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IMAC Jtec/Radiowave G 202

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale Scratch and Kit Build Threads' started by jtec/radiowave, Jan 14, 2017.

   
  1. We have been working on a new Giles 202 and finally got a chance to test fly it last week after the snow melted. Kevin did most of the design work. I did most of the building and Jason did most of the flying. Jason said if Clover Creek or the Shootout were a week from now he wouldn't hesitate to fly it.

    Here's a couple pictures
     

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  2. Really like what you guys have been coming up with. Really interested in hearing the comparison between this and the MX2. Got rather a lot of builds to clear for other people but am rather keen on doing a full build for my next 40% plane.
     
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  3. I always liked the Giles, probably because it's just a little different than an Extra or an Edge.

    Future kit offer?
     
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  4. The kit is ready and we will get it listed on the website this week with more info. We needed to fly it before listing it. it really flew well!

    123" wingspan
    46%

    Al
     
  5. Between myself and Jason Shulman we really could not feel much of a difference between the Giles and the MX2 which to be honest was a bit of a surprise to us. While I have always been a fan of the G202 I will admit that I did expect it to be not quite as good as the MX2 because of the difference in the wing. I know after 5 flights Jason could not decide which he would like better. The other surprise was the mixing, the MX had 0% left and 1% right rudder to aileron and Giles has 1% both ways.

    My biggest problem is going to be what scheme to use on my new Giles!
     
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