Construction / tuning:
This plane was recommended by the same model shop who gave me
the EasyStar to re-start my hobby. Also the motor & BEC have been
their recommendation. Although it is not Multiplex stock setup, the
performance is phantastic. Powerful climbs at 60 degree, lighter
weight then the stock and a great BEC (which was in sale when I
bought this plane).
The construction is as usual easy with the Multiplex Elapor foam. No
special issue to mention. Just follow the instructions.
Over the time I had two issues;
1; the connection plugs between wing servos & fuselage became
unreliable, so I switched to the good old direct connection with the
reciever. Some morfe seconds on the field to get ready, but the electric
connection is 100 %.
2. During some landings the rudder fin was loosened from the bottom,
so I decided to build a protection with a 1mm steel rod (see also the
The powerful climb I arleady mentioned and the flight performance is
absolutely good. Slow and easy to quite fast (if you trim up the
ailerons). Landing can be made at walking speed and some tflightts
ended only after 1 hour and longer (when I was too thirsty to continue).
Standard acrobatic figures are also no problem (incl. inverted flights).
So a clear recommendation as no. 2 plane after the EasyStar.
Due to its stable and quite flight I often use the EasyGlider Pro as a
camera carrier (flycamone V2) that I fix with a velcro tape on top of the
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