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Old Oct 18, 2006, 09:34 PM
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I am glad someone else is with me on the frustration with the hardware. Once you get it assembled it seems to work ok but there are so many similar planes with better execution of the hardware. The shockflyer hardware is much better I think and allows some adjustability. I have not found the roll rate to be spectacular yet but am going to switch servos to get some more throw hopefully. I cut the elevator throws down a bunch and things are a bit better. At slow speeds such as a harrier 45+ degrees of deflection is not a problem but if you let it "get on the wing" with high rates on for just a second it becomes a roller coaster ride. Still waiting on the de novo to show up so I can try a bit lighter setup.
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