Flyzone’s New Micro Cub

Oct 02, 2011 No Comments by

Just got one of these and I would say right up front that the little 3-channel Cub looks like it is going to be fun to fly.  The Cub uses a 130 mAh 3.7V LiPo that can be charged in about 20-30 minutes right off the receiver with a special charging port.  As well the Cub is a 2.4 GHz Tactic radio system and packs completely built into the shipping box. The 2.4 GHz. transmitter features digital trims, LED operation lights and servo reversing.   The receiver operates off of five AA batteries.  So this is a true park flyer you can take with you anywhere and fly in small areas.   Keep an eye out as I post my experiences with this version of the Piper Cub.

Wingspan: 17.7 in (450 mm)
Length: 13.2 in (335 mm)
Weight: 1.0 oz (29 g)

David Vaught

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A frequent contributor to Model Airplane News and Electric Flight, Dr. Dave is a true RC enthusiast with over 40 years of flying experiences as well as a private pilot license. He flies and writes about everything from ornithopters to giant-scale aircraft, building and flying an average of 20 planes a year.
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