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Old 03-16-2006, 09:05 PM
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Hi i need know as of these airplanes is best for IMAC with a .91 webra or magnum
[link]http://ak-models.com/arfmodels/Extra%20300S%20-%2060%20Blue/extra60blue%20(1)_small.JPG[/link]Fuselage length: 53 in / 1340 mm
Wing span: 63 in / 1600mm
Engine Required: 2c 0.61-0.75 cu in
4c 0.91 cu in
[link]http://ak-models.com/arfmodels/Cap232%20-%2060/cap232_60%20(1)_small.JPG[/link]
Wing span: 63.4in / 1610mm

Wing area: 702 sq in / 45.3 sq dm
Flying weight: 6.5lb / 2950g
Fuselage length: 53 in / 1340 mm
Engine Required: 2c 0.61-0.75 cu in or 4c 0.91 cu in

[link]http://www.horizonhobby.com/ProdInfo/SEA/250/SEA2025-250.jpg[/link]
Wing Span: 63.5 in (1612 mm)
Overall Length: 45.5 in (1156 mm)
Wing Area: 768 sq in (49.5 dm²)
Flying Weight: 6 - 7 lb (2.7 - 3.2 kg)
Engine Size: .61 - .78 (2-stroke), .65 - 1.00 (4-stroke)
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Old 03-16-2006, 09:16 PM
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which ever one looks best to you. the smaller lighter plane is going to perform better.
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Old 03-16-2006, 09:24 PM
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between the first two but i not known how Flying the cap
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In my opinion the cap looks way better than the other 2, but cant comment on how they fly.
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Old 03-17-2006, 08:24 AM
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The CAP is known as the "snap" 232 -- how good is your flying?
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Old 03-18-2006, 08:48 PM
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I don't understand this "Snap Cap" reputation. I've owned 2 of the World Models CAP 232's and a Kyosho .60 size CAP 232. All three of them have been wonderful flying airplanes. True, they are not meant for beginners and thier ability to perform advanced aerobatics tend to make them less forgiving. I love the way they look, love the way they fly and love the way they Snap.
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Old 03-18-2006, 11:05 PM
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They all weigh relatively the same.

Get the one with the most wing area. [sm=thumbup.gif]

Doesn't matter if it's an Extra or a Cap or a Yak. If your flying IMAC Beginner class with a glow motor--the one with the most wing area will fly the best.
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Old 03-19-2006, 05:28 AM
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I really believe the "snap" reputation came from the cap21 as it will snap in a heartbeat if you try to slow it down to much. I have the old great planes 60 size cap21 with 72" wingspan and it is alot of fun but will keep you on your toes. I also fly a cap232 from yellow aircraft and its tendency to snap is not like that of the cap21. Keep the plane light and you will like any of them.
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