|Mar 08, 2014, 08:07 AM|
Joined Jun 2005
Little-bitty Tiger Moth.
It was very calm, (but cold), this morning, so I decided to try out the Ares Tiger Moth 75, over in one of the paved parking lots, near where we ride our bikes to,
I am very favorably impressed with the model. I got a good, long flight. Being a generously under-cambered biplane, I expected it to fly slowly, but this thing must be seen to be believed!
With motor-control, magnetic-actuator rudder, and elevator controls, this thing
is a dream-come-true! (The dream started back in 1937, or so. I never thought I
would live long enough to see an 11.4 inch span, radio-controlled, .5 ounce model, fly that well). I'll bring my camera along, next time.
We now need to order another Moth, for my wife to fly.
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