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    Rc F22 Raptor

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    RE: Rc F22 Raptor

    Would that be one of those new DLJ's. lol

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    RE: Rc F22 Raptor

    What is the average life span of a styrofoam airplane?
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    RE: Rc F22 Raptor

    What is the average life span of a balsa plane?

    What is the average life span of a fiberglass plane?

    Who cares.

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    RE: Rc F22 Raptor

    I have found that the foam planes tend to warp over time( and not really that long for it to happen). I live in very low humidity. Fortunately, the light weight still allows them to fly. BUT my moto is to fly the heck out of it! I always trace everything so I can make another and not have to pay $40 for about $2 worth of foam. I can fly my foamies in my yard anytime it is calm. I take the bigger stuff to the club field when I can, and leave the foamies at home. There is a place for both!

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    RE: Rc F22 Raptor

    The question can not be done in these terms. It can last a lifetime, if you spend the whole life hanging in the garage ceiling ...

    This particular one lasted over a year, but with hundreds of flights under his belt. With so many flight hours and landings is natural to get some damage, always easy to repair ... until the final landing.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlorOAis_mk&hd=1[/youtube]

    As it took only a few hours to build, and the hardware was recovered intact, the cost is negligible ... € 20.00 in depron, paint and hot glue ... and above all is fun

    Soon, another like this, will fly again ...


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