Name is Brad and i am from Australia,
New to the sport of RC Planes, after much research i decided to buy a Hobbyzone Super Cub and been loving it, been flying now for just over a month and feel my skills developing more and more with each flight,
I have spent many hours on Phoenix Flight Sim and it has helped, I can fly with confidence knowing i have spent time trying to perfect it on the Sim with and without wind over and over,
First thing i did was purchase 2 additional batteries to allow more Air time,
I have adjusted my Control Horns to the most advanced i can and adjusted my servo's where needed, responds a lot quicker now and can turn pretty sharp when needed,
I love flying and cant wait for my skills to get better and better, my next upgrade is going to be Ailerons on the Cub, and cant wait,
Anyways, buy for now and enjoy your flying, i look forward to reading advise, tips and any form of help i can,
I am hoping this wind will go away soon i need to fly..
Hey guys, thank you all for your help and advice, been a long time since i was on here, couldn't remember my account/email.. but after much searching i found it,
Update on the Cub:
So i ended up doing the Aileron Mod around Christmas, loved it so much, had a blast, knife edging was so fun, learned a lot more and my skills developed, to the point of buying a new plane....
Stuart - I ended up going for the Parkzone VisionAire and am in love, awesome plane highly recommend it, so now i am onto the next stage in my RC journey and i am more addicted than before,
Ron Van Sommeren - WOW you sure have some fantastic info right there... i will be busy for weeks watching them if i havent already seen them on youtube, (countless hours spent researching and learning)
Biggles uk - I have seen this site and yes its very handy, by the way are you Karl? if so you seem to like my videos on youtube, lol
So again guys thank you for your help and advice and please have a laugh at my expense with the below video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVj907TdYiA