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A Beginner's Fuel Experience: Great Planes Ultra Sport 1000

Bricks

Well-known member
#21
You could increase the size of the rudder control surfice but then you will be introducing rudder yaw and roll, but you can compensate with aileron.

Being a pattern ship it can do all those maneuvers as is, except probably a flat spin..
 

Chuppster

Well-known member
#22
You could increase the size of the rudder control surfice but then you will be introducing rudder yaw and roll, but you can compensate with aileron.

Being a pattern ship it can do all those maneuvers as is, except probably a flat spin..

That's the thing, it won't flat spin! I love doing flatspins!
 
#23
Glow is awesome! (This is after spending the last 2 Saturdays fixing and attempting to fly one I crashed:cry:) A plane I would recommend for a first fuel plane is a Tower Uproar. It is great to go from foamboard planes. It has a large airfoil that slows down and lands extremely slow, but can speed up. It is small enough to not use that much fuel on a .40.