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    FlyFly hobby Beech Duke

    Does anyone have or flown this twin? I really like the looks of it, but can't find any information about it. Thanks
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    RE: FlyFly hobby Beech Duke

    Got a link?
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    RE: FlyFly hobby Beech Duke

    It's sold by Hobby People. Can't give you a link. They must not carry much stock, every time it is available it sells out. I did buy one, in my opinion it is not a very high quality kit. Not worth the price it is selling for. I had many issues assembling it, from missing screws to sloppy landing gear. it does look nice as a finished plane. I'm not sure how it flies as it hasn't maidened yet.I have to figure out the programming on one of the ESC's it seems like the brake is on. I contacted HP but they were no help. Anyone have any suggestions on the reprogramming. There was no manual for the ESC
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    RE: FlyFly hobby Beech Duke


    ORIGINAL: handyman 220

    It's sold by Hobby People. Can't give you a link. They must not carry much stock, every time it is available it sells out. I did buy one, in my opinion it is not a very high quality kit. Not worth the price it is selling for. I had many issues assembling it, from missing screws to sloppy landing gear. it does look nice as a finished plane. I'm not sure how it flies as it hasn't maidened yet.I have to figure out the programming on one of the ESC's it seems like the brake is on. I contacted HP but they were no help. Anyone have any suggestions on the reprogramming. There was no manual for the ESC

    hi Handyman-

    Did you ever maiden this plane? I am considering a purchase of this plane....can you elaborate any further on your experiences? Did you buy it as a kit or plug and play?

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    RE: FlyFly hobby Beech Duke


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    RE: FlyFly hobby Beech Duke


    ORIGINAL: Gohmer

    http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1742424

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    Thanks Gohmer but that is not the same plane. It looks close but isn't.



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