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spitfire2010 View Drop Down
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  Quote spitfire2010 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13/Jan/2012 at 8:26am
What about a mirage. Delta wing is really stable


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  Quote karoliinasalmin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13/Feb/2012 at 12:26am
I started from Jetiger:
Hobbyking Jetiger 64 mm EDF (delta)

It is relatively easy to fly when you remember to put the DR values in the radio rather low. If you have high rates on ailerons, it will probably crash if this is your first EDF jet. I would recommend putting the data rates low and to put also some expo (like 20%).

Then I went to Sportjet 70. I am flying this now to gain some experience.

After the Sportjet, I am going to try the 70mm fiberglass L39 (Hobby king/Prodesign L39)

I have also the Hobbyking 90mm fiberglass Viperjet under construction.. So after L39 no longer crashes, I will move to the Viper. Well I of course try to not to crash the L39. But lets see what happens.

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