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Old 08-21-2003, 01:08 AM
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The Carden 35% Edge is a sweet one. We have a guy in Advanced with a new 35% Edge that has been ripping it up with a number of wins.
Old 09-02-2003, 11:59 PM
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if you want a plane to build than I recommend a CA 300L if you want a plane under 100' . than a 31% or a 27% 82 inches . I have a 34% and for IMAC it is great I was winning the points in the NC area ,but I went to intermediate in the last contest. It flies really good smooth and can 3D very well . I have built two 34% and a 31 % . Very easy to build and the price is very cheap. I have three first and three seconds in sportsman out of six contest. so you tell me if it sounds good. Carden is great (any of thier planes) but I have a apartment,with two roommates. no room to build a plane like that. MY 34% is the best plane I have ever flown,and I have been flying for 18 years. you can get good help at planes plus , Don and carla can help you with anything you need. email me if you have ???. but you have to figure out what You want. if you want precision and 3D than the extra is the answer.. deweyd
Old 09-04-2003, 03:50 PM
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wow thanks for the great advice

whats with teh thread stating planes plus has all seconds?
Old 09-04-2003, 04:27 PM
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I believe that's in regard to the composite planes that are now sold by Planesplus.com (http://www.planesplus.com) and Composite-Arf (http://www.composite-arf.com/ar/Main). Composite-Arf formed after a misunderstanding between the two.

CA (Columbo Anderson) planes are only distributed by Planesplus, so no seconds there...
Old 09-08-2003, 05:03 PM
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Default RE: good imac plane?

You mentioned wanting to build a kit. And, I agree with those who said go EXTRA. I'm thinking about these kits from AeroTech... they look good and are priced right.

[link=http://www.aerotech-rcmodels.com/]AeroTech Kits[/link]
Old 10-03-2003, 09:24 PM
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Does anyone have any experiance with the TMB extra 260, how do they compaire to the Composte Afr 2.6?

No one seems to mention the Airwild Giles either . . any info on that?

Thanks

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Old 10-06-2003, 03:35 AM
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RobT;

I recalled seeing a post a few days ago on AirWild G300 that was answered by someone who actually had flown the AirWild G300. Try do a "search" for AirWild and maybe it will pull up the post. Good luck.

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