Building, assembling, maintaining
and flying RC models Involves lots of small detail's and tricks that you learn
along he way, here is a small list of things you already know:
- Models are hand made and hand
made items are rarely ever perfect.
appreciate the high skill level and dedication it takes to build models for sale.
raise your flaps before you touch down. EVERY TIME!
if you pre tape the wing joint and lay new tape over that you will never pull
the paint or covering loose.
Wire must be clean to solder to.
need to be cycled and checked every other month. TX too!
charger has text!
is a difference between a landing and a crash.
program your TX and center all sub trims and flight modes before you start assembly.
drive flaps work great when you get the geometry correct.
sand the mold release out of the wing pocket before you glue the servos in place.
- You sand the servo
case before you epoxy them in.
put the wing joiner fully in the TIP first on 3-piece wings.
not a sin to sand your joiners to fit in the wings easily.
throws are just a starting guide. You define the finished throws.
- If it takes
a really long time and lots of glue to do something you are probably doing it
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listen to the guys doing it better than you are.
bends are Bad Ass! Use a Z bend pliers.
throws = slow race times.