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Old 03-12-2012, 07:50 PM
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Default Sport Flying The Extreme Flight Extra EXP

Sport pilots for too long have been scared off from trying a lot of good aerobatic planes because they were told those planes were "too hot" for them, or "you can't handle that plane."

I am here to tell you right here and right now, you can. You can do it, and it is not even that hard.

If you can fly a Park Zone T28 or something similar, you can adjust the set up on many different extreme aerobatics capable planes and turn them into really sweet sport planes. This article is aimed at you T28 pilots, and other pilots like you who are learning aerobatics, are finding the T28 a bit too easy, and want to fly something a bit more capable. You need a new challenge, and this is it.




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I can relate to that ! I just flew my Edge 540 today and it's a sweet flying ,very smooth and tracks solid .It can be a twister and a flopper but on normal it is a very fine flyer. Love It !!!!
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I tried to eliminate the rate switch as much as possible for this porject. A lot of sport fliers simply don't want that crazy 3D rate, and they will never use it anyway. By reducing the throw mechanically, you can use a higher rate ad still not have too much throw, and also not compromise your servo resolution. The servos travel their full range, and you get a smooth, progressive movement. The 30% expo just makes it smooth like butter.

We will be doing a sport set up artice sometime late spring or summer with the new [link=http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1609303]Extreme Flight Pantera[/link].


This is such a sexy looking plane that I think just about every sport pilot is going to want one. Thew prototype is in a very Thunderbirds style of scheme, and while I don't know any7thing official, I am hoping it will also be available in a Thunderbirds style scheme. Either way, I will have one for extreme aerobatics, and another set up for a sport report. stay tunes, or follow my blow...... [link=http://docaustinextreme.blogspot.com/]Extreme Aviation[/link]



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