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01-25-2007 05:58 AM  10 years agoPost 1
Radiomatthew

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Brewster, WA. USA

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Okay I think I done it. The repair cost is close to buying a new honey bee. I think I fried my 4 in 1 and my transmittier hit the ground. So I am thinking about just buying a whole new one and starting over. I have alot of spare parts stocked up so I dont think I want to switch to another brand. So I was wondering if there would be maybe a better Esky honey bee beside the one I already got that would use most of the same parts as what I got? I am a beginner and messed up by not using the sim first but now I have been using my sim and was actually hovering before everything went haywire. Dont now exactly what happen but it just all of a sudden just went wild I killed the power to the transmitter and it just kept going it circles for about 30 seconds and hit the ground, and to top it off when I put it up my transmitter fell off the shelf and broke the antannee and now pieces bounce freely inside. My wife says this hobby of mine has to slow down on money lol

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01-25-2007 06:50 AM  10 years agoPost 2
VKGT

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Sanford, NC

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The Blade CP Pro and HoneyBee CP2 are identical. Very slight differences in the head and frame.

For interchangeability, you would want to get one or the other. If you stepped up to a Belt CP or something, the majority of your parts won't work on the new one.

FWIW, I have a HoneyBee CP2 for sale if you are interested.

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