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Mini Pulse XT, Mini Leader, Electrifly Extra 330S

Old 04-30-2008, 06:55 AM
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UglyNet
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Default Mini Pulse XT, Mini Leader, Electrifly Extra 330S

I'm looking at getting one of these as a casual aerobat rather than a 3D flipping thingy or hypersensitive pattern ship. Just something to punch holes in the sky during lunch. Does anyone have any opinions on any of these?
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Old 04-30-2008, 09:35 PM
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I am very new to flying and purhased the Mini Pulse. It flies great, very stable and lands at a very slow speed. I dead stick it to land otherwise it seems not to want to come down. My friends taught me how to fly basic figure eights and land it in 3 days at the field. No crashes yet, some hard landings but I am getting better with the help of this easy smooth plane. Good luck.
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