Topics in Category: Slope Soaring

Little V
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Topic started 26 Feb 2016 11:49 by ronstv
My next project is the "Little V" vtail 36" sloper. Has anyone seen or heard of one before. Lovely very easy to build slope soarer designed in 1969 by Lou Weihs. [attachment]
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Last Post by ronstv 04 Mar 2016 17:53
Hi Eric, Yes its got upthrust, i found that error out a long time ago with an amigo. it would dive when the throttle was opened. It has rubber wing seat tape on the bottom and is held on by elastic bands, I've never had this method move yet, its quite strong. The speed controller and lipo sit...
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Topic started 24 Jan 2011 04:46 by Eric
As it is my model, I'm getting in a plug for it! If you want a copy for your own use, drop me a line. £5 per cd, and before you say that's a rip-off, all profits go to my local cancer hospice - St Rocco's, which is entirely charity-funded. No you are NOT allowed to make copies, kits, or models, and...
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Last Post by Eric 17 Dec 2011 19:33
copies of plans - not a clue - several dozen. Where did the name come from - well, it looks like a Hawk, (if you need glasses), and I fly with the Rivington Soaring Association. Work it out for yourself, I'll send you a pencil, or a bit of sharpened dowel, if you need it! :P
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Topic started 09 Sep 2011 23:51 by Polyphilla
I've just found this old youtube video of our Mikey (admin) flying my SAS Wildthing at our local testing ground. This was when he'd first started flying & he'd only had a couple of flights on a buddy lead. I was up flying and this Wildthing whistled past my ear .... the little sod launched it from...
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