Trainer one with X-twin electronics
Made the fuselage out of 6mm epp.
Used the trainer one plans for fuselage and stabs, got the wing off from some cheap rubber powered glider.
AUW with electronics is 22g, cant tell the other dimensions , except that the plan was on 1 A4 sheet.
Trimmed down the horizontal stabilizer a bit to make sharper turns. The thing doesn't handle wind very well, but indoors flys like a bird
only problem is that when turning, the plane tends to lose altitude a bit
The window tape is for rx covering and used for repairs :P
It's because of a hangar rash called "my sisters cat" And the plane has had some bumps to walls and concrete still flies
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