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Quick 60 (pro?)...I have one, anyone else?

Old 05-07-2019, 08:13 PM
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Default Quick 60 (pro?)...I have one, anyone else?

Hey fellas! I have a quick 60, or it may be a 60 pro, Iím not exactly sure. I bought it back in 2006 and have just taken it back down out of the rafters to complete it.
I donít have it done yet, but I wanted to see if there are any others that have any experience with the quick RC helicopters. I donít see a specific form for quick worldwide here, but Iím hoping that maybe someone here may have seen something somewhere else?
I do have a molded fiberglass Fuselage (Twinstar 355N)made by Steve hunt over in Australia, that I plan on installing after itís flown am properly adjusted.

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Old 05-08-2019, 03:28 PM
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No sir, I never heard of a Quick 60 heli.Who is it made by? Can you send me a few pictures? I also have some relatives in Richmond,ok check back with me brother.Thanks
Old 05-08-2019, 04:38 PM
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Look up Vintage RC Helicopters Quick 60 I just pulled it up a saw where it also has a Manuel to download. Thats a good looking bird. Good luck.
Old 10-28-2019, 08:13 PM
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QWW (Quick World Wide) went out of business in the early to mid 2000's I want to say 2003 or 2004? They were cool blingy helicopters with the fancy billet aluminum but from what guys said on the forums back then is that they were not quality machines. I wouldnt fly it. Old helis like that are best for experienced pilots that sunday fly them and possibly someone that is a machinist that can make parts for it. If you crash, its going in the dumpster.

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