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03-01-2012 04:47 AM  9 years ago
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ghost

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New N5
I have a new in the box N5 that I've only had out of the box one time to inspect parts. All parts are still sealed in their plastic bags. Due to a long time illness I just couldn't get around to building it. Now I want to buy a N5c. What do you guys think is a fair price to ask for the N5. Thanks Ken
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03-01-2012 07:15 AM  9 years ago
SSerrand

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I would post it at around $400 since its pretty much still new in box. how far down you will go from there all depends on whether you get any takers and if you are relying on this to help pay for the n5c.Stephen Serrand
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03-01-2012 12:03 PM  9 years ago
bmw576

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I would keep the kit and do all of the N5c upgrade. Fly it and do all the upgrades as needed. Here is a list of all the part numbers.

http://synergyrchelicopters.com/201...arts-available/

103-266 M2.5x6 Type I Cross Recessed
106-501 5mm Shim
106-966 Skid Tube Plug
108-510 5x10x3 Radial Bearing
108-511 5x10x4 Thrust Bearing
108-616 6x13x5 Flange Bearing
110-419 Fuel Tubing Grommet,Frame
115-111 Main Boom Clamp,Lite
510-542 Main Shaft Bearing Block,Lite
515-525 HD Tail Blade Grip
610-122 Throttle Servo Mount
610-123 Tail Servo Mount
610-124 N5c Front Frame Spacer
610-125 Clutch Bell,Lite
610-126 Motor Mount,Lite
610-128 Boom Support Clamp,Lite
610-133 Motor Center Block,Lite
610-311 N5C Main Frame
610-314 Carbon Fiber Radio Plate
610-324 Landing Gear Strut, Wide
610-404 N5c Painted Canopy
610-423 Canopy Stand Off,Front
615-124 6mm Tail Output Shaft
615-136 CF Verticle Fin
615-313 CF Tail Box Plate
615-314 9T Tail Pulley (for 6mm shaft)
615-319 Tail Pitch Slider Bushing(for 6mm shaft)
615-324 HD Tail Rotor Hub
Team Synergy, Synergy E5, E7, E9, N5c and N7
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03-01-2012 12:06 PM  9 years ago
Scott Anderson

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^ +1Synergy R/C Helicopter Field Representative
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03-04-2012 02:44 AM  9 years ago
ghost

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N5
I think I'm going to keep the N5 and get the N5c once I finish the N5. After reading here on Runryder how great Synergy helicopters are I think I want them both. Thanks for the feedback guys.
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03-04-2012 02:51 AM  9 years ago
Kevin Feil

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N5
Wise Choice Ghost! It's still a Great Design. I have 6 of them.lol When you get started on the Build, Feel Free to Pm me and I can offer some assistance. Good Luck!

Kevin
" hollywood3160 "Team Synergy Factory Specialist, Team Futaba USA, Morgan Fuels
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03-05-2012 02:19 PM  9 years ago
ghost

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New N5
Thanks Hollywood, will do. Ken
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03-05-2012 05:28 PM  9 years ago
sonnyhad

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Do you guys seal the frame edges after you sand them? I'm thinking just around the fuel tank opening.Bald Pilots usually wear hats!
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03-05-2012 11:50 PM  9 years ago
Kevin Feil

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edge seal
Sonny,

I have never done that nor heard of anyone doing that, I totally understand your question, To fight against Wicking of the fuel into the carbon and possible delamination. you may could use a thin super glue, choice is yours but to answer your questions on all the synergy's and other Heli's I own and have owned I have never had to do this and never experienced any problems that where related. Hope this helps. the rubber grommet/Fuel tank retainer that lines the inner perimeter of the frame where the tank goes works very well.

Kevin
" hollywood3160 "Team Synergy Factory Specialist, Team Futaba USA, Morgan Fuels
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03-07-2012 06:06 AM  9 years ago
sonnyhad

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Thanks, I guess I'll move on with the build then, it won't be long now!Bald Pilots usually wear hats!
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03-07-2012 06:48 AM  9 years ago
ch-47c

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I've never sealed CF frames or G-10 for that matter. I don't think they will delaminate or get fuel soaked because the resin should have permeated throughout the carbon weave and become one solid sheet when they manufactured it. I think.
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