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Radio Control Airplanes - Aerobatic
No strings attached ... Hands-on flying with your feet on the ground
Aerobatics is what many model builders aspire to do with their airplanes and this is one area of flying RC that really got my attention. My interest began the day I first saw someone fly a proper Pattern Aerobatic airplane some years ago at the local flying field. I was amazed that a airplane could fly so straight and stable. Since that time I have held an interest in building and flying airplanes of this type because these planes are superb performers.
Bridi XLT
Bridi XLT
Sig Kougar
Sig Kougar
Sig Kobra
Sig Kobra
Super Lucky Fly II
Super Lucky Fly II
The plan is to start from the beginning but, becuase I have built lots of other airplanes, I am beyond the beginner stage of building. I am no where near the advanced flyer stage though so that's why I'm flying my Q500 Sport. I have to develop my flying skills to a point where I will be ready to fly an airplane in the Aerobatic class. In this section I will review the building of a Super Lucky Fly II as well as a Hanno Prettner Calypso among other airplanes. In the future I will outline the building of a Bridi XLT, So stay tuned.

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This is a great place to start if you're new to the hobby and just as valuable if you've been at it for years.


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