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Old 12-07-2004, 11:45 PM
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does anyone have any building or flying tips about the jouster 2? is there anything i should know about it? any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 12-08-2004, 12:33 PM
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What point are you at in the build? Harley has a web site for the GENIE and is a wealth of knowledge regarding the J2 as well, it is:

http://genie.rchomepage.com

If you have some more specific question, I'll be glad to help as well. I built one in 00-01 and flew it for the past several years. I really enjoyed it. It launches hard and flys well. Mine was pretty much stock with a vacuum bagged wing. It is one tough bird, never really had a fuse problem other than scratches, I bent a few wing joiners.

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Old 12-08-2004, 04:53 PM
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Max,

I have built a couple of the original Jouster and hope to build a version of the J2 this winter. Harley's designs fly very well and can win contests. The Jouster is very rugged/resiliant and easy to fly. The only thing better than one of Harley's planes is two of Harley's planes.

To Kevin Sheen - I didn't get mine built last due winter to medical adventures.

Ken
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Ken, sorry to hear about the health issue but I hope it is resolved. Stay in touch this winter as you build, I'll do the same.

Kevin

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