To make it easier for those constructing the StarSpectre, I chose to develop the airplane from the HyperSpectre, giving the two a high amount of commonality. The StarSpectre is yet another variation of the Spectre family.
TAA USAF Designation: A2-10
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Scissors (advanced models only)
Step 2: Length and Cover Folding
Step 3: More Cover Folding
Step 4: Airfoil Folding
Step 5: Landing Gear and Wing Folding
Now that that has been finished, pull the wingtips toward the wing root. Once you've done this on both sides, pull the wingtips back down to the creases you just made.
Step 6: Elevator Folding and Taping
Step 7: Flight
Like the popular Spectre, the StarSpectre is a great cruiser with great speed, range and stability. At launch, give it a swift launch at no more than 20 degrees nose up attitude, and no less than 20 degrees negative attitude. For best range performance, launch at a neutral attitude. Due to its equipped skids, the StarSpectre handles just as good on the ground as it does in the air. Potential addition control surfaces include slats, flaps, flaperons, elevons, elevators, ailerons, air brakes and rudders. Enjoy!