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Old 09-14-2004, 07:28 AM
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I want a sig fazer so can someone tell me about it. And show me some cool pics.

Thanks Matt
Old 09-14-2004, 12:09 PM
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well i had one it sucked not really a good profile plane more like a funfly. fast rolls but not even enough rudder or elevator surfaces. i traded mine in on a real profile i have ordered from omp. what engine are you going to put on yours? i had a rossi 53 on it and it now has a saito .82 on it lol
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I got one used and flew it for a day.. actually I only got one flight out of it. And broke half the elevator off in flight[X(]
Old 09-14-2004, 07:34 PM
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The Sig Fazer is an OK sport airplane but it does not come close to the 3D performance of some of the available profiles on the market today. If you want a profile kit to build, look hard at the OMP line of kits or the Burrito.
Old 09-19-2004, 11:37 AM
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I had a Fazer with a K&B .45 on it. It was FUN to fly, but is not in the same league with the all out 3D ships. If you're just looking for something to bash around the sky it's a good plane.
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Old 09-29-2004, 04:38 PM
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I had a Fazer. I increased the control surface area by a bunch, shortened the nose moment by an inch and a half and it hovered and flipped like a dream. Back then I didn't know how to harrier so I can't comment on that, but it was a good beginner 3D ship. My Wild hare Extra kicks its butt, though!
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It's not a real stretch to increase the tail and rudder surfaces to mo generous proportions to accomodate your need to 3D. The rest is just rebalancing the plane. There is no magic to making a 3D plane.
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Well I liked my Fazer. IT does all the basic manuvers very well, but don't expect it to do any radical 3D manuvears. And this all that I have left of it after a 1/3 scale extra hit me with his 28 inch prop. if the picture shows up
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Fazer adventures...I made my first Fazer like a P-51, but it came together with a trainer airplane that was pulling a streamer and I got a little too close. The second Fazer I covered like the old Patty Wagstaff Extra, and it won several trophies for me at fun-flys. That was years ago, however, and fun fly planes have come a long way since then. It's still a fun, cheap plane to mess around with. When I bought my first one they were $48 for each kit. I built the second one in a weekend, start to finish. At one point I had another set of landing gear on top of the plane, shaved the top of the fin/rudder an inch, and could land upside down or right side up...it was a blast!
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