|Mar 18, 2004, 01:10 AM|
more advanced 3d
I have basically a 2 part question, which goes as follows. I can hover, harrier, do flat spins, and do the usual roll,loop, inverted etc. I'm looking to get into more advance 3d such as blenders and waterfalls. Are there any places I can get more information on these aerobatics? also, what type of plane do I need? for all the stuff I can do, my shockflyer works great, but I've heard blenders require stronger, a little more meaty planes. any truth to that?
|Mar 18, 2004, 01:39 AM|
Harley posted up links to sites with great 3D flight information, you can see it here.
As for your planes structure and whether it can withstand the hard loads placed on the wing while executing a Blender, only you can decide.
But if your plane can do a 'Wall' or a 'Parachute' then I'd say it just might survive the Blender.
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