It’s absolutely exceptional with how the Hacker Model's MX2 fly's, and the color scheme is super vibrant! Pictures don’t do it justice. The word needs to get out on this model as I believe it’s one of the best on the market, it’s super stable and flies on rails!! Below I've share some highlights of the build as well as beauty shoots and flight video! Enjoy!
This was a fast and easy build on top of that. As the build log shows there isn’t much to it! All the parts are made so you can’t put them in backwards or the wrong spots, which is super helpful as it prevents you from making a mistake like installing the wings or horizontal stab on wrong. This model utilizes foam bracing over carbon, which I think might scare off some people as it’s not the modern norm for a super lite airframe. There is no reason to fret over it though as this airframe has no twisting in the air! It’s my favorite super lite I have flown to date and I highly recommend it for an indoor plane, or one for calm winds! Now to get to the build log. Get your foam tac and CA in standby, and clear off your bench! I’ll be doing a picture and description format. Let’s get started! for full build photos, please go to this Link:
It’s absolutely exceptional with how it flies, and the color scheme is super vibrant! Pictures don’t do it justice. The word needs to get out on this model as I believe it’s one of the best on the market, it’s super stable and flies on rails! It really excels through precision flight. I was doing flat turns with only touching the rudder and not using the ailerons or the elevator, and it still turned out as a perfect circle. This model carves through the air, and will not hesitate to get aggressive too! Often you will find planes that either are hardcore for precision or just for modern XA/3D and this MX2 does both equally well!