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11-11-2005 09:55 PM  14 years ago
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Kman Raptor

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The right choice
I ordered my trex kit and it's on the way, should be here Mon. I was just wondering if I made the right choice in parts selection. I got the gy240 and hs-56 combo for the tail, should I have gotten the gy401 and the 9650 instead, or will the 240 be sufficent? Just curious. Also I want upgrade my main blades what are the best cf blades for the trex? The motor and speed control is the align 25a and 420lf. Should I start saving for a new motor and esc.

I have checked out other posts and seen some pretty good and some bad comments on the above equipment, but I need to know if I made the right choice.
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11-11-2005 10:42 PM  14 years ago
steph

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Hi Kman Raptor

The right choice there are many combinations that are the right choice some better than others i would say use what you have
Yes the 401 is better than the 240 yes the 9650 is probaly better than the hs 56 but what you have will work and you might be happy with the setup that you do if not then look at whats available it may save you some money in the long run
Some people are saying the stock wooden blades are good i am using carbon blades and i don't even know who makes them i think it align but they are unmarked 315 mm i have found these to be very good track very well
Anyhow don't get caught up in the rat race it gets expensive the stock rex flys very well on lots of combinations

The world is round you can run but you will always end up where you started from
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11-12-2005 08:45 PM  14 years ago
Kman Raptor

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Well..... thanks to Steph for his input, but would anyone else like to add some comments. I'm from the islands and I own a rap 50v2 but have never flown a micro before so I wouldnt know what certain equipment is capable of. I am however shooting for mild 3-d with this machine.

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I found what I was looking for. Sorry if I duped the same post. There's just so much info on here, and it's easy to get distracted by an ad of some sort (Trex upgrades ) and get put completely off the main reason your here in the first place.
But anyway thanks again.
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11-13-2005 01:50 AM  14 years ago
ReadyHeli

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Steph:

I have actually been to hell and back, literally (Cayman Islands trip).

HS56's are dynamite on cyclic AND tail. GY240 will definately wag 100% of the time doing inverted piros and hard 3D. The new Align HH gyro looks promising.

Let us know how you make out.
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11-13-2005 03:41 AM  14 years ago
Kman Raptor

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Cool, we tend to get alot people with the hell trip, some folks actually think they are going to hell I live about five mins from there. Hope you enjoyed your time here. Mucho thanks on that info JG Heli.Dust your heli off and try again
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11-13-2005 05:01 AM  14 years ago
lowflyer101

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do a research in trex forum about align 400-420 motor...my 420lf decanned, poped 3 time...may be you just need pop ur new motor and re install it with stronger glue...i replace it with a 430 now, 5 flight ...have not see any problem

one of my trex got exact the same set up you have.....look and fly great...just motor kinda headache
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