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05-23-2007 08:37 PM  13 years ago
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nicco

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A few questions about MAxi Joker 2
I'm looking for a new 90 class ship to tere up the sky with.

I fly hard 3D.

My plan was to use the 5s lipo's I have in my T-Rex 600. Use 15s, PowerJazz and a Actro 32-5.

Is this a good choice?
What are the gearing options on the J2?
How are the general part avalibility?
How is the part price compare to other?

Thanks!

Niklas
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05-23-2007 08:53 PM  13 years ago
ThomasJoehnk

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The Maxi Joker II is *not* for 3D. Go for a normal Joker II with 710 mm blades for hard 3D.

I live in Denmark, have two Joker II's and a MiniJoker. Parts are bought directly from Gerd in Germany, and normally it takes two or three days from order is placed to parts are received.

With 15s you will properbly have to go with the smallest pinion and still have a 2000+ headspeed!

:-) Thomas


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05-23-2007 08:59 PM  13 years ago
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Thanks for your replay.

What is the larges blade that can be used on the JokerII?

Regards
Niklas
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05-24-2007 04:50 AM  13 years ago
ThomasJoehnk

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The Joker II is designed for 690 to 710 mm blades.

The Maxi joker is designed for 800 mm blades.

Take a look at http://www.minicopter.de.

:-) Thomas


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