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Westland Lysander by Tony Nijhuis

Average Rating
No. of Reviews2
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colisace wrote on 01/01/2017:
LOOKS GREAT
Strengths: Appears to be well balanced and very strong.
Weaknesses: Spats
Overall: Looks so nice I have not flown it yet. Has been sitting on garage floor for 3 months waiting.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
0%
Value for money
100%
Overall
60%

Djay wrote on 09/01/2012:
DIFFERENT INTERESTING AIRCRAFT
Strengths: looks, very satisfying once built, not an ARTF, flies well
Weaknesses: flies fast due to thin wing, stalls to easily if turning and loose speed, abs wheel pants are a pain to assemble,
Overall: a very satisfying build due to an unusal subject, looks good in the air, must be buit using the forum here for advise and tips, powered mine with a 52 fs and covered in black solartex. very agile and responsive in flight, more a sport flyer than scale due to the thin long narrow wings, I need to try a more fwd C of G to tame it a bit.well worth building, even just to look at and not fly.
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
80%
Overall
60%

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