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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Just finished and have been flying a 100cc MX2 using a DA85! WOW !!! It will work equally well with the MXS-R!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7L9sAY7lsM


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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting


    ORIGINAL: Taildragger726

    Red Aero RC is developing an MXS-R with EG Aircraft. Our goal is to offer this exciting airframe in sizes ranging from 30cc to 150-200cc.
    Red Aero acquired the 100cc MX-2 prototype and it has proven to be a nice airplane. More here
    The MXS and MXS-R are based on the MX-2.

    We are getting some photos of our 50cc and 100cc MXS-Rs now, also photos of the 150-200cc MXS prototype.

    And now for your viewing pleasure.


    Any idea when the next batch of 50cc will show up? Any changes, modifications, etc.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Just a couple of minor tweaks, no major changes. We have a container of 30cc stuff on the way now. 50 cc stuff is next.
    I will let Kenn answer your question about the pilots.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Hmmm, 30cc stuff?

    I think we need to hear more please!

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    We have 30cc MXS-Rs in three scheme, also have the 30cc Slipstream 80" Beaver on the way.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Which three schemes (insert pictures here) ?

    And is the plan to have more schemes on the 50cc size?

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Yes, please show us some pictures
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    We will post photos when we get them!

    With the next order of 50cc MXS-Rs, there will be multiple schemes.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Maidened my 100cc MXS-R today. DLE-111 on stock pipes, Vess 27-C prop. Nice, stable, light, great tracking, great speed, excellent vertical, hover half throttle with excellent pull-out. Virtually no coupling. Looks great in the air, but didn't get any pics in flight today. BTW, this was the first 100cc airframe out of the box and on display at Joe Nall 2010. I was slow building, but what a great plane and worth the wait.

    (Pics not uploading at the moment.)
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    The MXS-R 30cc/OS GT33cc should be a GREAT COMBO (GT33cc should be on the market in july)
    http://www.shop.redaerorc.com/30cc-B...-30CC-MXSR.htm
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    I was Lucky enough to get the last 50 cc MSXR in December. I finished it up and was able to maiden it yesterday. It has a dle 55 for power. I only have 5 flights on it so far, but this plane seems to be incredible. It flies just about as well at my 35% planes. Rolls are VERY axial, and rolling harriers require virtually no rudder input. at 5300' elevation power, is off the charts. It's been a long time since i've flown 50cc, but this is definately a keeper. I like the way it looks in a harrier coming at you, it reminds me of a batman plane. If you're thinking about it and you have the chance to buy one, DO IT!
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting


    ORIGINAL: Ih82crash

    I was Lucky enough to get the last 50 cc MSXR in December. I finished it up and was able to maiden it yesterday. It has a dle 55 for power. I only have 5 flights on it so far, but this plane seems to be incredible. It flies just about as well at my 35% planes. Rolls are VERY axial, and rolling harriers require virtually no rudder input. at 5300' elevation power, is off the charts. It's been a long time since i've flown 50cc, but this is definately a keeper. I like the way it looks in a harrier coming at you, it reminds me of a batman plane. If you're thinking about it and you have the chance to buy one, DO IT!

    Your propeller looks funny.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    30cc Matt Hall MXS-R





    30cc Breitling MXS-R


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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    30cc Breitling MXS-R looks sweet!
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting


    ORIGINAL: Taildragger726


    ORIGINAL: Ih82crash

    I was Lucky enough to get the last 50 cc MSXR in December. I finished it up and was able to maiden it yesterday. It has a dle 55 for power. I only have 5 flights on it so far, but this plane seems to be incredible. It flies just about as well at my 35% planes. Rolls are VERY axial, and rolling harriers require virtually no rudder input. at 5300' elevation power, is off the charts. It's been a long time since i've flown 50cc, but this is definately a keeper. I like the way it looks in a harrier coming at you, it reminds me of a batman plane. If you're thinking about it and you have the chance to buy one, DO IT!

    Your propeller looks funny.
    Its because of the HD photo. for some reason HD photos and video always make the prop look funny.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Got an electric and a DLE powered MXS-R flying for Joe Nall !! See ya there! IMAA legal at 26%, 75.5" span.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Hope ya come back with some video.
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    That is nice!
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Wow, now that's a quick build lol. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7PPi...eature=related
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting


    ORIGINAL: airborne2.4

    Wow, now that's a quick build lol. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7PPi...eature=related

    James drinks lot of coffee !

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    LOL
    Is that the 30cc or 50cc with a quick release hatch and ringed cowl?
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting


    ORIGINAL: airborne2.4

    LOL
    Is that the 30cc or 50cc with a quick release hatch and ringed cowl?

    That is the 30cc, provisions are there and we suggest you use the canopy screws when using an engine. Electric motors don't shake as much.

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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Any video of the 30cc Breitling MXS-R?
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    RE: Red Aero MXS-R sigting

    Here's the Green Ghost...

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRynJ9d_dNg[/youtube]
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