Thursday, May 22, 2014

Shinto from Aer-o-tec

The shinto is the new F3B/F3F flagship of Aerotec (germany) for 2014. It has been designed by Stefan Eider in collaboration with Max Steidle. The manufacturing is done by the well known Vladimir Model. Philippe Lanes, my team mates, received on of the first exemplar, and used it sucessfully during the first french league contest in Panat and also in La Muela. It is not necessary to say that the moulding quality is just awesome, using the latest fabric development like the carboline. Acording to Philippe, the plane is very easy, light and nervous on the ailerons, and as soon as it gets its speed is very foregiving and difficult to slow down. You can find more information about the shinto on Aerotec's website and also on Vladimir's website

Below is a video filmed during our team practice in S├ęderon in the Southern Alps.

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