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Chippie
12-04-2006, 07:55 PM
Hey guys, i am looking at my second airplane these days and i found the super chipmunk from World Models. I have the radios needed to get going, and the skills to build it..but when it comes to flying, do you think i manage to fly it? i have quite alot of training on simulators and 3ch airplanes. So if i just find a place to get som spare parts to it, i think i'm going for it! anyone here got any good tips about it? ever flown it themselves or know anyone who has? i would appriciate it alot! thanks:)

P.S here's a link to the little beauty:eek: http://www.brentfordrc.co.uk/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=532

Chippie
01-10-2007, 09:38 PM
oookay, thanks for all the fantastic entusiasm, people! this is going to really take off. no, i'm sorry..just kidding! anyways, i took a chance and bought the little thing. It is now finished and looks great! really looking forward to some flying with this thing... if anybody wants i could get som images of it?

rcers
01-10-2007, 09:45 PM
I have not flown it but have flown the Goldberg Chippy. They are not great second airplanes.

Get a nice shoulder wing plane with ailerons and work on that for a bit - then go to that.

Mountain models Smooth E sport would be great:
http://www.mountainmodels.com/product_info.php?cPath=25_29_73&products_id=224

Then fly the chippy....They are a bit of a handful and you get to fly them ALL the time. You might even want to put a GWS or Alfa warbird inbetween the Smooth E and the Chippy!

Mike