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01-27-2007 06:27 PM  10 years agoPost 1
AndrewK

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Merlin Oregon USA

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Hi everybody,

I am ready to buy my first 90 size heli. My decision was down to either a Vibe or Stratus. But after doing a lot of reading on the forum it seems like I may want to wait for the Aurora. Will this machine really be better than the Vibe and Stratus? Any idea of how much the kit will cost? What makes this ship so good?

Thanks,
Andrew

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01-27-2007 07:17 PM  10 years agoPost 2
chopperman1

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Huntsville, AL

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Kit is gonna cost $980, Raed this thread to see what the auroa will offer. I think its gonna be a very nice machine when it comes out.

http://runryder.com/helicopter/t266824p1/

Cliff

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01-27-2007 10:25 PM  10 years agoPost 3
QuantumPSI

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Honestly, when it comes to high end machines, I truly believe that they are all awesome machines. I don't think one flies better than another, just different. The tolerances between the parts as well as shear quality make them all top notch helicopters. Just pick the helicopter that has the most features that appeals to you. I've flown a Stratus, Freya 90, and a Synergy. They all fly DIFFERENT, but no one better than the other IMO. Personally, I prefer my Stratus to all of them, but again, that's a preference. Pick the machine that appeals to you the most!

Mikel

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01-28-2007 03:05 AM  10 years agoPost 4
gullie667

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Brooklyn, NY

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Honestly, when it comes to high end machines, I truly believe that they are all awesome machines
Here Here.

The Vibe is a kick ass machine though....

Helicopters - 1000 parts flying in formation.

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01-28-2007 03:12 AM  10 years agoPost 5
Ray Fernandez

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Guam (U.S.A.)

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It's all about the pilot's abilities. All of the 90 size ships fly awesome.

Ray Fernandez - GUAM

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01-28-2007 03:48 AM  10 years agoPost 6
jimco

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east texas

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Got a phi 91 cspec. for sale. PM for price and shipping.

Honey, where's the check book, it's Fedex again

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01-28-2007 04:12 AM  10 years agoPost 7
Dblex

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Texas

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key words in 90 class

parts $$
parts $$
parts $$

most of the time it should be, which one can you afford to crash.

IMO

Highly Medicated for your protection......

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01-28-2007 04:43 AM  10 years agoPost 8
SUB RAPTOR

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Galway Ireland

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Andrewk what are you flying now? How long have you been flying? And most important how deep are your pockets As if you crash a lot you'll need to be looking at something that stands up well to most crashs ( what I found with my Raptor 90), is cheap to fix and easy to get parts for in your area. Do you fly at any club, if so what are the others flying. If you ask nicely they might let you have a go. As for the Aurora its a great looking heli but with all that metal to bend I'd be scared to fly it, I'd end up putting it in a glass case over the fire place.
Fill out your profile to give us some ideas.

Conor
"My piloting skills are proof that gravity does exist."

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