Avistar 40

Discussion in 'RC Aircraft & Watercraft' started by DrewD06, Jun 12, 2003.

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  1. DrewD06

    DrewD06 New Member

    Hey everyone. I'm new to R/C flying and and was wondering about the decoration on the plane. On the top of the plane the decoration is the same but on the bottom one wing has stripes on it and the other doesn't. Is it suppose to be like this?
  2. rollintoybox

    rollintoybox New Member

    yes for orintation reasons.to let you know if you are verted or inverted. trust the bottom colors
  3. Fastsky

    Fastsky Member

    Yellow on the wing also the easiest color to see if the sun is out. If its really cloudy then even bright colors don't seem to make any difference.
  4. 2phat4u

    2phat4u New Member

    That is a very good question! It is made that way for a reason, As stated in the earlier reply to your post it is for orientation purposes, if your flying your plane the stripes and designs help you know which way your plane is flying, in which direction and in what attitude (upside down or right side up). This is the reason for the patterns and stripes! Hope this helps. :)
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