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Old 08-24-2009, 08:40 AM   #1
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Hello guys I need help! I need to know how and what to mount to my Reflex New Power Modelismè! Thank you all in advance

http://www.newpower-modelisme.com/mo...-37-311-1.html
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Old 08-24-2009, 09:19 AM   #2
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8.11oz. for an indoor foamy?? Maybe... a hacker a10-9L on 2s, depends on what type of flying you want to do. Keep your equipment as light as possible.
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Old 08-24-2009, 10:25 AM   #3
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8.11oz. for an indoor foamy?? Maybe... a hacker a10-9L on 2s, depends on what type of flying you want to do. Keep your equipment as light as possible.
It is not too small the hacker A10-9L? Are no better 3S? My kind of flight is from E-TOC say!

I recommend a servo for both ailerons or one, and especially in the fuselage or the wing? Thank you very much!!!
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Most of the guys flying at the E-toc are flying foamies that are 4 - 5 OZ total.

At 8+ oz that plane is HEAVY.

Check our www.fancyfoam.com

This plane was flown by I'd say 70% of all the ETOC pilots in the freestyle:
http://stores.homestead.com/fancyfoa...55M/Detail.bok

I had one that was 4.9 oz it was awesome!
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Old 08-24-2009, 10:57 AM   #5
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My Osiris from ETOC weighed 4.25 oz WITH the battery. An 8oz foamy is not very good for ETOC/indoor type flying.
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Most of the guys flying at the E-toc are flying foamies that are 4 - 5 OZ total.

At 8+ oz that plane is HEAVY.

Check our www.fancyfoam.com

This plane was flown by I'd say 70% of all the ETOC pilots in the freestyle:
http://stores.homestead.com/fancyfoa...55M/Detail.bok

I had one that was 4.9 oz it was awesome!
Thanks but I did not always available and the gym so I have to fly even in outdoor. Therefore I need a model with a rather large (correct me if I'm wrong). Thank you!
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