With its pleasant handling and excellent performance, the Multiplex Solius offers tremendous soaring pleasure for everyone from the weekend flier to the professional pilot. This over-achieving sailplane is perfect for flat-land and slope sites alike, delivering long soaring flights and lively aerobatics. The Solius features a t-tail, detailed cockpit, clear canopy and numerous innovative Elapor® foam construction details, setting entirely new standards for this class of model. Flown with electric power or as a pure sailplane from high start to aerotow, it is the perfect glider for all.
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|Apr 23, 2013, 06:36 PM|
USA, AZ, Mesa
Joined Oct 2004
Looks great, but the earliest arrival according to both Horizon and Great Planes is the end of April, which although it is fast approaching, I do not have a great deal of confidence in those forecasts, witness the Carbon Cub and ASK-21 situation.
I will have one as soon as the shop where I work gets them in, looking forward to seeing it, but not holding my breath! I love the MPX quality and attention to detail, I have flown their stuff for years and love it.
|Apr 25, 2013, 08:49 AM|
To be sold in the USA, from Tower Hobbies (late April, early May)
Rx Ready ($360)
|May 08, 2013, 04:01 AM|
|Jul 27, 2013, 03:54 AM|
United Kingdom, Glos
Joined Feb 2009
The one at our club seems to thermal very well with power off. I suppose that's a bit difficult to video thought!
It does fly a lot faster than the Radian series or the Easy Glider but can hold a tight turn very well in a thermal, but even with out power it can move between thermals a brisk pace.
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