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Old Jun 13, 2010, 12:00 AM
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Question: Honey Bee FPv2 or Honey Bee CP3?


I own several co-axials, and a mSR. I have hundreds of hours on 2 different simulators. I am trying to decide on a Honey Bee FPv2 or Honey Bee CP3. how much harder would a CP3 be over a FPv2? also is a CP3 as durable as the FBv2?
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Old Jun 13, 2010, 01:09 AM
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I own several co-axials, and a mSR. I have hundreds of hours on 2 different simulators. I am trying to decide on a Honey Bee FPv2 or Honey Bee CP3. how much harder would a CP3 be over a FPv2? also is a CP3 as durable as the FBv2?
The CP3 is not any harder, but it's a good deal less durable. The settings on the stock nonprogrammable Tx may be way too aggressive, as well.
Old Jun 13, 2010, 04:17 PM
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CP3 is a more capable flyer in more conditions, but if you smack it it takes more to put it back together than FP2. It's still nowhere near as complex a rebuild as a 450, so it's a good bridge.

See also 'stock TX' above. I immediately replaced the CP2 radioset with programmable.


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