|Jul 24, 2013, 09:54 AM|
Congratulations! When you started juicing it up I wasn't sure it was going to get off the ground! Looks like it floated around pretty good but I did hear you say you didn't have a lot of roll authority or something like that. She looked pretty massive when she came drifting by the camera. Did you find your wheel?
|Jul 30, 2013, 11:29 PM|
United States, TX, Austin
Joined Sep 2012
Yeah I was really nervious that it would crash on tackoff. We found the wheel pretty easily and I rebuilt them. I didn't have much elevon control because of the torque roll but the rudder worked well. I'm going to try to sell it but I'll try to fly it again and make a video with closer shots to post.
Thanks for all the help JohnsPop!
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