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Bixler 3 PNP or kit

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Applewood18/06/2015 19:06:29
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Im quite keen on the hobbyking bixler3.

Am I better sticking with stock kit with the PNP or get the kit and order electronics separately?

Initially it would be used as a learning platform after my delta ray. I may attach my gopro on in the future.

Any advice or recommendations would be appreciated.

Applewood

gliggsy18/06/2015 19:17:03
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Pnp and save money....simple...glyn

Applewood18/06/2015 23:19:45
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Yes your probably right. I'm up to page 78 on a bixler 3 forum post (different forum), every page seems to have more than one different combination of motor, esc, prop, even thrust angle. Issues with the stock elevtronics. To be honest its all putting me off a little.

Might go back to my Wot 4 foam-e idea. Anyway I'm enjoying the investigation.

Dave Hopkin18/06/2015 23:26:12
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Ahhh you reading what the septics say.....

The out of the box Bixler 3 is a pleasure to fly, it really doesn't need anything doing to it apart from not fitting the wheels and a tad of nose weight.......

vic evans 119/06/2015 08:12:57
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I bought a Bixler 2 pnp plus a kit for spares as my first 'plane 2 years ago. I've never needed the kit as apart from a slightly retroussé nose it's survived all the damage I could mete out. I fly it regularly & it's still got all of the original servos. motor & ESC. I've now got 4 'planes but it's still my favourite.

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