|Oct 11, 2014, 02:50 AM|
Nice plain, but I have to sell one of mine. I have a second one...
New, assembled, never flown... in Connecticut
|Oct 11, 2014, 10:43 AM|
I thought I saw a post here of someone claiming they were able to knife edge their Hadron. I'd sure be interested in their technique. I have many, many flights on numerous Hadrons I've owned and I've never been able to knife edge mine.
I've tried it rudder only. Thrust vectoring only. Both rudder and thrust vectoring and for me it is just aerodynamically impossible. Once you throw the low wing forward it just looses balance and wants to tuck and tumble.
So I'd be interested in your setup and technique. I think knife edging this plane would look super cool.
I'd also be interested in other maneuvers people have been able to come up with other than flat spinning which quite honestly has run it's course.
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