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    Non-functional Rudders on Bobcat 50


    Whom out there has built the Bobcat 50 with non-functioning rudders? If so, any regrets or does it really make a difference. I know it would affect knife-edge flight but, does this airplane knife-edge worth a flip anyway?

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    RE: Non-functional Rudders on Bobcat 50

    I haven't built it without the rudders... but I think they are useful.

    I even put the rudder servos on the small 25 size falcon and I was glad I did.

    ( That little plane with the right electric motor is a great flyer. )

    While the plane pulls in a knife edge, it will hold it with the rudders.

    There is an art . . . to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.


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