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Conversion to RC

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Stephen Jones24/05/2018 23:12:34
2475 forum posts
1444 photos

Hi Guys,

Just an observation by me,

The Black body and wings are heavier and stronger / less flexible than the others.

So in my opinion make up a Black Glider.

mk2 finished.jpg


Speedster31/05/2018 18:12:45
346 forum posts
156 photos

More Lidl

David Ovenden31/05/2018 19:42:11
312 forum posts
12 photos

Now here's a thing. Got two of these, intending to convert to rc. However, the grandchildren have had such fun using them as intended (chuck gliders) that I have given them both gliders to keep. Bought a HK Super Kinetic for myself instead!

Edited By David Ovenden on 31/05/2018 19:42:54

Martian02/06/2018 16:01:24
1815 forum posts
857 photos

The flitetest guys are doing the same thing with a Wal-Mart glider

Martin McIntosh02/06/2018 19:03:53
2421 forum posts
935 photos

You could try Laser Engines. I use an M10 sleeve nut from them, but APC `E` are a far better bet than using i/c props.

Soren Nielsen13/06/2018 07:38:35
1 forum posts
For some reason I grabbed a handfull for my kids and then I see this. So are these a beginner friendly option? Or should I get a starter kit with an engine? Of the shown conversions which are the easier to fly?
Best regards
Soeren N
Yeah but from Sealand

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