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Posted by humveeflyer | Sep 08, 2008 @ 08:49 PM | 4,231 Views
This is the newest addition to my scale family. My walkera 4#3 is sporting a darthdrk MD 500 body.

Here is what my 4#3 is today......Continue Reading
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 27, 2008 @ 09:26 PM | 4,541 Views
Done with this part
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 15, 2008 @ 02:47 PM | 4,132 Views
I love my Blade 400. This is truely a nice heli for an RTF. Here are some pics before and after. I really like the scale look of the Align Hughes 500E. I know that it adds a ton of weight, but to me the cool factor is better then 3d right now, and it flies suprisingly well with all of that weight.
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 15, 2008 @ 02:38 PM | 3,958 Views
I love my 4#3. This little heli has been a nother dream of mine. I always wanted a small rc heli with complete control to be able to fly in my house anytime that I wanted to. This heli made it all possible. It flies great outside too provided that the wind ins't to high.

Sketchaholic has made it possible to have different canopies. Thanks Sketch!
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 15, 2008 @ 02:33 PM | 3,949 Views
My King V2 turned into these. The canopy is a Darthdrk Hughes 300. (The last pic is what it is today. "will add pic later".)
Bcx
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 15, 2008 @ 02:31 PM | 3,982 Views
My BCX turned into this:
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 15, 2008 @ 02:29 PM | 4,000 Views
I bought a dynam hughes 300 and mothed it. The body was off of my e-flite BCX. I know that it isn't exacally scale, but to me it still looked cool.
Posted by humveeflyer | Jul 15, 2008 @ 02:21 PM | 3,929 Views
Ever since I got into rc heli's a few years ago I always wanted my heli's to look like the real thing. I know that there are a lot of people that really don't care, or want to keep them light, but to me seeing a model helicopter in the air that looks real is the best part of this hobby.

So my first entry into the scale look was made possible by Hoverup. He put together a walkera #52 and used the hirobo lama as the bits to make it look like the real heli. He was then gracious enough to let it go for a price, I might add, and so it started my "scale" adventure.