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    Bigger wing span better?

    Ok I'm about to build me a high wing plane like a senior my question is the bigger the wing span the easier to fry? I know it being bigger is easier to see and would it handle better?

    thanks for all your input.
    Thanks, Wes

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    Yup, larger planes are almost always easier to fly - as long as they're built and balanced properly.
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