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Old 07-27-2011, 06:52 PM
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"3D Model Fly" Sbach 342 55" from 3dflymodel.com.

Anyone know if these guys sell decent airplanes?

Has anyone got one or flown one?
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Old 07-27-2011, 07:35 PM
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I have the little brother to it, the 39". It is a well built plane. Top notch hardware to boot. I'm sure the 55" is of the same quality. Mine flies nice once I figured out CG and throws.
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Old 07-27-2011, 07:44 PM
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Thanks Revy. Was it a fight to get the CG sorted or not too bad? Is it one of those kits that fights you all the way? Yours looks awesome!
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Problem is they don't tell you. The manual is the pics you see on the website, for the 39" anyway. It wasn't too tough to figure it out even using different power than they recommended.  I did have one self inflicted scare. I measured wrong and used that mark and flew...way to tail heavy. Not once but twice, lol. That's how I know its a well built plane!
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Well done getting it back in one piece - twice!

Might have to look at getting one of these......thanks!
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Do it...Do it...Dooo it!
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