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So here it is, my baby, my beauty, and I feel like I'm putting my own kid up for adoption. I love the way she flies, but I'm feeling more guilty as I try to continue this hobby when I should be a broke college student ( aka, I'm spending too much of my folks money.) I'm still flying, but I'll be flying micros ( or maybe cheaper large helis). I've had this flying for about 6 months... and it's awesome. It's about as bling as possible. my baby is basically a raptor 50, with a xero g frame, quick uk head ( took the grips off, useless weight, they are included, but they are a little beat up, as I had to sand them...), nhp razor blades, funkey grey carbon blades, joker c.f. landing gear, gy 401 w 9254 ( and a 9253 I had on it before), 3 futaba 9252's, jr 770 rx ( ch38), the complete setup from tppacks.com ( Gary Goodrum has seen this puppy fly..) which is the box, 1515, kontronik jazz 55, two 10s2p packs with about 40 cycles each performing flawlessly ( mostly not even charged at 1c, on a orbit pro), mr heli c.f. tail blades, boom servo mount w caron rod, quick uk horizontal tail mount, carbon fins, green paddles, and a quick uk receiver box. I also custom build a large ply box that holds the heli complete, no taking apart. The box can be shipped, but that would be fairly expensive, I used it for traveling across the country with the heli ( I live in c.t, go to school in cali) Total cost new is over 3500 bucks. I'm including some random spares, flybar, wood blades, whatever else I can find around. I'd really like to get 2625 bucks, which is 75 percent of the new cost. This gets you basically the most blinged out e-raptor, that is fully rtf, and built pretty darn well. locktite on everything, balanced. Think of it as supporting a college student. I have fairly extensive feedback on rcgroups, and on ebay. I'd prefer to sell locally, and I can demo fly it if you'd like. pm, email, or post to the thread. here's a link to pictures:
Rhett..... I can't fly, but the Profi sure can.