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Old 05-06-2017, 04:20 AM
SoCal Perky
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Smile MiniBipe

I'm new to the hobby and wanted to get a small Bi-Plane to buzz around with and the MiniBipe fills the bill rather nicely. You can fly is nice and slow like a trainer or crank up the throttle and do some loops on a dime. I got the plane and the power package with it, which was matched pretty nice. It was a fast build and went together easily. I'm using a 3 cell 25-40C Nano tech 460mAh battery and it has more than enough power for the plane, maybe a bit too much though. I'm using the prop from the power kit and it has no lack of pull when you goose the throttle. Until I can put a watt meter on it, I reduced the throttle setting on the transmitter to 70% and the bipe still scoots pretty fast and can do loops on a dime.

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