In this picture, one can see the scale of this Big Pig: above is sitting my MPX Acromaster... Karl first built this plane in 2metres span. I made a little Pig (1m60) and it flies more "nervous". The wing surface has to be big enough to float indeed. It's the inertia of the big ones.
We share this 'staight-ahead-design' on this forum, cause it's very 'Flite Test-esque'; hah. It gives inspiration, maybe a build-along... ?
Both Karl and I are flying at the WVLAC Moorsele; in the west side of Belgium. Before we heard of Flite Test, Karl has always brought the fun factor in our club. Even before brushless-and-Li-Po-days, he experimented with elektro and depron foam; the glorious days of Graupner Speed and Ni-Cd batteries... . The flying fun we already had at hot summer evenings...
yes,its not little,look picture from my friend Mr H, flaps are mixed with elevator, thats a little secret but works unbelivebel good,its like ,when things go good,landing on eggs without cleaning work.