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Two challenge suggestions

#1
First, "miniature reno air races" using park scale or UM p-51s, Josh v. Josh, of course!
Second, a high-wind challege - what's the smallest plane you can fly on a very windy day?
 
#4
with the HK 160 mah batteries my brother and I flew our ember 2's in 10-12 mph wind, well mostly it was more like a slightly controllable kite.
 

colorex

Rotor Riot!
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#7
Rc Me, You can edit your posts to prevent threads from getting cluttery. Click on "edit" right beside "reply"

Just an idea, not complaining :)
 

pgerts

Old age member
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#11
Perhaps something like this?

The tiny black plane flew circles around the big IMAC-model. The prop is a 3*3. only 1 aile to save... The plane is made of sanded down depron totally covered with fiber glass.
 

ananas1301

Crazy flyer/crasher :D
#14
Why does it only have one aileron?
I know that in theory it should work as there is nothing really that wouldn´t make it possible for a plane to fly with one aileron.

Is it due to the laziness during building it or because you wanted to save weight?
I have never seen it before and it looks kinda weird.
 

Klonas

Senior Member
#16
Why does it only have one aileron?
I know that in theory it should work as there is nothing really that wouldn´t make it possible for a plane to fly with one aileron.

Is it due to the laziness during building it or because you wanted to save weight?
I have never seen it before and it looks kinda weird.
Yes, but also I guess it would have more drag on one side when using aileron so it would also act as left rudder.