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Old 09-17-2012, 02:19 AM   #1
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Default H9 Pulse XT 40

I see a lot of recent posts about the Pulse XT 25 or Pulse 60. But I don't see much about the 40. Is anyone still flying or building one? I am dusting mine off after 5 years and getting it ready for its first flight.
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Old 09-19-2012, 01:51 AM   #2
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Well, I guess the lack of responses is my answer.
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Old 09-22-2012, 03:54 PM   #3
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Default Sv: H9 Pulse XT 40

I know its not what youre asking about but im flying a Pulse 125 with a power 110 and loving it

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Old 09-22-2012, 05:28 PM   #4
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Something to aspire to once I get the 40 up. Weather is not cooperating. 15+ winds all week.
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Had a pulse 40 nitro for a long time. Very nice plane to fly, real forgiving and docile. I learned loops and rolls and stall turns on that plane. I kept the wing two piece and it was easy to carry around in the trunk of the car for impromptu flying sessions. A bad landing after a deadstick finally killed it. The fuse broke right behind the wing.

If I were to do one again I'd go electric. I would keep it light as possible and not over power it. IMHO it's a sport plane that flys well on the wing and not a 3d plane.

Crash, Burn, Repeat
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I fly my Pulse 40 with an AXI 4120/14, a Jeti 70 amp ESC and a 4s 5000mah battery.
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I have a hangar 9 pulse 40. have the e-flite power 46 with 60 amp esc on 5s 4800 mah pack and a 12x8 prop. Flys like great and unlimted vertical.
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Had a Pulse 40 with a Himax 50 in it. Flew great but didn't roll all that fast. I cut the outer wing panel off and put the wingtips back on the outer ribs. Did much better aerobatics. Didn't affect the landing speed at all as it has a lot of wing area to start with. I ended up breaking the fuse in an incident and gave the wing to another flying buddy.

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