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09-10-2007 03:39 PM  10 years agoPost 21
discus

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Thanks everybody and I really appreciated for all your comments. Is there any good website for Hirobo parts? I would like to do a price comparison for the EVO parts vs. 600N parts. thanks!

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09-10-2007 03:53 PM  10 years agoPost 22
Helijost

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Try http://www.highvoltage-rc.com . They carry both machines, and have prices for all the parts.

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09-10-2007 05:13 PM  10 years agoPost 23
tchavei

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Depends on where you live.

If you happen to live in europe then the best prices I have found is in Denmark (rotordisc'en). Cheap as chips

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09-11-2007 07:41 AM  10 years agoPost 24
RonHill

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Had an EVO, now have a Trex Nitro.

Had the SAME equipment in both...I sold the EVO.

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09-13-2007 12:05 PM  10 years agoPost 25
majorsmackdown

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http://www.rcpowersupply.com they almost make it affordable to get hirobo parts. I've made a few purchases from them - they're fast and shipping is reasonable, and their hirobo parts are about 1/2 of what they are locally.

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11-26-2007 01:17 AM  9 years agoPost 26
maller

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I just found this thread - wondering if there are any further opinions about the two?



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11-26-2007 01:26 AM  9 years agoPost 27
tchavei

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My opinion stands

My 600N is almost as smooth and solid as my evo now problem is I had to throw alot of upgrade parts on it so it would behave as it does. I think I upgraded more on my t-rex in 3 months than on my evo in 2 years.

I'm going to sell the evo because it hardly flies now but I'm also getting ready to dump the 600N once the vibe 50 hits the street

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11-26-2007 01:33 AM  9 years agoPost 28
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Pretty well hashed out, I think. I've had both, Flew evos for 3 years, and bought one fo the first 600Ns in the country. The 600N is more aggressive and powerful, the Evo is smoother and tracks better. I find the Evo easier to place in the sky due to the tracking, not to say that the 600N isn't a great flier, in many ways it's better than the Evo.

The Evo does have the front servo tray that breaks, but once it breaks its easy to fix with a piece of carbon, and then it generally doesn't come apart again, and if it does, some sanding and more glue fixes it. I've always hated the need to dial indicate the clutch and start shaft. The 600N has a one way on the start shaft which solves that problem.

What would I buy if I were putting a new heli together? A 600N. Metal head, parts prices, and the aggressive feel are great. Not as relaxing to fly as the Evo, but the aggressive nature makes it more fun.

I almost bought another Evo the other day, but was outbid in the last second on eBay, so I would buy another one. I'm thinking that my next heli will be a Vibe 50, it looks to combine everything I like in a heli in one package.

Nick Crego

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11-26-2007 02:27 AM  9 years agoPost 29
Helinutnz

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I agree with Nick 150%. He hits the nail on the head and it's exactly as I would describe both machines.

I won't sell my evo as it's like an old mate. Fixed it too many times and it flies like it was new so I will keep it and fly it when I feel the need to relax from the aggressivness of the 600N and when my boy is old enough he will get it. I have way to many hirobo parts as well!

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11-26-2007 03:10 AM  9 years agoPost 30
Simmer

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The Evo is a proven design, but... the Trex is the newest design. Built from the ground up but the experts. A lot of time went into the design to make it more servicable friendly, while makeing it a preforming demon. Pop is something often associated with the Trex600 helicopters. All things the same, this must be coming from the the CCPM or just the design of the head in combination with the CCPM mix. The first time I flew mine I was blown away by the apparent power in the design. I say go with the new one on the block. Its been around a short while but its been long enough to get most of the bugs out or at least, most of the bugs are understood now.

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