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Old 11-29-2011, 10:54 PM   #1
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Old 11-29-2011, 11:00 PM   #2
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Re: 100cc bipes all with flying wires?

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Why can't these biplanes not have plug in / flying tails?
Every one seems to be on the oldMidwest trick with flat tails and flying wires.

is there a design thing I'm missing? or since there are no full size with it, you won't see a model with a flying tail?

I wanted a Beast sooo bad, but hate flying wires even more. Having an option with a plug in flying tail and not needing to setup the flying wires every time I go to field would be a good benefit..

Any insight would be appreciated. I didn't want to design and scratch build one...... but I really want a biplane LOL

Thanks in advance
Check out aeroworks. Their Ultimate has no wires, anywhere.
The tail section, horizontal stab and rudder section are airfoiled, not flat.
The horizontal stabs are removable.
They are pretty much the only company that doesn't have flying wires.
Almost all bipes have flat tail surfaces. Aeroworks went outside the box and it worked.
I had the 50cc Ultimate a couple years ago. Fantastic flying plane
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