Cela va faire plaisir à Pascal. Le Xareltoo Tasmanien a fait ses premiers vols (avec les réglages de Loic sauf le déclenché).
The Xareltoo and the JR 28X. Both went well and I love the feel of the 28X.
It was a bit windier than I would have liked for the first flight, which meant it was a bit bumpy. As such, i couldn't get a very good idea of the trim, but enough to know that it flys very well.
The only trim required so far was a bit of down elevator, so will be adjusting the stab incidence before the next flight. Some expo changes and a throttle mix to get the feel I want will also be made.
Normal flight, snap and spin settings are the same as Loïc Burbaud uses on his Xareltoo, with the exception of aileron throw for snaps, which are 5mm less. I can't get what Loïc uses without changing servo arms. Snaps are quick and accurate, stopping as soon as the controls are released and stays pretty well online. Aileron Roll rate and elevator feel very similar to what I am used to, so I don't envisage too much of a change there. Knife edge was a breeze, with just a touch of rudder and no noticeable roll coupling required.
My gut feel is that it may need a bit more prop. I'll have a few more flights then try the APC 21 x 10.5 carbon.
The new APC 20.5 x 10.5 carbon progressive pitch prop designed by Chip Hyde, might be worth a try as well.
Really looking forward to getting a bunch more flights on both.