|May 06, 2013, 08:19 AM|
I was fortunate enough to get a free plane from Flyrace so here's a little thread about it.
Fuselage length: 932mm(36.7in)
Flying Weight: 110-130g(with battery)
The build was really simple and the kit just slotted together with some glue and that was basically it.
My only dislike was the carbon not being the right length but was always more than needed, however as others have said, they would prefer the carbon being too long as you can always cut a bit off.
When I flew this for the first time I was quite shocked at how well it flew, no trim needed from the start and it just glided smoothly out of my hand. The turns were really neat. Inverted seemed a bit twitchy but I think that is because my battery was a little low on the fuse.
I'm extremely impressed by this plane, the kit came really nice made, the printing on the covering isn't the best but that's not something that worries me too much.
The way it flies more than makes up for the finish as it's so stable in the air.
I'd definitely recommend this plane to anyone who wants something smooth to fly and I even want to get a few other models from them if they all fly like this.
|May 06, 2013, 08:27 AM|
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