed mine very accurately and it still tip stalls when it is slow. I think it all comes down to it has very little wing area and the fuse is very short. Like I said it does fly and looks good in the air but takes a decent amount of control. Even with maximum throws it is not very aerobatic. Mine takes almost full down on the inverted side to not lose a ton of altitude and it will only fly for about 150 feet or so inverted before it falls off.