Yeah a .32 makes this plane into a winged ROCKET.
- I found that the canopy was EXTREMEMLY thin on the newer versions and mine arrived cracked in multiple places due to shipment.
I applied tape on the outside and glassed the inside of the canopy.
I then repainted the outside after light sanding, and it looks great now, and is much sturdier.
- The gear tend to push back on rough landings, enlargening the anti-torque hole, causing slop in the wheels.
I bent some music wire and soldered it to the existing gear to form a support "arm" at 90 degrees to prevent this from happening.
- The fuel tank MUST be installed facing FORWARD.
- The rearward facing engine makes dealing with mufflers a bit awkwards.
Here is what I did in the larger .50 Falcon/Bobcat...
I doubt that you can do the same on the .25. On mine I used a GMS engine I had and I left the muffler as it came.