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reccomend a 3d foamy?

Old 01-15-2008, 11:15 PM
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Default reccomend a 3d foamy?

Looking for a new foamy, currently flying the Charger RC (CR-1) but want something much smaller. Tried the E flite Tensor in the past, and the flat outs (takes way to long to build) Any reccomendations? Will be using a Park 370 outrunner on it. Thanks.
Old 01-16-2008, 10:01 AM
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The flat outs took way too long to build?
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I thought so...compared to something like Charger RC planes. I had the Flatana and it took a long time to put all those hinges on the carbon spars. Pain in the rear.
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I see, well, 3DFoamy.com planes range from 35" to 45", Id say the pro planes would work with your motor setup.

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