SebArt WindS after 25 flights

Jul 14, 2011 No Comments by

Just a little update for all of you out there thinking about getting the SebArt Wind S, I have just finished flying its 25th flight and I can tell you all the flights have been just about perfect.  I found that the manufacturers recommend control throws were a little larger then what I wanted to fly with so I use the lower throws as my high throws.  This is mainly due to my type of flying, which is geared more toward precision pattern rather than 3-D performance.  The batteries, motor and ESC are also performing flawlessly.
Stay tune for some more updates as I continue to fly this great looking bird.

John Reid

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