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    *TechOne SU-29*

    Anyone have one of these yet?

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    RE: *TechOne SU-29*

    No, but she's a solid looking little bird. That model designation sure sounds like a Sukhoi fighter/interceptor model, doesn't it? Hey, I'm just now getting my PZ Micro Spitfire Mark IX, which I pre-ordered like six months ago. If you get this TechOne please let us know after you take her for a spin. They do have a following and I'm curious, so thanks!

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    RE: *TechOne SU-29*

    you found a stateside outlet for the new techone stuff?
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    RE: *TechOne SU-29*

    i got one of the venus x models through nitro models. over all, not impressed with the quality of the kit. tabs and slots milled to sizes that are a loose fit at best, and not a fit at all mostly. poor instructions and build procedure. if you are a skilled modeler, you can make it look good as a finished product, but, there are other better quality kits out there that do not require as much retro engineering to get right.
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