|Feb 05, 2012, 02:44 PM|
United States, IL, Chicago
Joined Sep 2011
Aerosled - Propeller driven snowmobile
Iím looking for an advice. Thought about making some useful gift for my nephew, something to gain an interest in modeling and RC things...
So I checked ebay and found interesting item called Aerosled: http://www.ebay.com/itm/320843297821...ht_3756wt_1270
Looks like a nice KIT, I think kid would love it. I also have good experience with this vendor as I tested one of his gyros before.
What do you think about this Aerosled?
|Feb 05, 2012, 04:33 PM|
Joined Dec 2006
Neat concept. It looks like it would get tippy at higher speeds though. Being a wood craft, it's probably going to be a bit crunchy, for someone getting into the hobby something foam and bouncy might be a better choice('cause you know he's going to take it over some jumps at some point )
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