That's great of you. Most new pilots start using electric. Nitro prices are astronomical these days. I only keep one in my fleet which is the Hirobo Shuttle Plus 550.
No problem. I'm using the RimFire 50cc on it and here's what their website says about the prop so I'm using the same prop as the first version.That's great of you. Most new pilots start using electric. Nitro prices are astronomical these days. I only keep one in my fleet which is the Hirobo Shuttle Plus 550.
The sound profile that's on it now is what I'll be using on the release plane I think it's the closest sound RF has to what's in the video. The one I used to use is real quiet but then you can hardly hear the plane and an engine guy needs to hear something. I've been thinking I might do a fun fly plane next and it will be an EP. Maybe something like this but an EP version.nice sounds will that be with the final bipe stik ep?
Yeah I'm an engine guy too. But now since you've flown it you can "hear" what I mean about the motor sound on the Das Bipe Stick EP being close to the sound of the one in the video. Like I said I used to use another EP sound profile that was very quiet but I changed to the one on the Das Bipe Stick EP so you can at least hear it flying and I like the high pitched prop sound. If you want try out my Stagger Sport EP for more very zippy electric sound on a very responsive plane.there's certainly nothing wrong that I can notice with the electric motor on it now. I just now imported it finally and I'm flying it around now. woohoo! I guess I can warm up to electric.
it looks like... an aircraft of some sort!