- One with the main tube shortened by the width of two fin roots and with the same fin dimensions (3" root, 5" span).
- One with the same length tube (22") but with the fins oriented the opposite way (5" x 3" - a longer root and less span).
- Possibly others based on the flight test results.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
KenKzak made some suggestions in a comment to my previous Whirlygig-38 post so I decided to try some variations of my original 24mm version. I want to fly: