|10-25-2004, 01:30 PM||#1|
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I am: Claude P.
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: NorthEast BC
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Nemesis 3D - for indoor flying.
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I have all my onboard gear, but am still struggling with chosing an airframe. I am coming to despise the foam things. They may fly OK but they look like crap. I want something classier and wish to build something out of balsa or composite materials. Anyone got plans to share?
Any comments out there on this Nemesis plane? Would it be good for indoor?
|11-01-2004, 03:09 AM||#3|
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I am: Moe N.
Join Date: Mar 2004
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Sorry, but well, I kinda like Foamie's I've got over twenty Balsa planes but mostly the foamies and the spads seem to rack up my air time. The Balsa planes make me nervous, I worry about pranging them up to much and don't fly the more fun manuevres, even though the planes are perfectly capable.
I looked at the web page and the Nemesis 3D-II Aerobatic Parkflyer, looks like great little plane, kinda reminds me of a Katana in fact. I like the counter balanced control surfaces at the tail, too many flyers of this class of plane don't realize the ease with wich you can overpower micro servos in a shallow fast dive and this feature greatly reduces the effort required to move a control surface when you fly (too) fast. The other good speed controlling feature is the thick wing section, great for aerobatic flight. Lovely plane you should enjoy it .
Salutations from the Pacific North WET!
S.P.A.D.s, Fibreglas & Balsa EDF's, Foamies, Brushless powered and nitro balsa planes, they're all in my hanger, just don't explain what it all means to the mrs, eh?
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