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Old 05-15-2008, 03:35 PM   #126
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Your continuing assistance in breaking people of their dirty liquid fuel habits is appreciated
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Old 05-16-2008, 10:15 AM   #127
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I'll have larger motors and larger Lipos listed by the end of this month - thanks for asking.

And Slowjohn is correct - no plans to close the eBay store.

How large Jeff? I've been looking at the Wing Mfg. Corsair short kit and also their Mustang. I just can't seem to make up my mind.
There's just so many planes and of course I'm limited on space but mostly $$$

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Old 05-16-2008, 02:13 PM   #128
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How large Jeff? I've been looking at the Wing Mfg. Corsair short kit and also their Mustang. I just can't seem to make up my mind.
There's just so many planes and of course I'm limited on space but mostly $$$

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Well, that Corsair would be a good test plane for the largest motor. I'll test the motors and publish the thrust data, and you guys can decide what size plane to put them on

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Old 05-16-2008, 03:39 PM   #129
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Well, that Corsair would be a good test plane for the largest motor. I'll test the motors and publish the thrust data, and you guys can decide what size plane to put them on
The scales just got tipped towards the Corsair but then you know how I feel about Corsairs too don't ya and since I need to order the A-26 Invader cowls anyway...

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Old 05-17-2008, 01:59 AM   #130
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Sounds great.

I have an 80" cub that needs powering.

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Great to see so much positive feedback!

I just placed a big order for everything I've been needing lately, hoping all goes well and I can continue to shop/recommend Heads Up.


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Old 08-07-2008, 05:06 PM   #132
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Thumbs up HeadsupRC = Excellent customer service!

I want to commend Jeff on his business sense. Repeat customers are such because of excellent customer service and this promotes new customers that become repeat customers!
I think Jeff is an enthusiast that has a store and for this he understands his customer needs. Quality products, low prices, low shipping prices and superior customer service before and after the sale. I hope he thrives and soon can expand his inventory so I don't ever have to look elsewhere for RC merchandise.
Kudos to you Jeff and thank you for doing business the old fashioned way.

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Old 08-15-2008, 06:33 AM   #133
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Yep I received everything quickly and again the quality is much greater than the price would lead you to believe.

I will continue to buy from Heads Up!
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Old 11-17-2008, 10:37 PM   #134
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Another well-deserved thanks to Jeff @ HeadsUpRC. Placed an order for some props and a motor mount on Friday evening, and it was shipped Saturday morning. Got it today!

Fantastic, especially since I wanted the props for vacation; we leave Thursday! Now I have them!

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Old 11-18-2008, 01:02 AM   #135
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Another well-deserved thanks to Jeff @ HeadsUpRC. Placed an order for some props and a motor mount on Friday evening, and it was shipped Saturday morning. Got it today!

Fantastic, especially since I wanted the props for vacation; we leave Thursday! Now I have them!

Thanks Jeff! You are the best!

Glad to hear the package arrived so quickly, and I appreciate the business!
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Kev:::I screwed up BIG TIME when I ordered With Pay-Pal while Half asleep and thought I'd REALLY SCREWED UP MY ACCT!!!!Jeff saw the prob and got back with me toot-sweet to fix my mess-up!!Kudo's to Jeff!! Heads up the best there is, (bub, steve

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Kev:::I screwed up BIG TIME when I ordered With Pay-Pal while Half asleep and thought I'd REALLY SCREWED UP MY ACCT!!!!Jeff saw the prob and got back with me toot-sweet to fix my mess-up!!Kudo's to Jeff!! Heads up the best there is, (bub, steve
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Old 11-19-2008, 02:03 AM   #138
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Kev:::I screwed up BIG TIME when I ordered With Pay-Pal while Half asleep and thought I'd REALLY SCREWED UP MY ACCT!!!!Jeff saw the prob and got back with me toot-sweet to fix my mess-up!!Kudo's to Jeff!! Heads up the best there is, (bub, steve
Yep, He is the best IMO.
This is the 3rd year I've been dealing with Jeff. Since I first ordered from Jeff I've only ordered from him that what he has carried. I really can't see myself doing business with anyone else because of his way of doing business, the way business should be conducted, that "Old Fashioned" way.

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Yep, He is the best IMO.
This is the 3rd year I've been dealing with Jeff. Since I first ordered from Jeff I've only ordered from him that what he has carried. I really can't see myself doing business with anyone else because of his way of doing business, the way business should be conducted, that "Old Fashioned" way.

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Just placed another order with Jeff's co. for some props and one of his BP21 motors that are on sale now......IF I would just stop breaking those props and learn how ta land my foamy belly goer's I wouldn't hafta use Jeff's website!
WELL, ya know I ain't gonna learn that quick so I just keep him in my favorites and check his site every so often for sales and stuff. I didn't need another motor but he's got them priced sooooo tasty and welll.......how can ya resist anyways?!

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Just placed another order with Jeff's co. for some props and one of his BP21 motors that are on sale now......IF I would just stop breaking those props and learn how ta land my foamy belly goer's I wouldn't hafta use Jeff's website!
WELL, ya know I ain't gonna learn that quick so I just keep him in my favorites and check his site every so often for sales and stuff. I didn't need another motor but he's got them priced sooooo tasty and welll.......how can ya resist anyways?!

hehe, Jeff, your the best!

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Dangit, Ray......I didn't realize they were on sale.......

I had to go and buy 2 more to have a couple spares......

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Just addding to the ever growing list of compliments. I converted to electric last year, and discovered Jeffs Ebay store. Well thats been about $900.00 ago, and I keep my buying through him. When I first asked for help getting the right motor, I received almost an instant reply, and it has always been the same with any questions that I have. Very helpful. What impressed me the most though was I bought a few extra batteries, (of course I got them the next day, still dont know how he does that) and they sat on my bench for 2 weeks. When I took one of the out of the box it was puffy. Being new to electric I asked for his advice, and if I had done something wrong. Well, he told me how to discharge it, dispose of it, and then he replaced it. You have a customer for life Jeff, and I keep passing the word.
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Just addding to the ever growing list of compliments. I converted to electric last year, and discovered Jeffs Ebay store. Well thats been about $900.00 ago, and I keep my buying through him. When I first asked for help getting the right motor, I received almost an instant reply, and it has always been the same with any questions that I have. Very helpful. What impressed me the most though was I bought a few extra batteries, (of course I got them the next day, still dont know how he does that) and they sat on my bench for 2 weeks. When I took one of the out of the box it was puffy. Being new to electric I asked for his advice, and if I had done something wrong. Well, he told me how to discharge it, dispose of it, and then he replaced it. You have a customer for life Jeff, and I keep passing the word.
Yes, Jeff does service his customer like no other e-retailer. However, his lipos are mediocre at best. Jeff was kind enough to replace 1 of 3 WOW packs I bought that became useless after a year even though I properly used them and stored with 50% charge. I monitor my packs with a Computerized Battery Anayzer (CBAII) so the data is real not just a feeling. I have a range of packs (about 35) from Fusion to Hobby City. The WOW packs ranked slightly above the lousy ABF's I bought. Jeff did send me one pack as a replacment -- a Powerup pack. So far, it's behaved well but nothing that justifies the extra $20 over a vanilla HC Zippy.

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"Yes, Jeff does service his customer like no other e-retailer."

Thank you for the nice comment, and Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thank you for the nice comment, and Happy Thanksgiving!
You deserve it. I too have sung the "HeadsupRc praises". Jeff, as long as you keep providing the service levels that you do, you're going to keep mine and a lot of others business.

I've ordered from Jeff at least 10 times and have been totally happy with the service every time. Like someone else said, Jeff provides an old fashioned business...Service and Keep the Customer Happy. A rare thing these days.
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Yes, Jeff does service his customer like no other e-retailer. However, his lipos are mediocre at best. Jeff was kind enough to replace 1 of 3 WOW packs I bought that became useless after a year even though I properly used them and stored with 50% charge. I monitor my packs with a Computerized Battery Anayzer (CBAII) so the data is real not just a feeling. I have a range of packs (about 35) from Fusion to Hobby City. The WOW packs ranked slightly above the lousy ABF's I bought. Jeff did send me one pack as a replacment -- a Powerup pack. So far, it's behaved well but nothing that justifies the extra $20 over a vanilla HC Zippy.
Maybe I do not completely understand the differances between brands of batteries, but my feeling is they are not "mediocre at best". Of the first 4 I bought over a year ago, they still run strong and true with over 500 flights per battery, (I keep a very detailed flight log, ie: Flight times, air temp, charge and discharge rates, balancing, pilot errors etc.) and feel for the great price and service, they do just fine for me without paying the LHS 3 times as much for the same size battery. Maybe I am just lucky, but 35.00 divided by 500 comes to 0.07 cents a flight. Lot better than nitro and I dont have to clean up my aircraft. P.S. Thought you might like to see my next effort, a 138" Valkyrie all cut and ready to go. Striving to keep under 3.5 lbs. Hope to have in the air by Christmas! Any motor suggestions Jeff?


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Maybe I do not completely understand the differances between brands of batteries, but my feeling is they are not "mediocre at best". Of the first 4 I bought over a year ago, they still run strong and true with over 500 flights per battery, (I keep a very detailed flight log, ie: Flight times, air temp, charge and discharge rates, balancing, pilot errors etc.) and feel for the great price and service, they do just fine for me without paying the LHS 3 times as much for the same size battery. Maybe I am just lucky, but 35.00 divided by 500 comes to 0.07 cents a flight. Lot better than nitro and I dont have to clean up my aircraft. P.S. Thought you might like to see my next effort, a 138" Valkyrie all cut and ready to go. Striving to keep under 3.5 lbs. Hope to have in the air by Christmas! Any motor suggestions Jeff?
I have to agree with you. I have a bunch of Jeff's WOW lipo's and have had no complaints at all. If there is a problem though Jeff will take care of it just like he does for everyone. I haven't seen or heard of anyone though replacing a lipo for someone after a years time unless it's one of those real high priced lipos which IMO they can afford to replace having got 2 or 3 times more than they're worth to me at least.
Jeff switched to the Power Up lipos because of some quality control issues with the WOW line he was carrying so now I guess we can expect even better performance from Jeff's lipos because I know how hard he test everything he sells himself trying to make sure we're all happy with whatever we buy from him but "no matter how hard a person tries there's just no possible way to please everyone all the time"
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I too have bought lipos from Jeff, and never (knock on wood) had a problem. All have performed flawlessly.

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Maybe I do not completely understand the differances between brands of batteries, but my feeling is they are not "mediocre at best". Of the first 4 I bought over a year ago, they still run strong and true with over 500 flights per battery, (I keep a very detailed flight log, ie: Flight times, air temp, charge and discharge rates, balancing, pilot errors etc.) and feel for the great price and service, they do just fine for me without paying the LHS 3 times as much for the same size battery. Maybe I am just lucky, but 35.00 divided by 500 comes to 0.07 cents a flight. Lot better than nitro and I dont have to clean up my aircraft. P.S. Thought you might like to see my next effort, a 138" Valkyrie all cut and ready to go. Striving to keep under 3.5 lbs. Hope to have in the air by Christmas! Any motor suggestions Jeff?
I'd be happy to suggest a motor, but I'm not sure what a Valkyrie is! Did a search on the internet and didn't come up with much. Sure looks like you have a lot of pieces there...I admire you guys who can build a beautiful model from scratch! Maybe you can post a picture of a finished model of a Valkyrie so I can see what it is...

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I'd be happy to suggest a motor, but I'm not sure what a Valkyrie is! Did a search on the internet and didn't come up with much. Sure looks like you have a lot of pieces there...I admire you guys who can build a beautiful model from scratch! Maybe you can post a picture of a finished model of a Valkyrie so I can see what it is...
It is a Carl Goldberg design from 1938. Orginally designed for freeflight.Here are a couple of pics.


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It is a Carl Goldberg design from 1938. Orginally designed for freeflight.Here are a couple of pics.
I've never seen one...truly unique! You mentioned that you're shooting for 3 1/2 lbs. Give some thought about how much thrust you would like for the model...we can keep it really light and slow (probably what you want), or go with a little more weight and give it enough power to climb straight up. Shoot me an email at headsuprc@yahoo.com and I'll give you some ideas. And I hope you will post some pics when it's finished!

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