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    nitroplanes metor

    Any one have one iam thinking about buying one but it depends.
    One can she be handlanched on the bone stock set up?
    Two cant she be flowen in and area a lil bit biggger that 2 foot ball feilds paralell to each other?
    Three is she an easy plane to fly comparing to like the eflight funtana. I know she will be fast another reson for wanting it.
    Four and modifacatoins i might need to make so she will fly better?

    http://www.nitroplanes.com/60a-dy8934-meteor-arf.html
    every plane has an experation date its just a mater of when some last for 1 flight others thousands

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    Buy it..... You will love this plane, it fly's good.

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    It's pretty much a clone of the Parkzone Habu from Horizon Hobby. Doubt if it has the two digital 9g servos in the tail and the E-Flite 60A esc, but it is about one third the price. The Habu has the gray colored EPO type foam. I have a couple of other Dynam products, and they are a very good value for the $$$
    Gary Taber

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    thanks guys i think iam going to replace the servos in it with hitecks if i get one though even doing that and putin in a rx its still 100 bucks cheaper than the habu.
    every plane has an experation date its just a mater of when some last for 1 flight others thousands

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    I haven't had any problems with the stock servos. One thing you want to do is us a 5s 3000 mah lipo instead of the 4s.

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    I know someone who bought the parts to complete an airframe for around $70. he put over 1kw+ watts, and it still lands easy. Also, search and you'll find a discount code for nitroplanes.

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    I just upgraded the stock motor and esc with a Sapac MB-1 and turnigy 100a esc. My watt meter shows 1700w at about 92a at full throttle. This plane flies now like it should.
    I am getting ready to throw retracts on it next.

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    RE: nitroplanes metor

    cool the 4s keep it it ther air with plety of speed right i dont want to have a ton of speed since iam flying in a smaller area otherwise known as a mid sized public park.
    every plane has an experation date its just a mater of when some last for 1 flight others thousands


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