This EDF ROCKS! Lippisch P.15 Speed Runs | RC Planes
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Speed passes and glorious sunshine. Need I say more about this plane? Probably.
This plane is DEFINITELY NOT a first plane. Considering how quick her roll rate is and proclivity to nose down at launch and under power, I wouldn't necessarily recommend her as a first EDF either - unless you're prepared to learn how she operates from other pilots and program in a launch switch (extra up on the elevons for launch) and add in a bit of extra exponential than you used on your trainer.
The only way to see if she (or any other plane) is a fit for you is to GET FLYING!
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What I like and don't like about the Lippisch.. well, you'll just have to wait!
What I like about the FMS SuperEZ:
- The 1200mm wingspan - fits in my car without disassembly
- Flies well in wind
- Very durable construction
- Short take-off
- Lands well on rugged surfaces
- Flies on cheap and common 3S 2200mah LiPo batteries
- Perfect for inexperienced pilots
What I don't like:
- The tiny battery compartment
- Very floaty (requires longer than usual approach)
- Divisive styling (I'm not the biggest fan of her looks)
- Noses down during rolls
- May foster bad landing behaviour/technique as it is so tolerant to abuse
- May frustrate pilots who want more aerobatic capability/ snappiness
- No flaps
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Filming: GoPro Hero 5, Samsung Galaxy S8
Transmitter: FlySky FS-i6X with 8Ch receiver.
Transmitter batteries: 4 x 2000mAh AA 'Energizer Recharge'
Freewing Lippisch 64mm EDF (stock 5 bladed fan on a 3s configuration)
Volantex Phoenix V2 2000mm (Banggood)
Used FMS SuperEZ V2 RTF ($180 - Bargain!)
Receiver and flight batteries: 4 x Zeee 2200 mAh 50c 3s
1 x Predator 1500 mAh 25c 3s (puffed)
Charger: iMAX B6AC single channel charger ($39 ebay purchase)
Favourite ClearView Aircraft: New favourites - MiG-15 and F-86 EDFs
Favourite ClearView flying site: Osage Park.
Current setup on the Phoenix:
Two settings of flaps (40 degrees and 80 degrees)
MUSIC: ACDC Back in Black
Disclaimer: This is not an RC vehicle channel. I am not an RC expert.