Thanks.I love it! The rear eject is a good idea for this one. And the canted motors should look cool during boost. Are those body tubes > 18", or is that just the camera angle that makes them look so long?
Thanks.Such gorgeous technique! I just dollop three tubes together with CA drops in front and at the rear centring ring. Hack in the motor mount and set with CA, plenty of surface area for strong bond. Fill gaps with thick CA or tacky glue and call it good.
Sound advice.The boosters act as plugs in the parachute bay? May want to temporarily tape or glue the parachute line to them so they don't get spit out into unknown dry brush
And less is good too. It's an exhibition, not a competition.Likely less; the OR model is not factoring in a number of really serious drag elements there...
It's a pig... I agree, but that's ok. It will either blow, or go, either way, it will be a spectacular flying pig.It's just a guess, I can't really give specifics without seeing the file to know how you did everything. But that is a very high drag design: the side tubes, the thick wings, and the canted motor tubes all add up.
It's not a bad thing, just an observation.