When Aerobeez sent over a 30cc 75″ MXS-R for testing and review, we gladly accepted and started gathering the necessary components. See how the Aerobeez MXS-R 26% 75″ 30cc scored on our 5X5 review…
In today’s market, there’s no end to the choices you have for just about any aircraft design you desire. We’re faced with countless online retailers and distributors that can fit almost any price point. Value, on the other hand, can be a bit more tricky to find. Paying little for low quality airplanes is just a click away. When something goes wrong (and it often does) you need parts, support, and someone who’s going to stand behind the product they sold you. Working with a new brand is always a challenge for us and we carefully step into the water to see if they not only offer a solid product, but that they are willing and able to stand behind the sale, support us when things go wrong, and get us the parts we need and FAST.
From first contact, to product unboxing, even through product replacement – Aerobeez was fantastic. A good hobby experience goes far beyond the flight performance and we’re proud to say Aerobeez has won our endorsement as a stand-up company that’ll stand by you long after the sale.
Now, check out the full video review and see if their 26% MXS-R is the right machine for you…
2 Brothers Hobby
I mentioned using different linkage in the video review. While this is not necessary since the stock linkage works fine, it was a personal preference for ease of adjustment with a wrench. I used Hangar 9′s Titanium Pro-Links, P/N HAN3557, $12.30/Pair . They’re threaded 4-40 and come in 2 1/2″ to 5″ lengths in a two-pack. Here’s a link from the Hangar 9 site (ignore the product photo, clearly not showing 5″ links!)
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