Dynam A-10 Pushrod Set
Dynam A-10 Pushrod Set - DY-AT-009
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Pretty good plane with that wicked profile
Overall it's a pretty good plane. Using the recommended CG it's really nose heavy. After trimming it out in level flight to try and land it she floats pretty good at about 1/4 throttle. I ended up putting the battery after far back as I could hit it. Pretty much tucked under where the fuse at the 2nd foam rib/support. 2nd launch with the CG about mid wing it flew great. Lots of power; however, I did notice A LOT of wing flex up when during a low pass and pulling up. Researching on RC groups lots of guys talked about the same thing. I ended up putting 2 CF straps in the wing to take out the flex. Granted all wings flex some, but just stagnant holding it 3 inches from the wing tips you can see the flex. I did contact Dynam and they told me they had an issue with molding the wings. I know right thanks for telling us. I told them they needed more wing stiffening. After crashing and jacking up a wing really bad, I found out there is only a small plastic "spar" that runs just from the wingtip and stops just past the MLG wheel wells. That's why the wing fleas so much. As to rates, she will react fast so if you don't like a twitchy plane set your Exposure and shallow up the control surfaces until u out get use to it. Taking off, she does like a good run before it gets up. Crazy thing is when landing if you have a bit of head wing she will float and with no need (not balloon, but slow flying) to nose down other than to land. Over all it a good intermediate plane in my point of view. It all fits together pretty tight. When flying it does have a little of the famous turbo fan engine sound too which it pretty cool. Clear skies and smooth air y'all