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Old 01-06-2015, 02:25 AM
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xmech2k
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I think that varies greatly depending on the plane and person. I guess my thought is that 4 channels can respond quicker, so as long as you have a good grasp of what your doing, that's good. But a newb with orientation control issues could just get himself in trouble faster. I guess the answer would be yes, 4ch is easier to fly, if you pretty much know how to fly. Not a great answer, huh?

But if you're thinking of going from that SuperCub to an Apprentice, I think it's a great progression. If anything, the SAFE and AS3X may actually be overkill in the Apprentice if you're really good on that Cub already.
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