I much prefer working with fiberglass than paper tubes. It is sturdier, handles fast landings better than paper and balsa, is much easier to finish, and handles hangar rash from my son better. The only benefit to paper was flying cheaper motors, but these small Mach 1 kits fly good on BP motors.How do you find working with fiberglass relative to regular body tube? I've stayed away from fiberglass so far under the impression it is more difficult to work with.
It felt like it arced more cross wind to me, but wind was pretty calm at ground level. I flew a Wizard first on an A8-3 that went up dead straight and almost landed on the pad. I really didn't notice what the winds were doing higher up. In any case, the next flight will be with a composite motor. A D13-7W reload should be a nice flight at this park.Looks more like a weathercock than anything else.
From video it arced into the wind rather than instability
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