Flying my RMRC Recruit at the S. Dartmouth Field - Perfect Flight

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Flying my RMRC Recruit at the S. Dartmouth Field - Perfect Flight

Post by jerryn » Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:44 am

Hi Guys,

I really like my RMRC Recruit! Check out my latest flight. I coached my wife how to launch the Wing like a pro! Check out the climb rate, angle,
dive, and banked turns. I even nailed the landing! The wind shifted on me and this plane comes in for a landing pretty fast. I changed my landing approach and landed directly into the wind. The battery had 11.9 volts left so I can probably have flown a bit longer.

Here's the video:


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Re: Flying my RMRC Recruit at the S. Dartmouth Field - Perfect Flight

Post by admin » Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:52 pm

I am looking around the website tonight and watched your video here. The Runcam is a great camera. I have done the video many times with my Sig Kadet with just ruder and elevator. When I go up on low wind days I get a smooth basic flight when I turn the motor off. From what I see here you are under power the whole flight. The problem is it creates shakes in the video. I think I would install an automatic stabilizer on the plane. It will make the banks slower and smoother and the shakes almost disappear I believe. It is up to a persons taste here. I like filming. You may like the hot dogging more while filming. It becomes fliers choice here. Other than that well done and a good flight.
Bob Pacheco

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