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Old 04-25-2019, 08:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wow. Just wow. Vbar from Ikon..

Bought a control touch and a couple vbar neos.
They are flying better on my G380 after 3 flights then I ever had it flying on my ikon2 (after hundreds of flights). Cant wait to get it on the 570! I made exactly 1 adjustment to tail and adjusted rates so I'm sure it will only get better as I figure it out.
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Sounds about right. Welcome.
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Old 04-25-2019, 10:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Bought a control touch and a couple vbar neos.
They are flying better on my G380 after 3 flights then I ever had it flying on my ikon2 (after hundreds of flights). Cant wait to get it on the 570! I made exactly 1 adjustment to tail and adjusted rates so I'm sure it will only get better as I figure it out.
I'm curious, which aspects do you think are better?
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Thus far it is much less finicky to setup. Tail hold for example. By the 3rd flight after 1 tail adjustment from default I was doing fast high headspeed funnels, 1/2 second elevator and aileron tic-tocs with less wiggle than I've ever had with the ikon. The feel is a little different and i dont have the experience to fully describe it. More fluid is about the best i can come up with. Again. 3 flights. So I'm still getting used to the feel of the TX and slight differences in response.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I recently started switching my fleet over from ikon however I would have to say they are equally capable, vbar is much more ease of use on the fly. Vbar has been perfect with extremely little tweak on some birds and necessary to make many adjustments on others. Very happy with vbar myself. Wish mikado would hurry and get the next batch of neo’s in stock!
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