|May 10, 2006, 09:31 AM|
Which 60" EPP Racer?
I know this must have been asked many times before, but what are some good 60" EPP Racers? I like wings, but is there a good (strong) conventional plane out there?
I've seen LEG's 60" One D, but was wondering if there are others out there.
-- Acer (who's just getting into this sloping thing )
|May 10, 2006, 11:21 AM|
Here at CaliforniaSailplanes (.com) we carry both the Redback from Australia and the Banshee from here in the US.
The Redback is a good all-round plane and has had some good success in 60" and the Banshee is more a high performace only plane.
We have videos of both on our site.
I fly both, but my Banshee is extra heavy so I only use it for high wind or DS days. Several local fliers have thought my Redback was a moldie in the air.
|May 10, 2006, 03:24 PM|
I'm a NCFM M60 man myself www.northcountyflyingmachines.com .Also check out their new 60" half pipe.
The Australian S-15 looks good www.wowings.com and the new PMP Rampage has been doing OK here in the UK. www.phoenixmp.com .
Here's a link to a recent thread with tons of info and not a little biased opinion and mutual slagging off. All in good humour of course!
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