Originally Posted by fhhuber506771
I have had good results with the Blue Arrow receiver.
You have to remember that it is a single conversion, short range receiver and can have interference issues when flying close to other transmitters. Generally keeping thge model 20 ft or more from other people's transmitters prevents the close range interference issues.
It has plenty of range for a true park flyer... that means a small model that you won't even think of flying more than 300 ft from yourself.
The ESky servos that come with the HoneyBee CP2 and HoneyBee FP helis are OK. I have other cheaper ESky servos which you will not want. The bad ones are SLOW taking appx 1 second for full travel. That makes them useful only for actuating lights or something that is not a flight control.
Thanx for the feedback fhhuber
hmm, i didnt' know about the 300ft range limitation on the Blue Arrow Rx. think i'll skip on it since I ultimately plan to make my SlowStick/Wing Dragon into aerial video platforms.
may i know which model of the Esky servos comes with the HoneyBee CP2? is it the same one as in the link in my post?