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Looks good, seems strange you have not used the RDS, I thought it came supplied with that model.Scott r
and basically say a normal linkage is better than the supplied RDS
The crossfire rds that I had was really only fit for the bin. So normal linkage would defiantly of been the better option. Not saying there is anything wrong with the model or the suppliers. But with a model at that Money you would expect to be able to use the supplied hardware. Hopefully its been addressed to the manufactures now.
Ah I see, just seems a shame you buy a model with RDS then dont fit it, and basically say a normal linkage is better than the supplied RDS,I think these look cool if I wasnt going RDS.
- somebody should tell the Emporer he has no clothes.
Go on Tony. Tell them where those quality pushrods come from!Z
laminating epoxy thickened with colloidal silica works best for me.
Flat field spot landing lots of crow may be useful, but on a slope lots can get you into trouble.I don't build for 90 degree flap, probably closer to 55 degrees, also up going flap (aileron) throw can be significantly less than the aileron throws.Typically my models only have a small amounts of up flap available.