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Old Nov 01, 2012, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Bart83 View Post
or the Dornier Seastar amphibian , no worries about tip floats , and the original has turboprop engines zo the brushless outrunner sound is pretty scale

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Bart
Bart while the SeaStar in an interesting plane the wing to fuselage struts for the average builder puts it beyound the easy build theory that Zeke and I embreace. don't get me wrong I do appreciate the look of the plane. Also another issue going against it is that though it is known in Europe it isn't well known here in the states.
RCBoater I see the same issue with the Walrus. Love the look of the plane but the interplane struts coupled with the engine pod on struts between both wings makes it in the same class.
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