kjhsscioly wrote:It doesn't say wood. You could theoretically make them from metal. But I think the purpose of the rule was mainly to prevent people from using commercially made stuff to get a perfect pitch matched on both sides.
illusionist wrote:Not to sound arrogant, but I've never built one from a kit. But I bought a kit for Wright Stuff last year, which taught me a lot toward building indoor duration models. Kit's do help, however students should take the experience and build their own helicopters.
illusionist wrote:Yup, I basically agree with everything above. I wish there was some way for Event Supervisors to know if it was a kit or custom-built....
BTW, what's a 'fail whale"?
lllazar wrote:We're testing tommorow and im estimating 2 minutes or so. Man i hope i medal.
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