I being flying one for awhile now.
Here is the sum total:
>>It's not worth the effort.<<
It's too small. They should have
made it 15-20 % larger.
I fly mine with a Mag Mayhem DD 8x 5 , 8x 2400 and a Astro 05 9x4 on 10x 1250
If only feels right when flown
fast, and for flown fast, it gets
to small, too fast. This just ruins
Also, the battery access hatch is ok,
but just a tad angled wrong so it's
a pain to get the packs in.
And it hates wind!
If compared to a Cavazos CSD Vortex,
the Vortex wins hands down. The Vortex
grooves, handles wind,but you need to add
I've flown my plane many times with S600 7,2V motor and 8 cells. This is enough power to get the feeling of how it flies. Has been damaged 3 times and are now ready for the slope. No more power in this one. I have the same opinion as Andreas. A bit too small, a bit too heavy and only suited for fast flying.
The battery compartment is made in a way that makes it very difficult to correct the CG if the motor is too heavy.
But looks very nice and it's no problem to get it in the air. It is a bit more difficult to get it down in one piece.
Some pictures and a video at http://home.online.no/~valsaker
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