Originally Posted by Dejavu*Xion
I have only had about 6-7 planes in the past. So I'm by no means a plane guru. But my take on arf's is it usually takes about 7-12 hours to get one built and flying capable. PNP & RTF are pre built with electronics included and set in place. Arfs are not. Hence the Rhapy kit only costing $160. The more i go thru this kit the more I'm finding i need to buy on the side. All said & done looks to be about $500.
So hows it going with your new Nano ? are you flipping around in your living room yet or keeping it simple at this point ? I bet those make for some great trainers. Much better then a boring Sim. lol
Settings for your new styrker: it's a very popular plane. Have you checked for a thread on it in the plane forums ? ( I'm sure you have
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Anyways the nano is cool. I'm traumatized from trying to flip the mcpx, so for now I'm just getting used to it. I like the smaller size though. The battery charger charges at 2c, so I might start using my mcpx charger set to 1c to lengthen battery life. But then again batts are only $5ea.
I real quick looked for um stryker settings here and google but didn't find it right away. I have to spend some time with that. I have the file from spektrum on my pc but I don't know where my sd reader is to transfer it to my tx. But looking at the manual, the high and low rates seemed opposite... I have to do some research before I attempt it and screw a servo up or something. How could throws for a big plane be the same as a micro?
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