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Old Feb 20, 2012, 09:16 AM
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I picked up my Sabre yesterday!!!...By the time I got home the sun had set too much to get in a flight...I'm going to get off of work today about 2 1/2 hours before the sun sets so I should get in a couple of flights...

About the plane---What a GREAT little piece of CRAFTSMANSHIP!!!...No cheesey tape to hold the fuselage together...The seam in the fuselage is so well hidden that it looks like a panel line...The panel lines on the plane are pretty crisp, especially the lines on the flying surfaces....Not too wide like you see on other foamies...This plane could almost pass for a plastic kit desk top model---It's that nice!!!...I did notice that there is some washout built into the wing...A few degrees worth...In person, the larger than scale intake opening doesn't look that noticeable...The only flaw that I could find was when looking down the intake there is a small ridge where the battery box styro moulding isn't aligned with the fuselage moulding...A VERY minor criticism as 2 seconds with a Dremel will remedy the ridge to being a ghost....

I'm VERY satisfied with the appearance of the plane...I can't hardly wait to get off from work to fly it!!

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