without the fan & ESC..
|Chris Barlow||18/07/2015 16:53:46|
1904 forum posts
Managed to pick up the kit version for £32 from Hobbyking, cut the tail to make a rudder and left out the fan/ESC.
Took it out today to throw it off a hill. Needs a lot more ballast but was flying quite nicely.
Just one question though. Is it better to close off the air intakes to divert the air around them or leave them open to let the air pass straight through?
|708 forum posts|
I use one as a slope soarer as well. I have left mine open . Fly's very well and cheap too
|Andy Meade||20/07/2015 14:54:21|
2808 forum posts
Chris - you could always cling-film them over and try it with and without on a day's flying. For an aircraft that small, I'd blank them off, personally.
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