|Dec 02, 2014, 07:47 PM|
United States, CA, Huntington Beach
Joined Jan 2014
Free wing F9 Panther
Hello all. Any tips fo the Free wing F9 Panther. Just got my kit from Motion RC (great company!) and waiting for some dry weather for the maiden.
Previous posts have mentioned the wide range of CG, any thoughts.
I purchased the landing gear, in hopes of avoiding the hand launch problems.
I plan on using a 11.1v 3cel, 2200 mah 25c battery on the stock motor/fan set up.
Any thoughts or comments are welcomed.
|Dec 03, 2014, 03:54 PM|
Joined Jan 2014
Hi Jack, welcome to the family! Here is a very extensive thread about the F9 Panther with lots of tips from pilots over the years, before and after we began carrying it. The Panther is a proven and popular aircraft, a simple easy flyer, in my experience.
The Admiral 3s 2200 is a snug fit with the nose gear installed, but shoved all the way forward it flies great for me.
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