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    Does anyone still fly the "HYPERFLY"?

    Theres a picture of it on my previous post where I mistakingly called it the dragonfly. Does anyone still fly it? and what were your experiences?
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    RE: Does anyone still fly the "HYPERFLY"?

    Hi. I just signed up minutes ago after avoiding another name and password for the last 2 years to rcuniverse. YES, I have this hyperfly, and with 3 good rotor blades, am wondering what I should do with this beast.

    What are people doing with these things other than selling the rotors to the few patrons that have them still and scrapping the rest?

    My motor is burned up. Ap29,... is that a 480 equivalent?

    oh, go fig. the chassis is BENT, skids in pieces siliconed on, but the rotors are still good! ha ha!

    Andy


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