|May 17, 2011, 11:45 PM|
What do you do with a foam glider, a model rocket tube, and a 50mm EDF?
Make a powered Frankenglider! After the photo was taken, I relocated the EDF below the tail boom, because the thrust was causing a pitch-down moment. It has since been maidened - a very stable flier, had no problems with winds, and it drifts and settles down with no power, rather than glides. I just added a functioning rudder tonight.
|May 19, 2011, 09:37 AM|
funny, I was thinking of doing the same thing with an old Sig 2M glider I have laying around. only difference is I was thinking 64mm with a small 3S pack.
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