|Jul 22, 2010, 02:48 PM|
United States, NC, Randleman
Joined Jan 2007
New parkzone plane Stinson Reliant
I saw this today.
Parkzone Stinson Reliant
I have to admit this caught me by suprise.
What do you guys think.
|Jul 22, 2010, 04:06 PM|
Joined Jun 2010
Meh. Not a particularly exciting plane, with a fairly bland color scheme. I've seen some in blue/yellow that looks much more interesting. I think I'd get the eflite l6 first.
|Jul 22, 2010, 09:24 PM|
Joined Jun 2010
I like it!
Mainly a glider guy but this will be perfect for when I fly with my electric power buddys. Do you know if they will offer it as a plug in play? Switched to a Airtronics SD10-G . Do have a DX5e that I kept for my Ember 2 & Vapor but I would want to have the flap option in play (at least 3 position) and don't want to buy another transmitter.
Thanks for the head up!
|Jul 23, 2010, 09:34 AM|
You must purchase another servo to make the flaps operational.
The pushrods are included with the airplane.
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