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02-04-2010 12:03 AM  8 years agoPost 1
WLJ

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I'm in the begining stages of a trade for a Quick Outdo 600. Untill now I've never heard of a Quick Heli. Any experence here with a Outdo 600?

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02-04-2010 02:40 AM  8 years agoPost 2
windy62

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Ask to see it fly before agreeing to anything...

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02-04-2010 02:57 AM  8 years agoPost 3
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They make a good product and they allways have parts on hand.


Spectra G 26cc
Jewel
Bat 27cc
Trex 700<br

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02-04-2010 01:34 PM  8 years agoPost 4
gordart

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Sturdy, Sturdy, Sturdy!!!
Qiuck World Wide has been around for more than 20 years.
The best feature of their products is durability.
The parts are beatuifully machined and fit together well.
All parts are readily available from their store/warehouse in Coopersburg, PA.
The Outdo is very stable in flight.
Hope this helps.

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02-04-2010 04:10 PM  8 years agoPost 5
Quick Worldwide

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OUTDO ON SPECIAL SALE
Here is the link http://www.quickworldwide.com/pdf/OutDo%20Review.pdf

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02-10-2010 12:37 AM  8 years agoPost 6
WLJ

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Quick Outdo 600
Going to pick one up on Saturday!

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02-15-2010 09:39 PM  8 years agoPost 7
mmc205

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my experience with quick heli's has been less than favorable. I've had a few friends that I've tried to help out setting their heli up, and in general the machining was poor, parts fit wasn't great, and the design was so-so.

I'd look into them on the net a bit more before making a decision. Many folks are happy with them, maybe some people just get a bum kit. They seem to be fine for beginners as long as you can get them assembled, but i've never seen any unmodified doing more intense aerobatics or 3D work.

***Logo 600 vbar***Henseleit TDR vbar***

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02-15-2010 11:47 PM  8 years agoPost 8
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Well i think the layout is great on the quick helis the only hard part is the instructions there kinda hard to follow. But if you have one put together you should be good to go. Build it right and it will fly. I'm starting back on my bat 90 gasser soon and i hope to have it flying before long. There are a lot of helis out there just buy what you want and go with it. The thing with the Quick is it's all aluminum and carbon a good combination. Good luck and stick with it.

Thanks


Spectra G 26cc
Jewel
Bat 27cc
Trex 700<br

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02-16-2010 02:46 AM  8 years agoPost 9
WLJ

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Quick 600
I've got it and am overall pleased. I just want to do a little housekeeping on the electronics instalation before flying. I like being able to pick up the phone and talk to the designers, which I did before I traded.
I started flying Minature Aircraft Helis when you could call and talk to Tim or Ted. Had several of their models. Some went together better than others, but all were better fliers than I was.
Never cared for 3D myself, prefer scale, so maxium agility is not an issue for me. Looks pretty well enginered to me. Uses leading edge control, which makes seems like a good idea to me.
Also have several T-rexs, like them too. Thanks all for the different opinions. Billy J. (WLJ)

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