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E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

Old 07-26-2012, 09:28 PM
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Default E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

Hi Folks, can't seem to find a thread on the E-Flight Carbon Cub?

Has anyone got one how do they go, looking for a slow flying semi scale
smallish plane that can handle a bit of wind, like the idea of flaps as well.
Old 07-30-2012, 01:37 AM
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Default RE: E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

So has no one had one of these? Had a look at one in a shop couple of weeks back
looked okay for what I want, wouldn't mind hearing from someone who has flown one?

Thank you......
Old 07-30-2012, 03:44 AM
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Default RE: E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

I have one and it flies great. Put it on floats a few weeks ago and had a blast. There is a huge thread in the micro section on rcgroups.
Old 07-31-2012, 01:12 AM
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Default RE: E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

Thank you so much, wrong thread, I did try search but nothing came up?

Thanks again.......
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Default RE: E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

Here is the link for the thread.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1585631
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Default RE: E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

Yes, I waited for one for 8 months. When I got it thecontrol surfaces didnt work. Had to wait another 3 months before I got next one. It flies great . Easy to fly. But be careful on bumping this foamie. the tail is very fragile and crinkles easily. While the as3x technology claims you can fly it in a light wind, I wouldn't recommend it.
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Default RE: E-Flight Carbon Cub SS

I just got my replacment Carbon Cub today. The first one had non working elevator.
Took it out tonight and one of the alerons stopped working for a while, then the tail wheel came off and got lost for a while, and the landing gear fairings kept popping off. Glued the wheel keepers and fairings on and started over. I had to rebind it several times, but it flew ok.
I think they should be $99.00 and come with a tube of glue. Dennis

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