|Apr 22, 2004, 02:26 PM|
Hey Guy`s anyone know of some 480 size fan Jets that are in a ARF form? we are looking for a fiberglass fuse and something that has a decent sized wingspan. we are wanting to get out of the parkflier size and into something a little bigger.
Any help would be appreciated. I have gone to www.ejf.com and www.jethangar.com and www.jepe.org (The A-4 caught my eye even though it wasa 90MM fan) there has to be some more out there i just don`t know where
Any help would be appreciated
|Apr 24, 2004, 06:07 PM|
First you need to be clear on the nomenclature. The title says Midifan
Midifan is a 90mm size
Minifan is a 480 size I think you are looking for.
I know its only 1 letter different in spelling, but is a big difference in fan.
I would suggest you also take a look at
|Apr 24, 2004, 11:15 PM|
I don't know of any Midifan sized ARF's on the market? Most really can't be called a true ARF because they need alot of paintwork and other non-typical ARF work to complete.
Aeronaut and Schreiner are two that come to mind.
Warbirds-RC.com has the Aeronaut kits in stock, at least the Vampire.
I wish some of the makers would produce Midi sized ARFs, there is a market for them.
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