Originally Posted by Greywing
+1 on that JG. This thread has provided a forum on many interesting and useful experiments some of which clearly improve the performance of the Radian.
So you admit that some experiments do not improve the performance. I certainly agree with you _ _ _ +1 LOL
There are some posters that feel that they must pontificate about why these modifications do or don't work.
Many readers which includes participants in the forum are interested to understand the reasons why some experiments are beneficial and some are not.
I would recommend to those who feel obliged to provide their theory on these changes move to the appropriate thread on modeling science
and discuss it to their hearts content with the experts,
No one is obliged to provide theory but it is often useful to assure that the readers are not misled by as you wrote below "amateurs to our toys".
i.e. leave us amateurs to our toys and the fun they provide us.
The man difference between an amateur and a professional is that the amaterur is not sure of what results to expect while the professional knows what to expect.
Many kit manuals clearly show that our models are not toys and give good advice for safe handling and avoidance of potential damage to property and serious injuries to people; even depth. That is good advice to all fliers.
Have your fun in a safe environment.
The more anyone knows about their models, how they fly, how to control them , makes better/safer pilots.