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CG Skylark 70 ARF

Old 09-25-2007, 09:07 PM
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Another great addition to the sport pilot's fleet...this bird is smooth flying - just like its smaller 'cousin' the original 'Skylark 56'.
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I completely agree Jerry. I just reviewed this plane for RCU Magazine (Review should go live any time now) It is not only an excellent flier, but the construction and covering job is top knotch!
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You noticed the covering also...any idea what it is? And I love the way it flys....as soon as I get the video, I'll post my review on 'the other' rc website
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Hard to surmise what the covering is. Goldberg used to own Ultracote, but Hobbico owns MonoKote. I'll have to ask GP next month at iHobby.
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Hard to surmise what the covering is. Goldberg used to own Ultracote, but Hobbico owns MonoKote. I'll have to ask GP next month at iHobby.
That should go well: "Hey, I really liked that covering that Goldberg used on the Skylark 70 ARF way better than Monokote! What was that exactly?"

Let us know how that goes.
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But it might BE MonoKote. After all, CGP sold UC a long time ago, so chances are they no longer use it.

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