|Nov 20, 2014, 12:37 AM|
V Shark v tail
I always liked the results of glow v tail planes of past so why not make one out of a Nanoplanes Speed Shark.
Ohh, but this one will not just have a v tail, but a host of changes.. a real kit bashin' for sure!
The target auw of 20 oz will get the full might of the 3100 kv Microdan in the 25 oz 1M.
It will be silly fast(er) and even more on rails?
|Nov 20, 2014, 07:52 PM|
I wanted to show in video how good of a rudder effect the V can generate.. stall turns, spins, and other gyrations come to mind.
Also, if for any reason there is a tendency to pull in any direction when HARD on the elevator, it can be tuned via "elevator differential."
|Nov 20, 2014, 09:55 PM|
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