E-Flite Odyssey EP
Just picked up the Horizon Hobby Odyssey,
it was a snap to build, I used a speed controller
w/ a Bec I had laying around instead of the servo actuated switch which would have required an additional battery pack for the RX and servos, and a couple of mini servos I picked up at last years WRAM show. they provided an adapter plate for the
servos if you are not us
the plane has a speed 550 and a folding prop already installed in the polyprop fuselage,
the wing and tail feathers are built up balsa, with 2 metal wing joiners. Just be careful you
don't crush the wing when you slide them together.
My question is has anyone flown this plane?
and how does it fly?
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