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    Electrifly Super Sportster RXR

    Purchased the new Super Sportster RXR , and it is a really nice flyer .
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXAVPG&P=ML

    I belive it is a replacement for the Mini Super Sportster no longer in production . This is a improvement over the three that I have had .
    This new Super Sportster only needs a receiver installed , and 4 screws and a bolt installed , and you are about ready to fly when the battery that you provide is charged .
    Very visable paint scheme , and can be flown fast , or at half throttle and still a areobatic plane .
    Manual states low rates and high rates , I had to use high rates on the rudder to be able to turn around on the pavement . And high rate on the stabilizer so I had enough to have some great flared landings . Maiden flight and the next flight had the best two smooth as glass landings that I had ever done .
    I am very happy with this new Super Sportster RXR , Electrifly has produced a great plane .

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    RE: Electrifly Super Sportster RXR

    I continue to enjoy flying this plane , and I have added some Hanger9 Ultratrim orange stripes to the wing bottom so I can see it better when flying .


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    RE: Electrifly Super Sportster RXR

    Used my SSrxr for my very first AP onboard videos
    Useing a Kodak Mini Video Camera taped into the canopy area overlooking the wing , while leaving the canopy OFF !
    Plane flys well with the camera at about the CG location , and flying with the canopy off did not cause any problems .
    Fun to do , and it gave me a aerial view of where I fly .

    enjoy the video , but turn the sound way down .

    http://youtu.be/uv3qf9VyEIQ


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