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    Thumbs up My experiences with Witch Wilga

    Flyingthinz witch Wilga is a real show stopper at the various local rc picnics I attend.
    Here are a few things I have discovered.
    1. You will need all the power a .60 can generate because it is a very draggy design.
    2. Get some altitude before turning because it will lose altitude during a turn.
    3. It is not very well at handling crosswind landing or takeoff. Best to go into the wind. I prefer to hand launch mine.
    4. Climbing and descending is best done with throttle
    5. Due to the short moment between engine and witch body, I use a removal (for flight) steel cross rod to keep the witch from moving during start-up.
    6. Cushion landing with power. It will not glide and drops down hard with no power.
    7. Use PayPal of you are going to get it from Flyingthinz (That is a whole other issue.)
    Hope you found this of some value

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    I found the "Snoopy's Flying Doghouse" to handle just about the same , best have LOTS 'o power to drag that puppy though the skies !


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