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Old 08-15-2010, 09:01 PM
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I have a Saito 72 that needs a home...any suggestions? I had it on a Fascination 50, but I'm looking for something else to put it on.
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Old 08-15-2010, 09:56 PM
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I've looked at that one. Have you flown one?
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My home could use another one. Send it my way.

I had mine on an Escapade. Aside from having to check all screws on the plane every few flights due to vibration, the combo worked very well.

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Yes, I have flown it.
I still fly it, it is one of my favorite planes.
I have the Satio .72 in it and it is a good combo.
Everyone at the field likes it as well, for a hundred and sum odd dollars you wont go wrong.

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I have one in a 1600mm WS superchipmunk, great combo & the inverted low passes are great fun.
Cheers.
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The Toledo Special from Hanger 9 is a good flyer with a Saito 72. I really enjoy mine.

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How about a Twist?
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I picked up a used .46 Twist today for the Saito 72. I'll post some pics after I get it ready to fly.
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That is a very good fit for that Saito 72 I have that setup in my Twist with a apc 13X4W prop awesome !!!
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I have a Saito 72 that needs a home...any suggestions? I had it on a Fascination 50, but I'm looking for something else to put it on.
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