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    AP Kwak-Kwak ... the fast Mighty Mini Duck



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    The AP Kwak-Kwak is pure fun! Here are some pictures of the maiden flight:















    Last edited by AircPirateNinsei; 04-04-2017 at 05:51 PM.
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    LOL! That looks great!
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    Ha, thats cool!

    How big is it and is it actually seaworthy (waterproof) yet?

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    I think so too! Let's see how it flies.

    The wingspan is 650 mm (25.59 in) and it is seaworthy. Most of the parts are equal like the parts of the Kwak.

    Our lake is thawing again, then I will test it.
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    That looks like fun!!
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    nice! looking forward to hearing about this one

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    What's not to like about your plane? All terrain and dual props in low breakage zone. Nice.
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    Nice!

    That looks sweet! Would you need the working rudder if you use differential thrust?

    I like it! Might need to buy some more small motors...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericemn View Post
    ... Would you need the working rudder if you use differential thrust? ...
    Not on the water. But in the air?
    I will try to fly only with differential thrust. Letīs see.
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    I added pictures of the maiden flight and the link to the DIY Plan to the first post.
    Last edited by AircPirateNinsei; 04-04-2017 at 04:41 PM.
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