|Sep 04, 2012, 10:40 PM|
Thanks for the props on the metal panels. That was another step like fabricating the skids. When you haven't done something before, coming up with the method takes longer than actually doing it. Now I've acquired another tool in my technique box. This model is providing a lot of opportunities for that.
|Dec 12, 2014, 05:42 AM|
Joined Sep 2001
There is only one place to get these plans, from me. It is a relatively simple build, but remember that there are no instructions so you need some building experience. It shouldn't be difficult to fly, but is by no means a trainer. How much building and flying have you done?
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