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Old 07-30-2003, 05:20 PM
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You won't be sorry!!!
Old 07-30-2003, 05:25 PM
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Originally posted by RCBOZO
$149 Knife
$109 OS 46 FX
$ 50 Hitec Servos
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$ 308 Plus TAX

I think this might be the next project!
What are you waiting for ? Good combo there. Let us know if you are going to get it.
Old 07-30-2003, 05:27 PM
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My wife will! I have spent ALOT of money since I stared flying 4 - 5 months ago! O - WELL ! Does it get even more expensive when you start crashing these things?
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Hey I just had a thought Uncle Sam was sending out those Child Credit Checks this week right! Bingo I will cash it before my wife gets home she will never know the difference!
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Originally posted by Texas 3D
yeah

CRASH !!!!!
Sorry Ulf I wasn't refering to yours I had a Goldberg Extra
with a YS 120 that was real load also. I'll never cover one Black again.

Bill
Old 07-31-2003, 01:26 AM
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I started 3D stuff on a pizza box and moved to a PQHOR.

Then I broke down and bought a CG Extreme 330 and put an Irvine 53 on it.

Flies great. Got about 25 flights on it. Hovers well (with a little spoileron trim) and does more than I can at this point.

Good, solid plane. My 2 cents.
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I have just started 3D flying. my first plane was a top cap(nice).. My second was the Knife.. I have been told the Knife is the easiest to get out of a tight spot and I believe it. That would be my choice just by going on how I can fly it as a beginner. My only mod. to the plane is a taller gear set.
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Thanks Kirkman that was exactly what I was hopping someone would post. I was considering the TOP CAP because it looked better and has the fuel tank in the wing. I KNOW that I will be in tight spots with anything that I decide to go with. If the Knife can squirm it's way out of a tight spot better than most thats good enough for me!


Thank You to everyone who posted!

RCBOZO

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rcbozo,the best trainer profile is the Sudokoi, it can take a lot of abuse and keep on flying.
Old 08-05-2003, 10:33 AM
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I still have my Top Cap. love it too. but the Knife seems to be a better slow flying plane to aid in hoverbatics. would like to fly a su-do, but havent yet, I have heard good things of them also.
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I had a topcap also, with a rossi and a tune pipe simply ballistic. Sudukoi harriermatic, torque rolls once its start is like a spinning top.

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