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Aug 23, 2012, 10:27 AM
ICrashRCs
Well that's a tough question.
It's slow capable but you won't be doing that for long. Way too much fun running and gunning with rolls, etc.
I glide it in to land with throttle off.
I would say a touch faster than you're Sukhoi is a safe minimum.
If you dial the rates way down, you can control it fairly easily.
It can turn super quick if you're not easy on the ails.

I can't even imagine this thing on 3s in a V2 model.
My V1 is fast as heck.
I'm assuming the extra power is for aerobatics.
Last edited by IFlyRCs; Aug 23, 2012 at 10:56 AM.
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Aug 23, 2012, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by IFlyRCs
Well that's a tough question.
I glide it in to land with throttle off.
If you've flown a HH micro, I would say a touch faster than a Trojan is a safe minimum.
If you dial the rates way down, you can control it fairly easily.
It can turn super quick if you're not easy on the ails.
That makes sense.

Thank you
Aug 23, 2012, 10:38 AM
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im going to dial down my elevator today until i can pull full back on it at speed without the plane wanting to spiral.
Aug 23, 2012, 03:40 PM
Low'n Slow is safest, right?
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Originally Posted by IFlyRCs
Well that's a tough question.
It's slow capable but you won't be doing that for long. Way too much fun running and gunning with rolls, etc.
I glide it in to land with throttle off.
I would say a touch faster than you're Sukhoi is a safe minimum.
If you dial the rates way down, you can control it fairly easily.
It can turn super quick if you're not easy on the ails.

I can't even imagine this thing on 3s in a V2 model.
My V1 is fast as heck.
I'm assuming the extra power is for aerobatics.
Well, don't turn your expectation up to high

Maidened my V2 today and flew it back to back with my V1.
No noticeable higher top speed, and the added weight just makes the V2 more brutal in the stalls. More wing rock in harriers, and needs to be landed at higher speed than the V1. On the positive side I like the newer color scheme better, and I get a bit longer flying time with V2.

I am seriously considering swapping the 2 cell motor and ESC over in the new body, like that setup better, and take the inevitable crash with the 3 cell setup in the old worn V1 airframe
Aug 23, 2012, 03:48 PM
Fly, crash, glue. Repeat.
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No noticeable higher top speed, and the added weight just makes the V2 more brutal in the stalls. More wing rock in harriers, and needs to be landed at higher speed than the V1.
As expected. This bird needs to be kept light. I think the Zippy 2s 350 batteries are the max. you want in them. As you keep piling on weight the flight characteristics take a dive.

Flown near stock weight and at correct CG it's fast but very stable and rolls and loops amazingly. Being virtually symmetrical it has zero self-righting tendencies, however.
Aug 23, 2012, 05:50 PM
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i have a really weird problem with this plane. When flying with high rates, when i pull back hard on the elevator at speed, the plane obviously goes up but it also wants to spiral. If i don't pull back as much, it doesn't spiral. The same thing happens on low rates?? I don't see the ailerons moving when i pull back hard when the plane is in my hand. I make sure I am pulling straight back when in flight as well.
Aug 23, 2012, 05:52 PM
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Originally Posted by KaiWE
Well, don't turn your expectation up to high

Maidened my V2 today and flew it back to back with my V1.
No noticeable higher top speed, and the added weight just makes the V2 more brutal in the stalls. More wing rock in harriers, and needs to be landed at higher speed than the V1. On the positive side I like the newer color scheme better, and I get a bit longer flying time with V2.

I am seriously considering swapping the 2 cell motor and ESC over in the new body, like that setup better, and take the inevitable crash with the 3 cell setup in the old worn V1 airframe
is the v2 airframe different?
Aug 23, 2012, 11:06 PM
ICrashRCs
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Originally Posted by KaiWE
Well, don't turn your expectation up to high

Maidened my V2 today and flew it back to back with my V1.
No noticeable higher top speed, and the added weight just makes the V2 more brutal in the stalls. More wing rock in harriers, and needs to be landed at higher speed than the V1. On the positive side I like the newer color scheme better, and I get a bit longer flying time with V2.

I am seriously considering swapping the 2 cell motor and ESC over in the new body, like that setup better, and take the inevitable crash with the 3 cell setup in the old worn V1 airframe
I don't mean to be rude but this info really makes me happy!
I'm thrilled with my V1 and was feeling the pain of just missing out on the V2.
Now I don't feel so bad about the whole deal.
It almost sounds like the V1 is a better overall plane.
Thanks!
Last edited by IFlyRCs; Aug 23, 2012 at 11:15 PM.
Aug 23, 2012, 11:11 PM
ICrashRCs
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Originally Posted by strykerf27q
i have a really weird problem with this plane. When flying with high rates, when i pull back hard on the elevator at speed, the plane obviously goes up but it also wants to spiral. If i don't pull back as much, it doesn't spiral. The same thing happens on low rates?? I don't see the ailerons moving when i pull back hard when the plane is in my hand. I make sure I am pulling straight back when in flight as well.
Every time you post about this you say "I pull back hard" on the elevator.
Stop doing that...

You have to limit travel with your low rates.
What do you have them on?
Keep going down until you can't do tight enough loops to suit you.
At that point if it's still spraling out, you have another issue perhaps.
Aug 24, 2012, 12:23 AM
Low'n Slow is safest, right?
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Originally Posted by strykerf27q
is the v2 airframe different?
Just the colors, all parts are interchangeable (and it comes in the V1 box with picture of a V1, just a small sticker to tell its V2 - and a V1 manual)
Aug 24, 2012, 12:28 AM
Low'n Slow is safest, right?
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I don't see the ailerons moving when i pull back hard when the plane is in my hand. I make sure I am pulling straight back when in flight as well.
It is not the ailerons - it is because you stall...
Aug 24, 2012, 12:30 AM
Low'n Slow is safest, right?
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Originally Posted by IFlyRCs
I don't mean to be rude but this info really makes me happy!
I'm thrilled with my V1 and was feeling the pain of just missing out on the V2.
Now I don't feel so bad about the whole deal.
It almost sounds like the V1 is a better overall plane.
Thanks!
Yep, I prefer the 2 cell version too - so the old motor/ESC is moving over in the new airframe
Aug 24, 2012, 08:20 AM
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Originally Posted by strykerf27q
i have a really weird problem with this plane. When flying with high rates, when i pull back hard on the elevator at speed, the plane obviously goes up but it also wants to spiral. If i don't pull back as much, it doesn't spiral. The same thing happens on low rates?? I don't see the ailerons moving when i pull back hard when the plane is in my hand. I make sure I am pulling straight back when in flight as well.
I have had this same issue on some light foamy aircraft. In each case it was the elevator twisting in the middle where the foam is thinnest, when in flight. Reinforcing this weak point with small music-wire taped in place solved the problem.
Aug 24, 2012, 09:04 AM
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Originally Posted by IFlyRCs
Every time you post about this you say "I pull back hard" on the elevator.
Stop doing that...
I was kinda thinking that, too.
Aug 24, 2012, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by CorvetteC5
I have had this same issue on some light foamy aircraft. In each case it was the elevator twisting in the middle where the foam is thinnest, when in flight. Reinforcing this weak point with small music-wire taped in place solved the problem.
Good call! I noticed my elevator was creased a bit but dident pay much attention to it. I will try to reinforce it to see what happens.


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