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Hobbyking Team Pilot Michael Wargo: Avios Grand Tundra Aerobatics

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Hobbyking Team Pilot Michael Wargo: Avios Grand Tundra Aerobatics



Hobbyking Team Pilot Michael Wargo Flies the Avios Grand Tundra. Michael Flies Aerobatics with the Grand Tundra.
1700mm PNF. This is the stock setup on 6s

Communicator, Fan, Golf Junky, Chihuahua Lover, Dishwater . I want to see your peacock.

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. reggie card

    June 23, 2018 at 3:03 pm

    What is your set-up? I have a tundra, and would love to do that kind of flying with it.

  2. David Wilson

    June 23, 2018 at 3:48 pm

    Great video Michael! No lack of power on that beast. What batteries are you running?
    I'll be ordering my GT today.

  3. flyingphoenix113

    June 23, 2018 at 9:30 pm

    Light weight, lots of power, and big control surfaces. All there is to it! I'd love to see some high-wing 3D and aerobatic planes (though, for aerodynamic reasons, I understand why it's not as popular as mid-wing mounting).

  4. Milt Farrow

    June 24, 2018 at 1:55 pm

    Nicely done Thank you Michael-By the way the incident at Moonport when my nephew was flying my stick was definitely a shorted receiver (the loose fuel inthe cabin floor inhibited the receiver – this has happened several times with other fliers as well as the kit has a bad Tank ( splits at the neck area) unheard of in my time – as well some OS plugs quit working right out of the box-Igniter sticks don't work–( we are using an older tried and true system )  Just thought I would tell u so u may pass this on

  5. LUC LAVOIE

    June 24, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    I have no doubt that the grand tundra is a great plane. I have a durafly tundra myself. Micheal however is a superb pilot. He is to 3D what Bob Ross was to painting. He can probably do knife edges with a broom. Everything he does with a plane looks easy. Keep on practising folks.

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