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Old 06-29-2014, 05:36 PM   #1
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Parkzone Artizan Maiden Flight

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Flew my Artizan BNF this morning on it's maiden flight. Winds were a little gusty here but the plane flew great with only a couple clicks of down trim needed.

Just used the 70% rate and it really shined in the gusty conditions with the AS3X keeping it flying straight.

Rolls were right on track and upside down flying didn't seem to take and pressure on the elevator to keep it flying straight.

Landings were a little tricky in the tall grass and I wanted to keep the speed up a bit to counteract any sudden gusts.

This plane sure is a winner for me and I was flying for 7 minutes on 2200 mAh batteries and only put in 1400 to 1500 ma back in the batteries so I will bump up the flight times to 8 minutes.
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Old 06-29-2014, 06:07 PM   #2
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Re: Parkzone Artizan Maiden Flight

Yes, amazing plane and the as3x is rock solid. Left my settings as it came out of the box. On the maiden it felt so solid I immediately rolled it on takeoff. Never had that experience on a maiden before. Lol
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Old 07-05-2014, 06:56 AM   #3
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Re: Parkzone Artizan Maiden Flight

It's a beautiful plane. I bought this plane for learning aerobatics. I installed the SAFE r/x from the Apprentice. Few down trim and it flies like on the rail. The PANIC button SAVE my plane numerous times when I lost my orientation.

I found this plane even better than the T-28.
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