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SPA3D compared to a Sledge or an OMP edge.

Old 06-25-2003, 11:11 PM
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Default SPA3D compared to a Sledge or an OMP edge.

I am currently flying an OMP edge and I am going to maiden a Sledge either tomoorow or this weekend. I am also in the process of building a SPA3D and wanted to see how they compare in the area of hovering and harriers.

Any feedback before I find out myself would be appreciated I just finished those last two and I am kinda suffering from builders burnout and need some new motivation
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Default SPA3D compared to a Sledge or an OMP edge.

It will harrier just as well or better than the sledge or OMP. Hover and t-roll I'd say are more stable with the balsa stuff. My Extreme 330 is more stable in hover, but I have just as much fun t-rolling my spa3d inches off the ground. You'll love it if you in to harriering and hovering and t-rolling.

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Any rolling move is better with balsa IMO. When I went to good servos and 4-40 rods my SPA3-D is really stable in a hover but TR are pretty sketchy. Flat spins are super with a SPA3-d. Really tight + blenders are nice!!

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