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07-28-2017 08:20 PM  4 years ago
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jbewley

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600 vs 700
Looking to do a Jet Ranger and was thinking about a 600. However the 700 fuselage is only a little over an inch longer. I know there are other considerations concerning the difference in the two. Any thoughts from those who have flown both?

Jim
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07-29-2017 05:34 AM  4 years ago
TailKiller

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The Chaos 600 and 700 are great helis that were built to use Align parts and are great mechs for scale birds. I understand that RCA is coming out with an updated version of them both but the current version works well.

Both the 600 and 700 Chaos will work well with the Funkey 600 /700 jetranger. There is a big difference in the size of these fuselages size wise.
If I was to build a new scale now, it would be one of them. Both as a 12s setup for the torque needed for lower head speed and efficiency.
My Funkey Jetranger and trex 600 ESP weights 12 pounds running on 6s It flys very well at 1350 rpm but is a little hard on a single 6s pack.
I was going to change to 12s but its a beater now due to age and would rather start new. And the RCA jetranger landing gear will work great on both the 600 and 700 Funkey fuses.
The 600 is a big nice size fuse. If there is a 700 at Dalton, then we can compare them side by side.
Dennis
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07-29-2017 12:28 PM  4 years ago
jbewley

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Good information Dennis. Looking forward to Dalton.

Jim
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