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Discussion in 'How To- 3D Flying and Aerobatics Flying' started by Treetopflyer2, Aug 25, 2014.

   
  1. 3dNater

    3dNater 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    I figured he was worried about the hard plastic case (weight). Maybe I am confused.
     
  2. You are right

    My advice was off topic - sorry
     
  3. 3dNater

    3dNater 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    Not at all... I am operating on an assumption... I give you license to do the same :)
     
  4. Bbcorvette18

    Bbcorvette18 70cc twin V2

    Ive got a 6100e in mine.
     
  5. Flyboy

    Flyboy New to GSN!

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    Thank you all for help. Took the plastic case off and got the cg where I want it and it fits in the very little compartment perfectly. I do thank I will go with a TH receiver when I order my next plane( we all know there will be another one or two).
     
  6. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    [MENTION=3411]Flyboy[/MENTION], I've got 3 extra mini spektrum compatible rx, (I fly Hitec now) so send me a PM if you want to snag 'em cheap. :)
     
  7. There is *always* another one or two airplanes

    ;-)
     
  8. Guys have this stupid but important question, when a 3D pilot flies does he always knows exactly what stuns is he going to perform? And the exact timing?

    Thank you so much ✈️
     
  9. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    When in a competition, yes... But when flying for fun, usually not. That's the cool and fun thing about 3D, every flight can be different
     
  10. Treetopflyer2

    Treetopflyer2 New to GSN!

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    I now have a twisted hobbies 32" foamy. Does one look at the prop end or the tail for correstion?
    Dave
     

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