Originally Posted by Runnikee
This goes back to what has been talked about on the other (mean) thread about this plane. Maybe the AnyLink technology still has some bugs in it? I mean, if Bill Gates can't get things right on the first shot still, what makes people think Great Planes will get it right on the first try?
I use the same TX and Anylink with the Fokker Dr-1 with no problems at all. But while that sort of rules out the actual Anylink box, but not the RX in the F-86.
I'm convincing myself that it's more than just my flying, or the planes balance or the wind causing this problem.
Now on the good note there wasn't a whole lot of damage to the plane even with 4 force landings/crashes on her..
Someone was asking about the wind,, keep in mind that between F-86 flights I was flying the Champ and the Fokker Dr-1. So if it was flyable for me with those two I would think that the F-86 shouldn't have any problem wind wise.