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Old 06-03-2013, 02:57 PM   #1
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how durable is aerocell foam with carbon fiber reinforcement and what do you think about the acro wot mkii any input would greatly be appreciated
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I just got one of these and the plane feels really solid. I haven't maidened her yet as I only got her on Friday and I took my time with the assembly. Carbon fiber is good but any plane is gonna get hurt if you dork her in. I have two giipes with the plane, the first is that the tail wheel on mine is off center, but a needle nose and a regular set of pliers will fix that. The second is that Hobbico insists on using their "Super Tiger" connector on their ESC so the batteries you have will not be usable unless you replace the connectors. Luckily, Tower Hobbies sells a Super Tiger to Dean's adapter. I have one I bought for my Flyzone F4U Corsair and it works great. Other than that, it's a great looking plane and goes together easily.
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I just got one of these and the plane feels really solid. I haven't maidened her yet as I only got her on Friday and I took my time with the assembly. Carbon fiber is good but any plane is gonna get hurt if you dork her in. I have two giipes with the plane, the first is that the tail wheel on mine is off center, but a needle nose and a regular set of pliers will fix that. The second is that Hobbico insists on using their "Super Tiger" connector on their ESC so the batteries you have will not be usable unless you replace the connectors. Luckily, Tower Hobbies sells a Super Tiger to Dean's adapter. I have one I bought for my Flyzone F4U Corsair and it works great. Other than that, it's a great looking plane and goes together easily.
Let me know howvit flys, thanks for your input it is appreciated
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