|Jul 06, 2012, 03:49 PM|
Joined May 2012
2nd plane - FMS P-51 Mustang v2
I just wondered what you guys thought of this as my 2nd plane.
I'm confident with my SuperCub and flown alot of different aileron planes on Phoenix and happy with that.
I'm considering either this >>> http://www.totemhobbies.co.uk/produc...ry-red-v2.aspx
or the NEW Parkzone Corsair BNF when it comes out.
Are they comparable, quality and flying wise?
Thanks in advance
|Jul 06, 2012, 05:45 PM|
Joined Sep 2009
The mustang generally isn't a great first aileron plane. The newer corsair is heavier and has a more powerful motor on it so I don't think that would be good either. Have you considered adding ailerons to your super cub? If you have the DSM2 version you should be able to do it without changing any electronics out. Here's a guide on how to do that (the brushless motor upgrade is optional).
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