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Raptor G2 vs. T Rex G2

Old 11-22-2006, 01:23 AM
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Default Raptor G2 vs. T Rex G2

Hello Everyone,

I just want to know a little more about the Raptor G2 vs. T-Rex 450 XL. This is a dollar for dollar issue... I would like to know everyones opinon as far having a heli ready to fly right out of the box, as to building up the T Rex XL piece by piece.
Old 11-22-2006, 07:44 AM
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It sounds like you are discussing 2 issues. Cost and arf vs kit.
On the ARF vs kit issue, I strongly feel that the kit will be better for you. You will crash. You will need to replace parts, tweak the setup, and troubleshoot problems. This is MUCH more likely to be done accurately if you build the machine yourself.
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The Raptor G2 is really a great right out of the box helicopter. I know that it may be better to build a helicopter from the ground up, but with work and long hours it can seem like a difficult task on hand. These days I fly other people's helicopters and they have it all set up and ready to go. I do know that I will learn more if I built the helicopter myself, but I work building computers and do enough trouble shooting throughout the day; so when I fly a helicopter it is just to fly and enjoy my time burning fuel...

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