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HelicopterBergen R/C Helicopters › Whats the advantage of long boom converstion
12-10-2004 03:26 AM  13 years agoPost 1
woppini

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I know that bigger blades can be run. Iam seriosly considering a Berg for my first gas ship. If i stick to the standard size blades, and go for the 20$ up graded boom kit, is the boom going to be too long and look rather funkey? Is bigger main blades for this gasser something i should look in to? Sounds like a no brainer for a 20$ upgrade that goes for 400$ separately- Iam just not sure of the advantage overal. Thanks everyone

my wifes cooking is so bad, the flies are sewing the holes in the screen door

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12-10-2004 03:37 AM  13 years agoPost 2
woppini

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ooops, i found what i was looking for in the gasser forum

my wifes cooking is so bad, the flies are sewing the holes in the screen door

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12-10-2004 06:12 AM  13 years agoPost 3
Chris Bergen

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One thing to consider, and I probably shouldn't say this ,

You don't have to run the boom full length! Cut the boom and the arrow shaft to run the standard 720's, then if you want to run 810's in the future, all you need is a new arrow shaft and boom.

All of our heads now come with the 4 O-ringed option as well, which started out on the Twin, for increased damping and less wear on the o-rings.

Chris D. Bergen

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12-10-2004 06:49 AM  13 years agoPost 4
woppini

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Ok, cool.. thanks for the tip on that..

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