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Another Great addition to Legacy Aviation, The Little Foot!

Discussion in 'SupaTim's NorthWestRC.com' started by Bipenut53, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. I saw this little plane on my visit at NorthWestRC. What a neat airplane!! It can fly slow and mellow like a trainer and cut loose like the best of them.
    Inspired by bushplanes that fly into the wilderness around the world, Littlefoot is a parkflyer capable of these extreme STOL maneuvers. Easy and gentle when you want, Littlefoot loves to fly lazy circles a few inchess off the deck and shoot flaps-down touch-and-goes all day. Fully aerobatic, Littlefoot can use its unlimited vertical capability to give thrilling fun-fly performance, and then do the same zero-rollout precision landings as its full-scale counterparts.

    You can find it and all the accessories at NorthWestRC.com

    Here is a video of SupaTim flying the Little Foot

  2. wfahey415

    wfahey415 3DRCF Moderator

    Lemme guess. It is electric. :scaredchair:
  3. Yes and problem is????:banghead:
  4. wfahey415

    wfahey415 3DRCF Moderator

    Too quiet.
  5. Lol, I think I heard they are redesigning the original Big Foot..... And yes gas powered... It should be interesting......

  6. wfahey415

    wfahey415 3DRCF Moderator

    I'll elbow my way to the front of the line for a redesigned black Big Foot.
  7. wfahey415

    wfahey415 3DRCF Moderator

    Truth is, I really don't mind electric and I admit there are several advantages to electric planes. I guess I just have that Tim Allen part of me that wants to hear a gas engine fire up and then grunt loudly as I advance the throttle!

  8. Lol yep, I always said there's nothing like the smell of glow fuel in the morning!

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