Yeah go figure. All those wonderful airfoil sections to choose from and a flat plate works great
Someone thought I was filming in slo-mo but nothings' slowed down, it's all real time. It seems to just lock in and sit there nice and pretty in hovers and it's one of the easiest to harrier planes I've done. There is going to be some more development work on this planform
, it's too much fun to ignore. David K. really nailed this one on the head. You'll love the F3P version, it's amazing how precise it is considering it's just some 3mm foam glued together. You've got the F3P version so just blow up the parts and viola!
[/Quote] Looks like it hovers and harriers effortlesly. I got a Click last winter and haven't touched it yet, but I wan't to build a big one.
I know what you mean about some airfoiled planes not flying as well as some flatties. It doesn't make sense, but the proof is in the flying.[/QUOTE]