Toot Sweet is very responsive, rolls are fast, and flick rolls even faster. Loops and bunts are smooth and easy; make the loops too tight, and she will try to screw out of them, but that's normal. Inverted flight is easily achieved, with hardly any down trim needed. A gentle squeeze on the stick does the trick, because any more will have her climbing.
There is one aerobatic manoeuvre in which Toot Sweet surpasses everything that I have ever flown. In knife-edge the model will follow the horizon with hardly any top rudder at all! Apply a touch too much top and she tries to do a knife-edge loop. Use a bigger engine, say a 48 Surpass or even a .52 FS, and she would almost certainly perform a knife-edge loop.
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Design: Peter Miller
Length: 990 mm
Wingspan: 914 mm
Wing area: 42dm2
All-up weight: 1871 g
Wing loading: 44g/dm2.
Rec'd engine range: 35 - .40 two-stroke, .40 - .48 four-stroke
Rec'd no. of channels: Four - ailerons, elevator, rudder, throttle