... the wings and struts installed. This is as close to an RTF as possible, with all the high end features you would ... HCAA6348 (LXZXL6) Hobbico Propeller MicroSuperCub
*HCAA6350 (LXZXM3) Hobbico ... HCAA6320 (LXZTM2) Hobbico Servo SuperCubRTF
*TACJ2402 Tactic TTX402 Micro Tactic 4 channel Tx
... Hobby Zone Mini SuperCub for a few weeks now, and having a BLAST. However it IS a "fast" plane (at least for me, having started with the ultra light / ultra slow AirHogs planes), and ... the Air Hogs type planes are out.
Is there a MICRO version of the SuperCub that still is easy to fly?
The SuperCub from ... control software, that constantly monitor the SuperCub's
pitch and position ... ensure smooth, steady flying. However, if the
SuperCub enters a dangerous ... prevent a crash while allowing you to regain control. Because the SuperCub combines 3-channel ...
A few months ago I got my first plane, a supercub and after crashing it a few times ... I'm going to get another planet. I'm thinking of either the T28 from Parkzone or another supercub. I would be buying BNF ... to control compared to the SuperCub, I think that the supercub would get a bit ...
... Micro F-27Q Stryker 180 BNF, designed by world ... flying sites super easy.
The UltraMicro F-27Q ... in the air to see what it (and myself) was capable of!
The ParkZoneUltraMicro F-27Q Stryker ... could be performed on an airplane that only weighs 2.55 oz. RTF!!!
The twin rudders and ailerons ...
... Cat BNF
|> Wingspan: |< 16.1 in.
|> Weight: |< 1.25 oz. (RTF)
|> Length: |< 15.4 in.
|> Servos: |< Spektrum ... aerobatic airplane making it a super fun airplane on many different levels. ... in you should be good to go. It just doesn't get any easier than that!!
!ParkZoneUltra-Micro Pole Cat ...
Just bought a new PZ ultra-micro j3 cub and was wondering if anybody could tell me the name of the battery connector type as i am looking to buy a few sockets on ebay to build a parallel charging circuit?
| ParkZoneUltraMicro T-28 Trojan BNF
| ... Trojan). It immediately became a hit as a non-standard warbird RTF plane in the RC world. I had the joy of ... afternoon I got the chance to fly right along with them with my brothers Parkzone Stryker. I held my own with their low- ...
... charger, included in RTF and BNF versions, along with four AA batteries.|<
|> Motor: ParkzoneUltra-Micro brushed motor
|> Manufacturer: ... ready-to-fly flavor, it will come with the traditional small transmitter found in most micro offerings (and batteries also are included). I, ...
I am looking into buying or making floats for my ultramicro j3 cub. Does anyone know of any out there? Can I make my own?
Also, are there any extra mods or anything? And what are the best upgrades, batteries, motors, etc. that I can get for this plane?
I am just wondering what kind of things you have done to upgrade your ultramicro j3 cub and/or ultramicro p51. I have them both and want to know any kind of cool upgrades or mods you have found and if you know of anything like motor upgrades? thanks. darien.
The motor of my ParkZoneUltraMicro P-51 Mustang failed to start smoothly at first, and it was totally death after I opened the fuselage. I inspected all components, and everything was fine. I even used the Vapor motor to test the AR6400 RX on the Mustang, and it was running ...
... is a Ty Horn designed Micro Cessna SuperCub that I am currently building. I used only scraps of foam and spare parts from an Air Hogs X-Twin that I had laying around.
This is my first micro build and am very pleased with the results so far. The glide test went perfect ...
my little brother has a parkzonemicro j3 cub ad he broke of the gear shaft thing and its onback order on horizon hobbys web site so i was wondering if there is other shaft i can use like from a ember or a p51 or the sukoi ....thanks for the help
... channel plane after flying 2 channel micro planes for so long. I sold ... channel for probably the first 5 minutes I did manage some loops which were super easy to achieve, but I didn't try inverted ... .
I might think about picking up a parkzone cessna minimum still, but for a few bucks more the supercub ...
... modified ParkzoneUltra-Micro J-3 Cub with onboard video. ... flight:
Aerial Video w/ ParkzoneUltra-MicroCub RC Plane ... to dodge in my cul-de-sac.
The Cub itself flys well with the aileron control, ... flight, and what I use when flying the onboard micro camera. I also have a second flap setting ...
I've recently figured out the required parts for repairing/replacing the servo fets on the Parkzonemicro receiver bricks. I'm wondering how ... what you guys think.
2009-05-26: Just added repair for motor FET/Diode on MicroSuperCub as well, $25 per board.
... Action interview at the Nuremburg 2010 toy fair there's a new ParkZoneultra-micro Sukhoi SU-26XP. (Scroll down to the second-to-last video titled "Horizon Hobby Sukhoi".)
Besides a cool paint scheme, the updated ultra-micro Sukhoi is supposed to have a better motor ...
... carbon fiber reinforce the ParkzoneUltraMicro P-51. The post includes photos and descriptions of how to reinforce the ParkzoneUltraMicro P-51 and where to do it at. Anyone know where this thread/post ... question, I could not find a thread index for ParkzoneUltraMicro P-51. Many popular models ...
... Typical Flight Duration: |< 8 minutes
|> Manufacturer: |< ParkZone
|> Available From: |< Horizon Hobby
|> Price: |< $119.99
The ParkzoneUltraMicro Mosquito is touted as ... surprise... a full scale USAAF version of the Parkzone Mosquito model that I was currently reviewing. ...
PRODUCT REVIEW -- FLYZONE UM SUPERCUBRTF
For $80 Flyzone has put out a nice beginner ... rundown:
I. The plane: a well-done scale version of the SuperCub, including nice decals ... "brick" has been radically re-designed:
A. It now looks a lot like the Parkzone bricks -- integrated elevator ...
... think I could convert the Guillows Build By Number SuperCub 95 to R/C? It has a 20" wingspan stock, but I'm ... but you experts may have something different in mind.
Thanks for answering my question. I just really want to try a micro R/C model and I just happen to have this laying around.
... few years ago I was given a Guillows free flight SuperCub. It was bult in the 1980s and had the origional tissue covering on it. It was powered by a rubber ... always flown bigger electric models so I have no clue on where to get micro servos, recievers etc. I am guessing that I will ...
My SuperCub came with a 300 Mah. battery and of course I want a couple more, so I was wondering what bigger size battery would be a good choice? I think someone said a 450 would do O.K.?
Also, what would be a good brushless motor to upgrade to?
Happy Memorial Day to all.