Re: G powered R/c glider

I'm in Canada, and lots of farm land here. The motors are home-made. I would
like to do a piggyback type R/C glider.
> > I will be flying it on a G-75 core burner. I was actually thinking of buying
> > a suitable foam glider, reinforcing it and convert it for R/C flight. >
> Just a reminder that a G75 is an HPR motor in spite of it being a G. THus it
> requires L1 certification, huge safe distances, and a larger field than a
> regular G motor. Ditto for the G33.
>
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