Thanks A lot Greg it is good to know that i have invested in a solid kit.I have a lot of confidence in all of the Freedom Flight products. This years WS airplane is based on
last years nationals winning airplane, with 2010 rules changes incorporated. I have every reason to
believe that this kit will produce 3 minute flights in 30 foot gyms, and close to 4 minutes in 70 foot
venues (such as the Illinois State field house). I coach, but I also fly the same designs that my
students fly, in order to learn the airplanes flight characteristics. All of the kits that are available
are good. Which one is best is hard to determine. Obviously, a good design that is poorly built,
will not fly as well as poor design that is properly built. Read and follow the instructions. Build the airplane as carefully as you can. Trim the airplane for flight, as close to the instructions as you can.
If you are having flight problems ask for help. Try to find someone locally who has indoor free
flight experience, or post your questions here. Good Luck, and let us know how successful you were.
Where do you get 40 seconds longer than last year with the new specs? For same height, I don't expect that much change for same level of trim.I don't actually have a flight trouble, but i figured that this would be the place to ask why my plane under this years rules is going for 40 seconds longer (on average) than my best flight last year?
Good time!It was 2:50 in a 22' gym (on my third flight) as compared to last year having a best flight of 2:10 in a 30' gym.
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