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Old 02-07-2005, 04:54 PM
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What 40/50cc 3D Gas Plane should I buy. Thinking Kangke Texas Hurricane or WildHare Edge.
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Old 02-07-2005, 10:37 PM
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Not familar with those planes. I have seen the single wing Vision design fly and it was very impressive with a DA 50
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Old 02-18-2005, 02:25 PM
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Hi. I just finished up my wildhare edge540 with a DA50 on it. I flew it around for 3 or 4 laps last saturday and it flys Excellent!!! I dont think any 50CC airplane flys or looks better than it. It is VERY forgiving and it will not stall even at the very slightest speed, it will just decline straight down, or as I and many others call it, it will do a Elevator. It flys much better than my 27% Cap 232 from Hanger9. Don flew my Cap232 in Huntsville,AL at RCRC. I think he remembers me? My name is Matt Hornbuckle and my Dads name is Gene Hornbuckle. But anyways, I would go for the wilhare if I were you. I have not flown the Texas Hurricane but I have seen it and it doesnt look like it is built as well. Talk to Tom Faucett for more info on the wildhare or go to wildharerc.com . This is just my 2 cents. Hope to see you again soon Don.

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Hello. I miss Huntsville a lot. However, best of luck with the Wild Hare. Glad it flies well. Maybe you'll let me give it a spin the next time I'm in town.

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You might want to take a look at Extreme Flight's 87" Yak. Initial reviews are very promising. Nice thing is that it's a 3D animal, but can also fly the IMAC pattern quite well. Only problem is that they're in such demand right now, there may not be any available. Talk to Chris at Extreme Flight if you're interested.

There's a huge thread here on RCU about this airplane. Just do a search for it in the 3D section.

Here's the Extreme Flight website:

http://www.extremeflightrc.com/

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