Originally Posted by jeffpn
Your conclusions are a bit misleading. Maybe the RF Cub was based on a Cub with a more powerful engine. Maybe the AeroFly Cub was designed after a model heavier than yours. Both could be accurate. A Piper Cub is a rather popular model, and many many variations exist. And I bet every kit recommends multiple engine sizes for its own plane, too. The 3 sims you mentioned all have physics that are user definable. You could make any of those sims fly accurately.
I respect your opinion. I want the opinion from the rc pilot and their experiences. I know the sims can be modified and also the planes. My point is how the plane is similar to the simulator on their factory settings. Not a critique to any simulator or any plane. I only have two planes and five simulators and use them all