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Sport Cub S BNF with SAFE® Technology

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avtur02/02/2015 21:47:25
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Recently bought one of these ... I'm a fan of HH range.

This Cub is potentially a great beginners/fun model (Champ with ailerons), if bought as the RFT version then it'll work great out of the box.

However if bought as 'BNF' the set up process with a transmitter is perhaps a little demanding; especially if bought with a separate transmitter; which might be the case for a forward thinking beginner.

The 'SAFE' system requires use of a 3 position switch, fine if binding to a new DX6, but more difficult if binding to a DX6i where the three positions can only come from using two a combination of the additional channel switches.

To be honest I haven't flown it yet, but I've had a chance to cycle though the 'SAFE' modes and see how they react.

The 'max' safe mode locks on to the orientation of the model at start up (pitch, roll and yaw), once in the air any deviation from the set up values results in the model will simply wanting to return to those values; to be honest ... very clever!

Edited By avtur on 02/02/2015 21:49:17

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