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Old 08-04-2006, 10:00 PM
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Hey guys, does anybody know if this is a good micro r/c plane? Thanks ----- http://www.raidentech.com/rtoflmiflrar.html
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Bad.
Old 08-05-2006, 10:19 AM
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i had one of those, its just a clone of the WattAge MicroFlyer. a handfull of other people had bought them, and just like the real WAMF, it was a 50/50 shot on whether or not it would actually fly. mine never did, it would just kinda wallow down to the ground quickly, the gearbox broke easier too and the lipo was junk. BUT, the RX and TX are better than the WAMFs, the TX actually has sticks, not those freakin little buttons, and the RX has a two stage throttle - low throttle for cruising around, high throttle for gaining altitude. the plane stinks, but the electronics are good for conversions, thats about it.

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