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Tribute 36 ARF from Hangar 9

Old 08-11-2009, 09:40 AM
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I am looking at purchasing the Hangar 9 model tribute 36 ARF

So far I have flown a trainer model on which I learned and a UCANDO size 60

Now since i will be getting only the model from Hangar 9 what else will I require such as battery, propeller, engine?

Please advise me on what engine to get I prefer OS

Will I require Micro servers?

Will an ordinary reciever work?

Please guide me on everything I should know about this model.

Akshay Dujodwala

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Old 08-14-2009, 12:30 AM
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Hi Askhay

I have the tribute 2 in fact and love it, it is a very easy plane to fly and will do lots of good 3d for you, i have run it with diffrent
engines OS la46 good engine but would not pull you out of a hover, OS55 big engine for this air frame but had unlimited pull
only problem is you have to remove wood from engine bay to fit and put rudder servor in the tail easy to do. I now run a magnum
32 and it flys very nice with it and keeps it light, no wood work in the frame area.
you will require the engine and prop,size will depend on the engine you choose, 4x 3 to 5 KG servors one battery and switch, the rest comes
with the kit. easy to put together and there is a good thread already on then tribute that you should read on all you need to know just do a
quick search.

hope this helps you
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