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Old 01-23-2013, 02:17 PM
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Hi guys.
There are several Viper Jets available.
Which one to choose for a JC 140RX ?

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Hello

Skymaster Large one, simple the best!

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Thanks Igor.
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Hi Achilles, the large SM Viperjet is a great flying model, with a outstanding landing gear and the 140 will be enough for flying it. However I think it will lack vertical performance.


The 2M SM would be a good option too presuming it wouldn┬┤t desintegrate with the 140.. however that┬┤s why we have throttle control!


The C-ARF (skygate) Viperjet would be also a interesting option as its size is between SM┬┤s two models..



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Hi Achilles, the large SM Viperjet is a great flying model, with a outstanding landing gear and the 140 will be enough for flying it. However I think it will lack vertical performance.
Thank you very much,

Skymaster Large Viper Jet: dry weight 17.5kg (38.5lbs), and for the vertical performance with a P-140RX enough,

first flight: http://youtu.be/d4yyHX2QTXI

second: http://youtu.be/XiVtPk24CWU

# 3 and #4 flights:

http://youtu.be/vWGTX5MNBlI

http://youtu.be/LVP7Eg6eskg
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Skygate Carf. Sorry Anton, I have owned one of your large vipers and its a beutiful airplane, unfortunately, only on the outside.

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Hi Achilles, the large SM Viperjet is a great flying model, with a outstanding landing gear and the 140 will be enough for flying it. However I think it will lack vertical performance.
Thank you very much,

Skymaster Large Viper Jet: dry weight 17.5kg (38.5lbs), and for the vertical performance with a P-140RX enough,

first flight: http://youtu.be/d4yyHX2QTXI

second: http://youtu.be/XiVtPk24CWU

# 3 and #4 flights:

http://youtu.be/vWGTX5MNBlI

http://youtu.be/LVP7Eg6eskg


Hi Anton, my Viper has a 170N Rhino and think the vertical performance is just enough.. anything less would be disappointing to me, but this of course is just my opinion.
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