Whether you’re building a heavy-metal warbird, an aerobatic model, a WW I biplane, or giant-scale aerobatic airplanes it is important to use the proper flight and setup techniques. Many aspiring giant-scale pilots struggle because they don’t fully understand the subtle differences between one airplane and another. All airplanes fly differently and require flight techniques that are specific to their design. By properly adjusting your model’s flight mode settings you can ease your pilot workload, here’s how I do it.
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