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Kyosho Calmato 40 Sport

Manufacturer: Kyosho

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No. of Reviews3
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Capt Kremen wrote on 09/05/2019:
GREAT SPORT LOW-WINGER
Strengths: One of the few ARTF trike u/c low wingers available. Flight performance very good - All basic sports flier manoeuvres easily achieved. It Looks neat too!
Weaknesses: The awful printed covering - Just looking at it puts a hole in it! Trim covering comes away very easily too. Canopy is very thin, don't try holding/steadying the model by it. Usual cheap/down to a price rather than up to a quality clevis, horns, wheels. Pilot figure too small and poorly painted.
Overall: Despite the niggles, a great sports hack, low-winger. Fly it on 5 cell LiPo for best performance and flight duration. Needs a little bit of nose weight even with a 'beefy' 40-46 size brushless motor.
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
80%
Overall
60%

Futaba T10J

Manufacturer: Futaba

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No. of Reviews1
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Bill Smout wrote on 16/04/2019:
WELL WORTH THE MONEY
Strengths: very reliable
Weaknesses: none
Overall: excellent TX have used it for the last three years, with no problems.
Ease of assembly
0%
Build quality
0%
Flight performance
0%
Value for money
80%
Overall
20%

Acromaster Pro

Manufacturer: Multiplex

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No. of Reviews1
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Capt Kremen wrote on 28/02/2019:
QUICK QUALITY AEROBATICS
Strengths: Typical well thought out Multiplex (Elapor) foamy aerobatic model.
Weaknesses: Why Multiplex still persist with using foam spinners which rarely run true and balanced. U/C mounting??? Time will tell whether this and the small spats can withstand the rigours of 'sports/club' field flying. Expensive - Vinyl Decal decal sheet is extra!
Overall: Always wanted a MPX 'Acromaster'. As is common with most foam models, the production run ceased and the 1st edition disappeared from the model shop shelves. Now re-released (with improvements they say?), the latest version comes almost ready to fly. Just add your Rx, apply decals or paint decorate to your preferences. So far, impressions are favourable. Will update after more air-time under the 'Acromaster' wings!
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
60%
Overall
80%

Multiplex TwinStar II (2005 onwards)

Manufacturer: Multiplex

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Average Rating
No. of Reviews18
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aidan mcatamney wrote on 29/10/2018:
FANTASTIC PLANE
Strengths: Very stable in flight. Loads of power with brushless motors. Long flight times with 3s 3900 mah lipo batery. Elapor foam is a good strong material and this plane should provide many years of fun and enjoyment to its owner. It also looks so majestic in flight. To add some strength to the belly of the Twinstar, i ran a broad strip of clear weave tape right along the bottom for all those landings.
Weaknesses: None found.
Overall: I would highly recommend this plane. Ive been flying model aircraft since 1986 and this is my third Twinstar since the year 2002. Its the brushless version and its become my favourite electric plane to fly.
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
100%

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