|Jan 15, 2014, 06:25 AM|
Dear Thomas Ekdahl, firstly, I apologize for the inconvenience that you and other customers experience because of the lack of the manual, but I am trying to do my best to finish it and to make available online. I do send draft versions to everyone who asks it from me. I would like to let you know that the last e-mail I got from you was on the 17th of November 2012. I double check that. If you still need any information, please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Dansy, you are right – I really get lots of e-mails every day and I try to answer as more as possible. Moreover, there is an official DonatasDesign email where all questions regarding kits, information related to them should be sent. Those e-mail are answered 100% (I even have a person who helps me to do that). And yes, there might be such situation that I do not answer if I get questions on Facebook, Linkedin, sms or personal e-mail… but it is not done on purpose.
DonatasDesign is a young brand and I am trying to do my best in order to make good models, to increase the number of RC family. All comments are appreciated – they help to improve our products and marketing policy.
P.S: Slightly updated manual of Spies can be found here:
P.P.S: Again if you have questions about Spies setup or building, please post them here I will try to answer them asap.
|Apr 02, 2014, 04:31 PM|
I have couple of photos of my Spies at the RC Album server http://www.rcalbum.cz/model/7151-spies.html (by the way, I find RC Album a very handy service, where you can upload pics of your model, its technical data and have people evaluate it and post comments, I think it's available also in English version).
It flies great, I even dared to sign up for a local competition, and ended 12th out of 14 in the RCEA category (not because of the plane but of head, hands, and absolute lack of time
The brakes on the elevator are no more there, the plane was a bit "over-braked", so I cut them off and it flies better. Senior modelers also told me the brakes on ailerons should not be close to the fuse (as I have them) but on the sides, to to disturb the airflow to the tail ... well, I'll do this on the next indoor plane.
|Apr 02, 2014, 04:40 PM|
Nice looking plane!! Yes, those brakes on the wings are really limiting airflow to the tail. They would work much better near the location that Donatas suggested them to be. The brakes on the elevator look good though!
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