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03-31-2005 11:14 AM  13 years agoPost 1
Gero Adrian

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Hi

I saw at the toy fair some famous Tools
here
but nobody in Europe can tell my the availabilty nor the prices nor the order numbers and our distributor ...... silence. Did anybody have here more information??

thx

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Gero

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03-31-2005 03:55 PM  13 years agoPost 2
mrNoodles

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I havent seen any info about those yet.
But one thing is sure - Im gonna buy a few of those once they´re available.

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03-31-2005 04:41 PM  13 years agoPost 3
HawkNoob

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Hard to tell from the picture but it looks like they were custom engraved with someone's name? I would get a set that say "the world's worst heli builder".

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04-01-2005 01:29 AM  13 years agoPost 4
Garry-Boy

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saw at the toy fair some famou
They will release these tools a bit later.
You will have one engraved edge and one blank, for engraving whatever you want there

Garry.

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04-01-2005 02:26 AM  13 years agoPost 5
RobRoy

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That is one nice looking set of tools, as long as they arn't trying to gouge me $100 for them, I would like to get a set.

Ignorance is curable, stupidity is for life.

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04-01-2005 05:58 AM  13 years agoPost 6
Al Magaloff

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Rob, the Thorpe drivers are $10-$14 each. For the Hirobo's, you had better sit down!

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04-01-2005 06:17 AM  13 years agoPost 7
Chem Geek

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Probably not $100 each, but I would bet they're more than $100 for a set....

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04-01-2005 01:28 PM  13 years agoPost 8
Andprise

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I will check up with Hudy Tools, they are very good and not expensive, cost around $12 each

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04-01-2005 05:35 PM  13 years agoPost 9
Al Magaloff

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Sooo, 12x9 would be.........what?

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10-12-2006 03:35 PM  11 years agoPost 10
Gero Adrian

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Hi,

finally I found the "shop" Ruediger Feil, the european F3C champion and designer of the twister is the producer

http://www.heliguru.de --> TMRF products --> Tool

Best regards

Gero

Best regards

Gero

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10-12-2006 04:07 PM  11 years agoPost 11
George Matthews

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I was just looking at the site and beings I can't read or understand German I was wondering what the difference between the YS91ST and the YS91STRR is?

George Matthews

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10-12-2006 05:29 PM  11 years agoPost 12
Gero Adrian

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Hi George,

Ruediger made some "rework" on that. As I know so far, the piston is lighter, the intakes are polished.
Finally, the RR has more torque, the rpm level is moreless the same

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Gero

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10-13-2006 02:42 AM  11 years agoPost 13
George Matthews

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Thanks for the info.

George Matthews

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11-23-2007 08:35 PM  10 years agoPost 14
nap_tan

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Up on this one. I bought the tools and paid the Hirobo premium. Guess what? Made in China. The quality was not that great either compared to Hudy or Mugen tools. I think I will be sending these back.

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11-23-2007 11:27 PM  10 years agoPost 15
bald eagle

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i have been using the allen wrenches for years and have not broken one yet all sizes i have the paddle guage and the flyheel remover
no problems

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11-24-2007 05:23 AM  10 years agoPost 16
nap_tan

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To clarify, I meant that the finish was not up to the usual Hirobo craftsmanship. In terms of durability, no idea and will never have since I already sent it back. By the way these are the newer Protool series. I hope Hirobo does not start outsourcing their helis to China.

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11-24-2007 07:04 AM  10 years agoPost 17
bobbyhill4x4

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I had the same problem with the glow plug wrench.

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