Thread Tools
Old Sep 28, 2010, 02:39 AM
ChuckTseeker is offline
Find More Posts by ChuckTseeker
Registered User
ChuckTseeker's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by Low&Slow View Post
Link seems not to work.
I tried to post the link, no good.
works ok for me

cheers chuck
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Sep 28, 2010, 02:48 AM
verticalspark is offline
Find More Posts by verticalspark
Aut Viam Inveniam Aut Faciam
verticalspark's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by Low&Slow View Post
Link seems not to work.
I tried to post the link, no good.
Works fine, just opens a pdf file not a webpage.
Old Sep 28, 2010, 04:26 AM
Astrowall is offline
Find More Posts by Astrowall
Andrew
Astrowall's Avatar
Here in South Australia Modelflight will be showing off the Radian Pro in the morning of the 3rd of October, at Victoria Park.
Old Sep 28, 2010, 09:53 AM
hugofly is offline
Find More Posts by hugofly
Registered User
Link is working if you click on it. If you copy and paste it, it won't work, because it doesn't display the full link.

Anyway, I skim read through the manual, hoping that they talk a bit about flying the Radian Pro, similar to the whole write up that they included in the Radian manual, but there's nothing in this one. I know, there's enough information on the web about how to fly a aileron/flap/rudder/elevator glider, but it would have been nice if they would have done a Radian-Pro-customer-writeup. The manual says that the flaps on this plane are mainly used to slow down the plane for landing, but it doesn't talk about camber settings (how many mm deflection is recommended on this plane, etc.), nor do they say what a recommended setup on the DX7 or 9303/9503 looks like. After all, a bunch of Radian folks (like me) who have never flown any other glider (like me) will step up from the Radian to the Radian Pro (like me) and would like to know what the recommended setup is.
Old Sep 28, 2010, 01:16 PM
thesteam is offline
Find More Posts by thesteam
The SteamRoller
Quote:
Originally Posted by hugofly View Post
Link is working if you click on it. If you copy and paste it, it won't work, because it doesn't display the full link.

Anyway, I skim read through the manual, hoping that they talk a bit about flying the Radian Pro, similar to the whole write up that they included in the Radian manual, but there's nothing in this one. I know, there's enough information on the web about how to fly a aileron/flap/rudder/elevator glider, but it would have been nice if they would have done a Radian-Pro-customer-writeup. The manual says that the flaps on this plane are mainly used to slow down the plane for landing, but it doesn't talk about camber settings (how many mm deflection is recommended on this plane, etc.), nor do they say what a recommended setup on the DX7 or 9303/9503 looks like. After all, a bunch of Radian folks (like me) who have never flown any other glider (like me) will step up from the Radian to the Radian Pro (like me) and would like to know what the recommended setup is.
Good point/idea
Old Sep 28, 2010, 03:02 PM
Mattfly is offline
Find More Posts by Mattfly
Mattfly's Avatar
We will have radio setups on the product page for the Radian Pro by the time it ships. We will try to cover as many radio setups as possible.

Thanks

Matt Andren
Parkzone/Hobbyzone Product Development
Horizon Hobby
Site Sponsor
Old Sep 28, 2010, 03:06 PM
Old Fart is offline
Find More Posts by Old Fart
Lost at LAX
Old Fart's Avatar
Just do the 9303 Matt, no one needs anything else. These are not the droids you're looking for.....
Old Sep 28, 2010, 03:08 PM
Bowerz is offline
Find More Posts by Bowerz
Once crash at a time
Bowerz's Avatar
the 6i and The 8 are the 2 main ones
Old Sep 28, 2010, 03:09 PM
Paul Naton is offline
Find More Posts by Paul Naton
Paul Naton's Avatar

RC Radio Network Giving Away Radian Pro


The RC Radio Network is giving away a Radian Pro this month.

Here is the link to the contest rules. You can enter by either donating money to the station, or by sending in an entry.

http://www.rcradionetwork.com/forums...giveaway-rules

I'll be the special guest on the RC Radio Network weekly RC show airing live TONIGHT at 8:30 Eastern time, 9-28-10.

Go to the Radio Show page to listen live, (click the 'Listen' button on the main page) or get the show as a podcast the next day.

Main web page: http://rcradionetwork.com/index.php
Show Information: http://www.rcradionetwork.com/forums...carbon-and-art

I'll be talking about my new Soaring Master Class 3 training DVD, gliders, HLG's (Host Cliff Whitney is an HLG nut) and god knows what else. (maybe even the Radian Pro)

The show is a bit free-form, so it should be interesting.

Paul Naton
http://radiocarbonart.com/
The Best Instructional Glider DVDs Available
Site Sponsor
Old Sep 28, 2010, 05:29 PM
F-86FLIER4LIFE is offline
Find More Posts by F-86FLIER4LIFE
Landin' On The Canopy BAD
F-86FLIER4LIFE's Avatar
subscribed
Old Sep 28, 2010, 08:32 PM
FlyFisch is offline
Find More Posts by FlyFisch
Just do it.
FlyFisch's Avatar
Pre-ordered mine.
Old Sep 28, 2010, 08:51 PM
F-111 John is offline
Find More Posts by F-111 John
R.I.P, Aardvark.
F-111 John's Avatar
In case anybody is interested in pre-ordering for $20 off the bind-and-fly, or $14.80 off the plug-and-play, plus free shipping: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show....php?t=1313124
Old Sep 28, 2010, 09:02 PM
tclaridge is offline
Find More Posts by tclaridge
Registered User
I have flown for years in scale and competition aerobatics, and the Radian is one of my favorite "relax" planes. Can't wait to get the Pro.
Last edited by tclaridge; Sep 28, 2010 at 09:25 PM.
Old Sep 29, 2010, 12:20 AM
aeajr is offline
Find More Posts by aeajr
Proud member of LISF and ESL
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mattfly View Post
We will have radio setups on the product page for the Radian Pro by the time it ships. We will try to cover as many radio setups as possible.

Thanks

Matt Andren
Parkzone/Hobbyzone Product Development
Horizon Hobby
I would suggest that you do the entire Spektrum and JR line.

DX6i - whatever would be recommended with that
DX7 - we presume it can do more.
DX8 - should be able to do more or at least do easier
JR9303/9503 - Can do anything your little heart desires.
Old Sep 29, 2010, 04:42 AM
ChuckTseeker is offline
Find More Posts by ChuckTseeker
Registered User
ChuckTseeker's Avatar
Pre ordered my Radian Pro PnP for $229 Aud which i thought was again reasonable, if i could have afforded it i would of bought the BnF at $309 again a good price seeing as you get a batt and AR600 for $80 more than the PnP

i have a spare AR6200 from a project i haven't started yet and have plenty of batteries ( & Chargers ) and also still wanting to get the Beast the PnP will see me right

roll on the end of October

cheers chuck


Thread Tools

Similar Threads
Category Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Discussion Radian Pro, rumours, leaks and new info! Bowerz Electric Sailplanes 27 Nov 23, 2010 03:18 PM
For Sale Parkzone Radian PNP like new with batt $125 jzanutto Aircraft - Electric - Airplanes (FS/W) 5 Sep 28, 2010 03:25 PM
Discussion ParkZone's P-51 Gunfighter Discussion Thread [NOT the PZ P-51 Complaints Thread] dabesq Electric Warbirds 184 Jan 19, 2010 11:21 AM
Discussion Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post Discussion Large Cabin Cruser buil Jolly Roger 1 Scale Boats 0 Jan 06, 2010 12:43 PM
Wanted Multiplex EasyGlider Pro/Cularis PNP/BNF or Parkzone Radian Sid3ways Aircraft - Sailplanes (FS/W) 6 Jul 21, 2009 09:36 PM