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Something magical about a RareBear, every one I've owned and flown is ice on rails. Doesn't look like a fast airframe but My God!
Fantastic product from E-flight can't say it needs much at all. But...
I found the aileron control horns to be a little too exposed for my liking so I used some of my Diamond Flush Servo Covers and protected them. No more broken control horns and better aerodynamics.
Something else I found was the two well thought out
finger grip recesses on the bottom were a little slippery so I laser cut some grip tape for the space. Remarkable change - launches are even more predictable. Don't need as much throttle so less torque roll as you have more grip.
I combined them into a kit you can find at the right.
E-Flight RareBear Parts
RareBear Servo Rod Covers & Grips Kit
(Left & Right cover + 2 Grips)
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You will need to move the control rod down one hole in the aileron horn and nip the end of the horn off to get it to clear the cover. I used heat shrink to replace the clevis keepers.
I found no change in roll rate with this mod.
Also you will need to use a blade to cut the existing short servo bulge away at the base so it's flush leaving the flat flange as it has the letter "R" sticker attached to it. Then cover it with the new SC.
I use blenderm for tape.