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The Tiny Tim motor installation detail shows right thrust and the landing gear installed.


A Venom 70 mAh 1S LiPo battery powers the Tiny Tim and is held in place with blue painter’s tape.


Because of the little airplane’s size, I find it advisable to keep it in fairly close. It’s pretty quick, so my flights usually involve lots of turns. After you get a little stick time, you’ll find from level flight that full up-elevator and full rudder will produce the cutest little snap rolls. If you take it up a little higher, try a spin!


a good amount of power in. You will discover that Tiny Tim flies best if you keep its speed up. Finally, trim it for level flight. Get the feel of your


18 PARK PILOT [Summer 2018]


airplane by trying a few turns. Go easy with the controls. Remember, sometimes less is more. It’s fun to fly, isn’t it?


Stuff happens pretty fast with this little airplane. Try not to overcontrol during your recovery, but should things ever get out of control and you suddenly find yourself heading into the turf, fear not. Simply cut the power and hang on. Tiny Tim is quite resilient! I have yet to break anything, including my propeller. As I noted, it simply bounces on grass. When it’s time to land, decrease the throttle slightly to start your decent. Remember, Tiny Tim isn’t much of a glider anymore. During your approach, keep your speed up and use power to adjust your height. Just before touchdown, start your flair and then chop the throttle all the way off. Down and done. How fun was that?


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