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Old 06-05-2015, 09:20 AM
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Can anyone give me info on this ARF? It says OK Model Co.on the tail but it is so out of date I cannot get any info from the net. If you have owned or seen this plane flown please let me know.The CG is what I need to know the most. Thanks.
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Old 06-06-2015, 03:19 AM
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I'd us an online CG calculator for the CG http://www.scaleaero.com/CG_Calculator.htm

They sold them in the US in the mid 90's to early 2k's, It more known as an "EZ ARF"

There is a long thread in the "arf" section "EZ" arfs http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/arf-...rf-models.html

Company is actually still in business, they just don't have a US distributor
http://www.okmodel.co.jp/direct/

they're good flyers,,, good luck

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Thanks for the reply!I have a CG I would use but was checking for more info.It's good when someone helps out. Thanks. It's also good to hear its a good flyer. I bought it from a hobby shop on a whim but with no info so I was wondering .
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Yeah.. keep looking, as someone out there has to have the info you're looking for. Especially in the suggested forums scaleonly4me threw up there.. thats a great tip...

These were the cream of the crop in ARF's back in the early 90's... The biggest prob these had was the skin/shell wasn't extremely durable.. although the EZ's were a bit better then other foam-skinned ARF's.... as well as the graphics were over the top better then other offerings at that time. This plane with a .91 4-stroke is a fire-breather...

That's a good find there.. Have fun.
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Another thought, and you may have already checked... Is there any symbol(s) printed within the skin of the plane that might designate a CG location?.. Some of the more advanced ARF's actually had the CG symbol embedded in the print/graphics... Good luck.

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