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07-17-2006 10:50 PM  14 years ago
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X30pilot

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Plano, TX -USA

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Kit or ARF
Well should I get the Kit or the ARF?
What’s a good set up for some mild 3D? I’m looking for good duration with some loops rolls and inverted flight.

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X30
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07-17-2006 11:33 PM  14 years ago
Kramer

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LaPorte,In.

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I would say kit so you have a better idea how it goes together when it is time to rebuild it
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07-18-2006 02:23 AM  14 years ago
AV8TOR

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Fort Worth, TX

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No kits were in stock when I bought mine but that is how I wanted to go for reasons that Kramer mentioned. My ARF still needed to be taken apart because it does not look like any loctite was used on metal to metal.
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07-18-2006 02:42 AM  14 years ago
cudaboy_71

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sacramento, ca, u.s.

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rebuilding an ARF *should* be standard practice for any heli pilot. all an ARF does is give you assurance that all the parts are in the kit, they fit, and you have the added benefit of seeing what the assemblies look like together already.if it ain't broke, break it.
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07-18-2006 04:06 AM  14 years ago
X30pilot

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Plano, TX -USA

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A kit it is!
Any thoughts on motors and batteries?

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X30
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