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Old 03-05-2008, 06:30 PM
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I was looking at the solo props for big warbirds. Do you guys have any experience with them. At $300.00 a pop I need some feedback.

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Old 03-05-2008, 08:53 PM
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Grade A top of the line. Look very scale, well built and the replacement blades are around $20 if I remember correctly. I bought one for my gear reduction on my 1/3 scale curtiss hawk I am building ( www.putfile.com/pahtreek ). But I know 2 people who have them on G-62's and love them.
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Fabulous hardware and support. I had the "old style" hub which the guys verified for me that I could get the new-style props for. In my case, I was going for a 28" FW190 style paddle blades, finished in black for my 1/5 scale electric powered SisT FW190D9... Should be a nice windmill for for the Dora for sure... Anyway, for the price, top notch product...!


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Hi,
Abolutly great working and good looking props. Good support. Here is some picture of my exbearcat (sold) and my FW 190.
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Old 03-06-2008, 01:46 AM
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Default RE: SOLO props any good ???


ORIGINAL: TimD.

Do you guys have any experience with them. At $300.00 a pop I need some feedback.

Thanks
Tim
What sorta question is this?
Many guys here are pimping their little $150 ARF's with $300 and $300 scale exhaust!
Now use that rational reasoning to work that one out Tim.[sm=bananahead.gif]
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Default RE: SOLO props any good ???

He lives in my town, we have 150 modelers in his backyard and I have not seen a single prop [X(]

I actually stumbled across his website and was quite surprised to learn he lived right here, in my town, interesting! One of the guys in the club knows him but has not said much! His product looks amazing though !

Just had to share that!

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