15th June 2009, 03:17 PM
Fishhead speaks the truth! But you should not wreck one.
I have cloned 2. I had to build the 2nd one because the first one glided away after years of nice flights!
2 important points for the Mach 10.
1. DON'T seal the wings. just a light coat of paint is all.
2. You have to launch it at a 60 deg angle, with the cockpit pointing up. The instructions show this, but I think this is probably overlooked. The small elevator gives the Mach 10 a nose up force causing an arcing boost. You have to think of it more as a rocket boosted aircraft than a rocket glider.
Also a B4-2 is the motor to use. If properly trimmed it will glide a long way.