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Old 05-03-2005, 09:29 PM
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Default WM 28% EXTRA 330L

I have also posted this in the Giant Scale forum but got no replies.

I am after some info on the new World Models 28% extra 330L? So far I know that comes in two colour scemes (blue/white/red) and (purple/white/green), it has a wingspan of 90 inches, and a AUW of 18.5Lbs, and a wing area of 1482 sq in.

I am thinking of getting one for my next project and powering it with a 3W 60. Has any one built one or see one fly? I'm not after a 3d plane just something for scale and sport aerobatics.

here is the pics I've found so far.
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Old 05-03-2005, 10:36 PM
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Default RE: WM 28% EXTRA 330L

I bought the 160 version of the Extra, did not build it and sold it to a palwho wanted it bad but I must say that the plane is well manufactured. I got no complain about it. I was told by other fliers who have flown it that the plane flies very well with a 40cc gasser. If the new 90" momma is of the same quality etc then you are in for a whale of a time. At 18 lbs she is going to be a very good flying plane with the 3W-60. Doubt if it will be able to execute amazing 3D with a 60cc only.
Old 05-04-2005, 03:14 AM
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Default RE: WM 28% EXTRA 330L

Yeah I also have the 80" WM patty with a G38 in it. It a well built plane and is now almost 3 years old. I do know that most world models kits a of great quality!! and there is normally only minor things to fix durring the build process. Does anyone out the have one of these yet? I'd really like to see a few pics as the ones from the world models website aren't all that clear. The website says it will have unlimited vertical with a 60cc gas engine. Do you think this is true? Which colour sceme do you think is the best?
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Default RE: WM 28% EXTRA 330L

I am currently flying this model with a zenoah 62cc in it, I have been able to ge tthe weight down to 18.5lbs and the model flys superbly.
It would strugle with 3D as it is not designed to do 3D, I can confirm that vertical power is as it says on the box, with the 62cc zenoah in it id is perfect, just make sure you keep the weight down, hope this hepls you mate.
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