|Mar 30, 2010, 02:49 PM|
New design with amazing crash resistance
Last Saturday I designed and built a plane with crash resistance. That was actually my primary goal in the building. I have now tested this on at least 12 various crashes with no damage.
Check it out in the following thread:
|Mar 31, 2010, 01:37 AM|
Easystar. Hands down, the most durable beginnr plane you'll find. Forget the Supercub in terms of crash survivability. While it is a beautiful airplane to learn on, every time you crash nose first you end up replacing the gearbox or bending something. Having the motor on the back is a lifesaver, model saver and money saver.
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