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darticus 04-27-2008 07:02 PM

4D planes? Should they be over 6oz?
 
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Will a 6oz plane work with I guess a heaver prop system like used for 4D? These are my lightweight planes. Thanks Ron

qwertypemdas 10-18-2008 09:13 PM

RE: 4D planes? Should they be over 6oz?
 
Well...you really shouldn't put one on the BUG because it's built to be a SLOW LIGHT plane. And VPP is pretty heavy. I would only recomend VPP for about a 9-12 oz plane. And by the way, do you have any more pix or some vids of your bug? I'm thinking of getting one> :D

darticus 10-19-2008 06:28 AM

RE: 4D planes? Should they be over 6oz?
 
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Bug is really a great almost indestructible plane. Great for learning and advanced. Here is my new blue one. Ron

qwertypemdas 10-19-2008 05:00 PM

RE: 4D planes? Should they be over 6oz?
 
Cool, thanks for the quick reply (I was almost certain this thread was "dead"). I'll probably be ordering a blue BUG some time this week. I'll try and post some pix. ;) Are there any mods or tips you would recommend for this plane?

darticus 10-19-2008 05:41 PM

RE: 4D planes? Should they be over 6oz?
 
Just build it and have fun! Ron

isaac 09-11-2009 10:32 AM

RE: 4D planes? Should they be over 6oz?
 
I'm in process of building 17oz airplane with the VVP. Its the Aeroworks 260 EP 3D. i hope it will work well........
Axi 2212/34 EVP with Jeti advance plus 30-3p and 1500mah 3cell batt.


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