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Old Oct 01, 2012, 02:10 AM
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Hi, iwchris.

She is really beautiful in the air and soars pretty well for a 2 meter scale foamy. However, there is a bit of work involved in getting the best out of the airframe. It's not terribly hard or expensive to get dialed in but I do not consider it ready to fly out of the box. The ailerons in particular leave much to be desired and I did have to change a servo, due to poor centering, before I even flew it. All that being said; i really do enjoy flying her. Feel free to ask any questions you may have.

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Thanks Peter, I don't mind having to do a bit to a model of this type, I have ST Model Blaze and have done quite a bit to that over two years of flying, guess I will asking a few questions on the ASW when I get it.
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