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  1. Bill G
    03-03-2009 06:36 AM
    Bill G
    I'm glad I didn't get Plantraco. I almost did, but I don't like the proprietary transmitter/rec. I figured something better like Spektrum would come down the pipe. Fortunately, I like brushless micro stuff like EDF30 jets, where the Plantraco gear is not that practical, so I didn't get it. The little brushed motors won't power the scale stuff that I like, such as the heavier Dumas 16" Peashooter I got flying recently.
  2. swass rc dawg
    03-02-2009 11:37 PM
    swass rc dawg
    yea im trying to sell my dx6 to my friend at work 100$ for radio & 1 receiver hope he dose it then it is dx6i time man that 15''sukhoi with that spektrum AR6400 receiver installed in it is A heck of A deal at 99$ I think wen i get it I mite put A brush less out runner on it I just got some plantraco gear spent 350$ all together if I had seen that plane and the new brick by spectrum I wood have waited on plantraco oh well don't tell my wife let me know what you think
  3. Bill G
    03-02-2009 10:52 PM
    Bill G
    I wish I had waited to buy a DX6i, instead of the DX6 I have. I almost bought the newer DSM2 trans, and will when I have loot again. I'd really like to be able to start using the micro PZ gear.
  4. swass rc dawg
    03-02-2009 12:09 PM
    swass rc dawg
    you have to check out the new pz 15'' sukhou bind&fly 4ch it has the new spectrum ar6400 like the pz brick but better it is A 6ch spectrum 1.1 oz 34gr 99$
  5. Bill G
    01-14-2009 09:49 PM
    Bill G
    Most of the Guillows Bipes and tripes I have are 7oz and heavier, defying all the idiots that insist they must be unreasonably light, but obviously have never built them to know. The DR1 should have had Microlite, but it has much heavier Econokote and is around 7oz AUW. The Econokote looks much better as it is not semi-transparent.

    If you read my threads, almost always you will find the gear/covering used. I can't remember them all of top of head. That's why there are threads. There is a DR1 thread here somewhere.
  6. swass rc dawg
    01-14-2009 05:57 AM
    swass rc dawg
    that guillows dr1 & se5a is so cool my two favorite planes I saw the se5a on the guillows home page way don't you put the dr1 on all so show just how some hard work on A model can turn into a awesome rc plane !!!!
    how much do the way? WHAT DID YOU USE TO COVER THEM IN?
    servos? esc? motor?the works
  7. swass rc dawg
    01-14-2009 05:31 AM
    swass rc dawg
    that helps me a lot bill thank you. So do you have any pics of the two peashooters side by side
  8. swass rc dawg
    01-13-2009 05:40 AM
    swass rc dawg
    do you have any pics of the peashooters insides how did you have your radio set up dif expo and excreta your wings are level no dihedral is it 3ch?? i JUST WONT MY CHEROKE to turn out to be an excellent flier it will have elevator and aileron's and I put 2'' more on the wings hope that will do some thing good
  9. swass rc dawg
    01-07-2009 06:38 AM
    swass rc dawg
    thanks for your reply on my 20'' build
  10. Bill G
    09-07-2008 06:36 PM
    Bill G
    Murco, I saw a notification and thought I was getting in trouble for it. (eek!)
    I think it should be everyone's avatar. LOL!

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