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Sig Ryan STA-how does it fly?

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Old 01-26-2014, 03:33 PM
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Default Sig Ryan STA-how does it fly?

Does anyone have experience with the flying characteristics? Also, what power choice did you use?
Thanks for any info
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Old 01-31-2014, 02:08 AM
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I've never owned one, but know guys who have. It flies like any other constant chord, low wing sport plane. No bad habits. If you scale it out then it will take off and land at higher speeds but still very reasonable. You'll like the plane. Don't worry about how it flies.
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Thanks for that. I already started. What I have is plans and the instruction book - no "box of wood". So I will be cutting my own parts as I go along. Takes a bit longer but very satisfying.
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You will want to check out this excellent build then and if you have any questions VJ will be more than happy to answer. Sig Ryan STA I was fortunate enough to see this work of art in person.
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