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11-08-2005 05:32 AM  14 years ago
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sp1nm0nkey

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Fury Extreme vs. MP-v91
I'm looking for a good 90 size heli, and the engineering on the Fury Extreme and MP-v91 just strikes me as beautiful. Several people at my field fly Furys, and I'm just wondering how the MP-v91 stacks up to it. I'm really looking for some of what the Fury Extreme is famous for (Stability, all out power, maneuverability), but I'm also looking for something different. Cost is a bit of an issue. Initial cost seems to be the same, but I've heard that the MP-v91 crashes very well, whereas you just don't crash a Fury.

Thanks for the help,
Evan
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11-08-2005 05:33 AM  14 years ago
Spencer K

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fury? stable? not really
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11-08-2005 05:40 AM  14 years ago
sp1nm0nkey

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Yeah, I suppose I meant as just a 90. I really love my 50, and I'd like to step up to something else in a few months or so. I know there are tons of "step up to 90" threads, but I meant this as a comparison between the Fury and MP-V91.

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Evan
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11-08-2005 07:43 AM  14 years ago
flytech

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not sure about "crashes very well"
the entire nose section on the MP-V91 that houses the header tank, battery (optionally gyro) is supported by the head-bolts off the engine. so a nose-in crash would surely take out the engine head and possibly damage the engine case and internals (as well as the usual stuff). otherwise, the rest of design is awesome.
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11-08-2005 07:46 AM  14 years ago
sp1nm0nkey

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Hmm... the thing about crashing well must have been about the 3DNT (has all the plastic fuse parts). Doesn't the 3DMP have the same?
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11-09-2005 03:04 PM  14 years ago
ChristianM

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My understanding is that the 3D-MP v91 is a 50 size with a 90 size engine so it still uses 600mm blades (maybe you can squeeze in a few more millimeters). Now the performance on it is awesome but it still lacks the size and presence in the air of a 90 size heli (just my opinion).

I just recently step up to a 90 size and I chose the Revolution from Heli-Professional. It is the lightest heli on the market (9 1/4 lb), easy to build and the engineering is awesome and innovative. Something to consider.

Christian
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