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My Apologies to the "Brotherhood"

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Old 10-03-2006, 01:19 PM
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I was inthe LHS this morning picking up my decals for the F-20. Hung out for an hour flying Real Flight and goofing off. Over the last 3 ish years or so, those little Electric Scale Arfs have caught my attention.

I always wanted to get one and stick a liitle .15 in it. Well there it was on the shelf and I git my tail wagging again. AN EXTRA 300!!!!!. YESAHHHHHHHHH!

I think it might be a 1/500th scale or something with a whole 43inch wingspan. So OS makes some hot .15 annnnnnnnd bisson makes a dinky pitts muffler for it. I am just so excited I can hardly keep from wetting myself

Its the Seagull brand of the Extra. I had been looking at a 35% lately but I guess this will get me in the door.
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Old 10-03-2006, 02:59 PM
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Forget the glo motor an go lekky. You will get better performance and not need to clean any goo after a day of hovering and snapping.
The little one I had a while back was prone to a wickkkked high speed snap FWIW.

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NO "lekky" for me. Thats too much support gear to deal with.
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Old 10-03-2006, 07:57 PM
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no more than an airpump for springairs. No fuel. Simply a charger and a battery.
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This is in the wrong forum... [:'(]

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GO Electric on that thing. .15 will not make it fly the way it was designed to!
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....put a nice little .40 Super Tiger ringed two stroke in it.

....( me, no lekky )
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Go the whole hog, how about a 90LX F.I.R.E. sitting on the cg, with a shaft drive like a P39 [sm=wink_smile.gif]

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I think eve a .25 will be a bit much.
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GO Electric on that thing. .15 will not make it fly the way it was designed to!


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