|Yako Canard in Flight|
Flying the Yako canard was not too much different than more conventional model airplanes other than the rubber had to be wound the opposite direction for the propeller pushing in the rear and the positions of your hands were reversed when launching the model. The performance of the plane appeared to be as good as conventional plane of similiar specifications.
|Flying Electric RC Wright Flyer|
I have also built a foam plate and plastic straw glider that flies pretty well. For a future build I have a larger P30 class rubber model canard kit to build. Always so much to try, not enough time. Short video of Yako flying below needed some adjustments as it was stalling: