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01-04-2014 01:57 PM  4 years agoPost 21
Ace Dude

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Looks like at least one other vendor is showing it as in stock.

  

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01-04-2014 04:22 PM  4 years agoPost 22
ren

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Hi Guys I own a couple of Agile 7.2 and i can tell that the quality is amazing all the parts fit perfect no problem at all with gears!, all part that need to be metal are metal, tail boom is 30mm dia ( yea 30 mm) the packing of the kit is great all metal parts come in a foam holder to protect them.

Customer service, the USA distributor is base in Houston Tx and if you contacted during regular business hours you must likely will talk to some one right on the spot unless they are in another call which in that case if you left a message they will contact you back, there are also several field reps and team menbmbers in the forums that can answer any question or get the information need it.

As far as power it really depend on the pilot desire, my fist kit had a scorpion 4525-520 ultimate with a yep 120 esc and second had a Savox 5065-500kv and yge 120 esc the two kits flew really good, after I moved one to savox 5765-550kv and kds 4725-540kv using castles 160 esc for both of them more power and you can felt the difference on torque increase for this two motors. the kit recommends 160 esc for the motor that comes in the combo kit.

How it will hold at hard core 3D I seen several pilots flying this kit really hard with no issues there are several videos around that show it.

For availability there are several retailers carrying this kit such as:
readyheli.com
helidirect.com
kdsmodelsusa.com (usa distributor)

some pics to see the quality of the parts:

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02-14-2014 01:25 AM  4 years agoPost 23
3dgimble

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I am into the Thunder Tiger E700, I can not see any drawbacks to the heli. Herringbone gears, cross cut TT gears, two piece frames, parts are far from pricey to buy and available almost everywhere online, and its super light.

After going over the manual, I can clearly see that the the build will be easy and very accurate to set up, with the the supplied TT hand T wrench that you can shove into the side of the frame to level out swash. Replaceable main grip arms, and easy mount battery trays mmmmmmhhh.
Drawbacks with the TT E700, that canopy is pricey.

Checking out the Agile 7.2 things I noticed are; its too overly designed, with too many parts count, will be as heavy as a 7HV maybe even heavier, has waaay too much bling on it to the point it looks cheap.

With the TSA E700, I flew the thing and it was heavy with 4800mah lipos, not verygood with autos unless you use 700+ blades, its built very strong but because of its weight, its not good enough for the kind of 3D I want to do with it.

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02-14-2014 01:40 AM  4 years agoPost 24
Anthony.L

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I just built an AleeS Rush 750 in 750 form and very impressed. I thinking about building another 700 machine and the Agile 7.2 has my eye. For $1450 you get the combo with everything but batteries, RX, and ESC. I don't think you can get into a 700 class heli for much cheaper than that!

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02-14-2014 01:44 AM  4 years agoPost 25
nobato1

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that agile has the most cumbersome layout I ever seen

is quite the opposite of the tt700 which looks way simpler, light and ironically mor agile than the bling out yacht

why do folk call inodized bling quality?

no idea

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02-14-2014 01:46 AM  4 years agoPost 26
Anthony.L

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that agile has the most cumbersome layout I ever seen
Yeah I must say I don't see that at all. Heck the layout isn't much different than several other helis on the market today.

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02-14-2014 01:57 AM  4 years agoPost 27
nobato1

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help here, where do you put the batteries on the agile?

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02-14-2014 02:29 AM  4 years agoPost 28
benben

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help here, where do you put the batteries on the agile?
Side by side just like the X7, Logo 700/800 and the Rush 750.

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02-14-2014 03:20 AM  4 years agoPost 29
3dgimble

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Not to bash the side mounts helis, but I have been there and they are like loading a single action bolt rifle, satisfying but it gets tiring, I much rather sliding in a full clip magazine in the bottom. TT E700 is like the Barrett .50 rifle, wouldn't you rather sliding a full clip magazine in to this;

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02-14-2014 10:52 PM  4 years agoPost 30
Squeely531

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Buy it
Very happy with the TT e700 and you can't beat the quick calibration system for the swash.

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02-14-2014 10:53 PM  4 years agoPost 31
Ace Dude

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I can't wait to complete the quick calibration my E720.

  

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02-14-2014 10:58 PM  4 years agoPost 32
f2000ez

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Besides tower hobbies, pro star hobby has lots of E700 spare parts and a little cheaper. Also experience rc carries a very good selection of spare parts

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02-15-2014 12:19 AM  4 years agoPost 33
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I've noticed HeliProz has been advertising the TT E700 and the new Raptor G4.1 right here on RR quite a bit.

  

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