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Old 11-22-2005, 01:50 AM
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Glad to see you guys getting a support forum. Hopefully this will help spread the word about what I think are some of the best flying airplanes on the market.. Here's a link to a video of my Panzl and also some photos.

http://www.neptune.com/users/jimmcq/...mmcq392205.wmv
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Old 11-22-2005, 09:34 AM
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thanks for the kind words Jim.

We are very excited that RC Universe has been kind enough to give us our own forum to help us promote the airplanes but also to promote some of the stuff people might not even know we manufacture or carry like our new line of glow engines, micro servo's, and even the little things like klett hinges.

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Old 11-25-2005, 01:48 PM
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I can see it now, Jtec is going to be as poular as Carden. I know theie plane fly just as good if not better, we just need to l;et the rest of the R/C community know now.

I'v seen the effects of the panzl as their are 2 in my club, and they getn flown even more than the guys 3 other 40%'s combined.

If I ahd the money I'd have one, I can't wait to start seeing 3D videos/flight reports on the 30% Panzl.

Keep up the good work Jtec. I can't wait to see what the future holds for you guys.
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Old 11-25-2005, 05:17 PM
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I agree,I just wish more people would consider this plane when shopping for a 35% plane. Out of everything I've ever owned in this size, including kits and arfs. This is the best flying one yet. I like flying it more then my 40%er's.
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Old 12-07-2005, 12:05 AM
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Im looking at putting together a 33-35% this winter and I am curious how well the panzl would do with a 80cc single...not that I have one I am just trying to justify the cost difference of a 100 or 80 and performance levels.
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Old 12-07-2005, 12:22 AM
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Both the Panzl and Extra will fly ok with a 80cc but were really designed around a 100cc engine. I would say it will be fine for the lower classes of IMAC like basic and sportsman but you would probably want a little bit more for the upper classes. I guess it really depends on what type of flying you are going to do but I would say make the investment into a 100cc and you will be very happy.
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I'd say it depends which 80 you get... the new ZDZ-80 is supposed to be a powerhouse, but then again for the price of it I think I'd just get the 100. It'll run cooler, provide more power, and you just be all around happier. I had an 80 before, glad I got rid of it and got a DA-100. Also, the 80 may pose some balancing challenges.
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I mainly fly 3D....or my best imitation of it, and have been leaning more toward the 100cc engine. Im just a little sticker shocked, its a big jump from a 50cc. On the plus side I already have most of the electronics just need a smokin deal on a 100.
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could i get some detailed pictures of the tail servos and linkages? i am having a problem with the elevator horns
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here's a couple of pictures of the 35% extra and the 40% extra setups that we have used.
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