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Needing a home for Os 91Fx

Old 01-10-2008, 10:24 PM
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I need some suggestion for my next plane. On hand I have an Os 91 Fx, that needs a home. I have looked at the Frenzy and the funtana 100, but think this motor wouldn't be enough power for these planes.
To aid in suggestions I thought I would list what I currently fly out of my hanger....H9 F-22, Nitro Models Bobcat, Gp Cap 580, Cedar Hobbies Twin Stik, Goldberg Ultimate(60 size),
Staudacher (60 size).

I currently fly off a fairly rough grass field, so I am wanting to stay away from anything with retracts...

Thanks in advance



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He already has one...

How about the Great Planes Venus II? That should be a bit different from your other planes and a lot of fun to fly with a .91 FX on the nose.

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I have my 91FX in a Seagull Yak. It flys it well but it's not a 3D machine. It's a good value for the money.
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How about something different, like a BTE Delta Vortex? I have two of these kits waiting for my building attention. I think flying wing type planes are fascinating.

http://www.btemodels.com/vortex.html
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wingspan i emailed u a plane i have for sale
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Wingspam,

Have you thought about the Great Planes U-Can-Do 60 ??? That .91FX should work great.


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I would suggest the Horizon Harrier 90. A good all around aerobatic model that can dabble in 3D, fly off of short fields, float like a butterfly and sting like a bee! It isn't really expensive either, which is a good thing.


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The Hangar 9 twist 60 would be a good choice if you want to dabble in 3d or just fly like a rocket.
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Modeltech Dragon Lady! After flying a buddy's I'm planning on getting one later this spring - with an OS .91 FX. Perfect combination of plane and engine, does just about anything you want and floats in on landing.

The Twist 60 is another great bird. I've been flying one with a TT .61 Pro and its a blast to fly, especially low and slow and I'm sure with a .91 it will liven it up a lot. Almost all my landings are on the rudder or tail wheel.

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Wingspam,

Have you thought about the Great Planes U-Can-Do 60 ??? That .91FX should work great.
Given that engine and your collection of current planes, I'd second the above suggestion.

This will give you a good stable and fun 3D flyer in your stable.
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I have mine piped, in a Sig King Kobra. It doesn't have retracts so it's perfect for unprepared fields. Unlimited vertical.
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How About a Midget Mustang ?

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Dont forget the little tonny for great planes, I saw one fly with a super tiger 90. It looked like a real blast to fly, it was fast, agile, and not at all sloppy.
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hi have mine (91 fx ) in a 60 ultra sport-the kit was just rereleased-by tower-but sold out-flies like a cahos-on rails--more power than you need-fly mostly at a little less than 1/2 throdel-for level flight-goes vertical-out of sight===tony===

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