p51funfighter
I was just ordering parts for all my new planes and the Hobby King orange Rx 3-axis are the only thing on back order. Who took all them? I'll bet it was Dave or Scott for the new V3s they are working on.
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F1wanabe
Some JrK took them. :-P

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p51funfighter

Have you used the jrx? I haven't. Don't know if its worth the wait.
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Grey
Personally I'm not a fan of gyros in general. I like to get my planes stalled and drifting and gyros aren't too happy with that sort of behaviour .

That being said I tried out one of those Orange RX thingies and it's surprisingly good for the price. I borrowed it from a friend to try one out and it's convinced me to pick up a couple to make some planes for flying in windy conditions.
May all your crashes be spectacular!
Planes: RCPowers X-31EB V1, F-18EB V1, F-35EB V1, F-22EB V1 x 2, T-50 V1, EzFly Bomber (e-foamy.com), FunFighter 600mm F-4u Corsair, Mig 29 V2, Mig 29 v1.
Currently working on: Mig 29 v3, F-22 v3 To Do list: Rodrigo's OV10 Bronco; I swear I will get there one day .
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p51funfighter
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Personally I'm not a fan of gyros in general. I like to get my planes stalled and drifting and gyros aren't too happy with that sort of behaviour .

That being said I tried out one of those Orange RX thingies and it's surprisingly good for the price. I borrowed it from a friend to try one out and it's convinced me to pick up a couple to make some planes for flying in windy conditions.

Thats what I wanted it for. In Ohio we have maybe 60 to 70 good fly days it seem like the rest are cold, rainy, or windy. I usually fly in the wind, but the landings can get rough. Can you turn the rates down for calm weather?
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