|Jan 16, 2015, 01:25 PM|
Tiger Moth 200 Parkflyer
Is this the same as the Art-Tech Tiger Moth or is it something new?
regards . . . g
|Jan 17, 2015, 01:59 PM|
Joined Nov 2000
One thing that stood out for me was the Weight: 8.6 oz
Double what I assumed it would be
But then that explains why it needs fly fast.
|Jan 17, 2015, 10:51 PM|
Yes. It was sold under at least 3 different name brands. I have the actual ArtTech named one. It is a great looking plane. I have never flown mine although it is set up to fly. It is extremely heavy for its size and I knew that it would have to be flown at fairly high speed to keep it airborne. Landing this plane successfully without damage would be a challenge. I believe there was a thread few years ago on it although I couldn't find it after a brief search. The landing gear seemed to be the weak point if I remember some of the posts. It does make a good looking static model. I may try to fly it some day but for right now, I have enough other airplanes to fly. It is certainly not a typical light weight, easy to fly micro.
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