Samuel Hayden: I know this was kind of a long video, but I wish you had gone on to do the wings. What do you think about putting a Zip tie around the center of the wing tube to show where the center is and keep it from being pushed into one wing more than the other?
Philippe Giboulot: Hi Pete,
Can you ask your marketing dpt about exporting straight from China to Europe, or have a European hub like another known chinese company ? Nowadays importing from the US has become a major issue (headache, time delay, and import duty). Price becomes double (transportation plus taxes) ...
Kusang Tobdhen: Am i gona get the locking things after the instalment of proppeler? If I order a new proppeler ?
TmarTn mart: I do rubber bond jets but I love rc that's where I'm heading is that a good trainer?
Alejandro Gutierrez Longa: Hi there, just one question before buying it! with stock motor and esc can handle a 4s 3500mah battery?
mentuemhet: You lost me at EPO. EPP is a stronger material. Use that instead.
Paul Rude: can i high start it? or pull it with a tow plane? i really want this, looks really nice!
Jeremy Parsons: hope you learned how to use the flaps. it really help to land
.: that plane is more than 4x the size of my plane
Fernando Castro: Pete. the gyro bs2x 2 axis comes with the instructions, thanks.
Steve Fassler: My RTF Super Sky Surfer was advertised as 95% assembled, yet I had to add all of the control horns, decals, and glue the fuse together. After crashing it a few times, I decided to do a land take off (as opposed to hand launching). The plane nosed into the ground everytime. And The CG was correct. After looking at the way the motor was mounted, I determined that there was too much down thrust, so I split the fuse and that is when I noticed there was no glue holding it together.
Trevor Heath: do you have a build video for the Easy Trainer 1280? I can't seem to find one here.
timw1959: Should the flaps be used for take off?
timw1959: My Hawk Sky is on it's last leg as I used it to learn so it has taken a beating,tops of trees,clipping a branch,nose down landings and all.lol
timw1959: I have ordered the RTF Super Sky Surfer and am waiting now for UPS to get moving.Does the plane do rolls,Loops,inverted,ect.??And what should I buy as extra equipment like the prop,battery,ect.?
RIDERZcouk: Continued from below
Other than that I love this plane, it flies fantastic, the supply to the UK from BH was great
BUT ! please don't gloss over what the plane needs, be honest about it instead and you'll get loads more respect from buyers
FYI mine runs on a 5000mah 3S right up in the nose, everything is standard and she balances perfectly
As one of the first owners/pilots of one of these I'd highly recommend it
RIDERZcouk: @ BH
Seriously ? mark the centre of the spar,come on fella, you know it's just going to get pushed inside when you put the second wing half on, wooden dowling down inside the tubes to stop it work great and are light and cheap and easy to find
The cut out for the flap servos is wrong as they reversed them like you do with aileron cutouts and then went and mechanically reverses the servo internally, that's not easy to find a replacement for and will need a new servo recess cutting out
RIDERZcouk: @ thejackmanone
Ardupilot Mega 2.5 (APM 2.5) or RVOSD with waypoints unlocked (if your outside of the USA/Canada
thejackmanone: opps i relized that the wookong is for multi rotors any thing out there like it for this style aircraft i like the OSD, waypoint auto pilot, stability, as well as the return to home feature. yes i am getting the s800 in the near future.
thejackmanone: i would also like to put in a naza or wookong-m with gps
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