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    ASYULER 70

    I just received today two Kits from NTS, NARUTECH Service.
    M. Giichi NARUKE was just on time from Christmas, and everything was in the boxes. Perfect packaging, no damage.
    Great service.
    One will be electric, the other one will have a YS 70.
    The 70 class seems to be very popular in Japan ....
    So I will give it a try.
    I just have to wait for spring now.....
    Happy Holiday Season
    Jean-Paul
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    RE: ASYULER 70

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    some more ....
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    RE: ASYULER 70

    And the last ones..
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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Who is selling these planes ??

    Is incedence pre-set or adjustable ?

    Looks very nice !
    Why is there never enough time to do it right, but always enough time to do it over ?

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Here is the link where you can order.

    http://homepage3.nifty.com/naru/asyuler70.htm

    Stab is not adjustable, but removable ( 2 carbons tubes)

    Plane seems to be very popular, and must have been intensely tested before released by M. NARUKE, and I suppose Tetsuo ONDA.
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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Looks Great Jean-Paul!
    Team BJCraft

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    How much did you have to pay with shipping from Japan? The model alone is 450 euro, which is 2x the price of Wind s50
    Even if nobody believes in you, show that they are wrong.......................

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    I already had 1 Angel 50 and 2 Miss Wind.
    You can't compare the kits ....
    Asyuler 70 is really a scale down of the 2m F3A one.
    You should give an accurate look to the pics ....
    Everything included in the kit is of very good quality ... don't want to comment about other kits.
    Anyway you got what you pay for !!!
    Shipping was 200 Euros from Japan to France - 3 days travel.

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    It's relly relly a nice and well done plane.
    But , relly expensive.
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    BUT I FLY NEGATIVE.

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Hi,

    Very nice plane, seems to be for it's seize class a "Rolls-Royce" type of plane.
    J-P, please post commentof flight characteristics of the plane when You get it into the air.

    Whished they had a 110 or 125 class of Asyuler (I got a Sebart MythoS 125Enow, and got it for price not that much morethen an Asyuler 70, sothat will be my plane for 2013).

    /Bo


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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Even if nobody believes in you, show that they are wrong.......................

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    This plane appears to be in the same family as the SebArt Wind S 50E. What are the specifications of this craft? Are they built in Japan? Beatiful plane!
    Here in Texas, pattern is making a comback. We were fortunate to have one of the World Champion USA Team members (Brett Wickizer) flying at our field for over a year. I believe he influenced several in our club to fly pattern. The 50 size plane is popular, but currently in lower ranks only.

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Hi J-P,
    I just read your infos about the Asyuler 70 and to me it just looks and appears perfect !
    In fact, I contacted NTS and ordered an EP-kit as well to get this smaller F3A plane as an every day practice ship for next season !
    As soon as I get the kit delivered , I will post some info about the set up that I intend to install.
    Really looking forward to this one !!

    see you
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    RE: ASYULER 70

    http://youtu.be/gcyY_iwP0Qc

    Nice video of 120
    Why is there never enough time to do it right, but always enough time to do it over ?

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Kit is really beautiful....and everything included is of quality.
    I have to wait february to get the new YS 70 DZ .....
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    RE: ASYULER 70



    How do you order this kit when the website is in Japanese

    regards

    MAVROS


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    RE: ASYULER 70


    ORIGINAL: MAVROS



    How do you order this kit when the website is in Japanese

    regards

    MAVROS

    There is a mail icon on the fisrt page of naruke hobby shop.

    http://homepage3.nifty.com/naru/index.htm

    Not everyone there use English. So be patient.


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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Hi guys,
    For everyone of you who is considering to do business with Naruke hobby, it is Mr. Ken Hirose beeing responsible for overseas customers !
    He understands and writes english really good and it is a pleasure to conversate with him !! He does respond to mails very quickly !!
    His e-mail adress : k-hirose@io.ocn.ne.jp

    Eagerly awaiting my Asyuler 70 EP ( yes, they are getting rare ! )

    see you
    Hans

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    ORIGINAL: hofer

    Hi guys,
    For everyone of you who is considering to do business with Naruke hobby, it is Mr. Ken Hirose beeing responsible for overseas customers !
    He understands and writes english really good and it is a pleasure to conversate with him !! He does respond to mails very quickly !!
    His e-mail adress : k-hirose@io.ocn.ne.jp

    Eagerly awaiting my Asyuler 70 EP ( yes, they are getting rare ! )

    see you
    Hans
    I am going to try order one.
    What other items have you guys ordered when ordering the Asyuler 70 glow or ep?
    In Japan, .70 class competition is booming especially one that Naru Tech hosts.
    Majority use Asyuler 70 for the contest like one of those pictures that J-P posted.

    Should be a good practice plane similar to Kyosho Osmose.

    Ihncheol


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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Hi PatternFlyer,
    Myself, I will get an EP kit together with one pilot mockup (2900 yen extra ) and the Narutech stickers (which I will get for free )
    The mounting block for a suited outrunner ( most probably a Pletti Orbit 20-14XL in my case ) is included as far as I know
    By looking at the pics on the Naruke website, it is obvious that the electric version is designed for a firewall mount of the motor in any case
    I think the flex mounts for the YS70 powered version will cost you some 6000+ yens extra - you have to talk to Ken Hirose about this !
    My ship is on the way and will arrive here in Switzerland within the next days !

    see you
    Hans

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    I will second everything said above. My Asyuler 70 GP is on the way to me now. Ken was great to deal with. He did tell me that they only have a few Asyuler 70s left and do not expect another shipment for a few months. Order now! :-)

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Hi guys,
    I just received my Asyuler 70 EP kit today !!
    I am blown away ! Just briefly inspected all the different parts - by far the best film covered kit that I ever held in my hands !!
    You instantly realize where your money went !!
    I do think that this ship has the potential to become a real dreamplane !

    see you
    Hans

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    Hi guys,
    Well, after having a closer look at the fuselage nose construction, I come to the conclusion that I have to mount
    my E-motor to the front ring !!
    I will glue a carbon ring ( with cooling slots ) from the inside to the forward bulkhead and reinforce the whole nose section with some carbon cloth to make it
    stiff and torque resistent !
    The motor will be something special - an INRUNNER !
    I do believe that a Leomotion 5031 ( large diameter 8-pole inrunner rated at around 540KV and weighing in at 350 gramms ) driving a 2 1/2" TruTurn FAI turbo spinner and a 16x10 prop
    on 5s/4400 mah will be a perfect set up ! It would be quite comparable to the Pletti Advance which is widely used on the full size F3A ships !

    Still not decided yet - what would you guys think of this approach to power the Asyuler ?

    see you
    Hans

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    RE: ASYULER 70

    I also have an Asyuler 70 EP bought through Ken Hirose and he is absolutely great to deal with. Will use a Futaba motor and ESC in mine as per Ken's recommendation.


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