|Jun 07, 2005, 08:08 PM|
Joined Feb 2005
RFC: U-Can-Do 3D Flight-Flex EP ARF
Any thoughts on this plane?
I like it because of the foam-flex wing feature.
I am worried that it may be above my level, though they claim that it can fly really slow and withstand crashes.
I am relatively new to this hobby (this would be my third plane), therefore I value durability a lot. I currently own a Cox XB29 AirLifter, I love its durability but I cant stand its flaky radio. I also own an Aerobird, but I hate its durability (or lack thereof), though I understand I am in the minority on that.
|Jun 09, 2005, 09:17 AM|
Definately check this plane out. It flys pretty good on the stock motor, but flys great on a brushless and lipos.
As for that Cox Airlifter, I would suggest putting in a 3 channel system. I have this airframe set up with a variety of motors and they all fly great. I even have 6 sp 400's on one of them. Really looks cool in the air painted in cammo.
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