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Old 05-15-2014, 12:14 PM
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I am at the Joe Nall event flying my F15 and my Super Eagle experienced a failure on Sunday afternoon. Eric had me remove the engine that afternoon and gave it to him. He graciously let me fly his personal model all day Monday. In the meantime, he contacted the factory and had another engine to me by next day air Tuesday morning. I have been flying nonstop since.

This great service is why I own 6 turbines from Jet Central. Eric's personal, quick service is a major factor in my purchasing decisions.

Keep up the great work Eric!

Anthony Greco

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Old 07-28-2014, 05:14 PM
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2nd that. He even answers rookie questions. Chic
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Old 07-31-2014, 12:06 PM
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Eric, fired up my Rabbit for the first time. After priming it, she fired up on the first attempt. Ran like a top. I can't stop smiling. Maiden in a week or so.
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Congrats. . .BTW, the Shock Jet looks great. . .a perfect first jet. You will enjoy flying it hour after hour. Call anytime. . .any question. Always here to help.

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I'd like to throw in my 2 cents also....


I had an issue with a JC Falcon... and Eric went WAY over the top to help me out, and to get me up and running again. I always recommend JC engines when guys ask me about them.
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Great service and fast return shipping, great warrenty, just paid for shipping, thanks Eric.
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Old 09-07-2014, 07:30 AM
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Eric, got my waiver, smile. I'm looking very far ahead now so don't laugh toooooo hard. I have a Rabbit now in my JetMach 60. However, in the far future, one day I would like to own a twin (hopefully the T-2 Buckeye). My next jet which I am currently working on is the DV8R. My question to you is will a Rabbit solidly fly the DV8R or do I need to step up to Cheetah power to fly the DV8R? I'm thinking, if a Rabbit will fly the DV8R, it would serve as the second engine to put into the twin. Second, if the Rabbit will work in the DV8R, would I send them both to you to tune and synchronize them to work together in the T-2? Thanks for your advice and recommendations. Chic White
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Hi:

The DV8R was designed to fly on 70 to 120 class turbines. If you build in a weight conservation manner, the Rabbit will fly this jet fine. Off grass, may take a longer run however in flight, it will perform well. Key here is the all up weight without fuel when finished with the build. I am flying my DJM Vampire with a Rabbit. TO weight is 32lbs and it fly's very well.

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​Thank you sir. Will try to keep it light. Chic
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