|Jan 14, 2002, 04:05 AM|
I have a wattage B-2 that I gave up on ( didn't fly too good)
a while back a go. the instuctions said that it could be used as a slope glider. I wanted to Know if any body out there used it as such and how well did it fly as a slope glider.
|Jan 14, 2002, 09:04 PM|
The Wattage B-2 with a single GWS motor (no gearbox) set up Zagi style with a 4.5 x 2 prop reversed is a real blast to fly. I use a 6 cell 280 mah NiMH and get 10 minutes flying at a great speed - just right for park flying. CG is about 1/4 inch in front of recommended and its just a great flying little airplane that is very stable-well, pretty stable. Anyway, its fun to fly and capable of nice loops and rolls. Seal off the 2 motor holes with tape, make a simple conversion and go fly. Right now, I'm working on a 4 motor N-20 powered version and a version with 2 GWS EDF50s buried under the wing.
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