|Dec 12, 2001, 10:49 AM|
staten island new york
Joined Sep 1999
Wierd Sky Wizard Pusher
Check out the Sky Wizard at EAM http://www.eam.net/plug&fun.htm
Note the pusher motor is skewed at a severe angle. The only reason I can figure to is to counter act the p-factor.
So why not with the Push-e-Cat?
Hey Darwin are ya out there?
|Dec 12, 2001, 01:59 PM|
Joined Jul 2001
The thrust angle is set at the factory and it is pronounced. However, the plane flies wonderfully and is easy to handle. I have a review coming out soon.
|Dec 12, 2001, 07:37 PM|
Yes. I have flown the Sky Wizard too. It does fly very well, and yes the motor does have a lot of thrust. Airplane flies very straight hands off, so they got it just right.
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