|Feb 14, 2013, 01:43 AM|
Selling Crack Yak, Zero w/retracts, Edge 260, DX6i, Aerofly 5 for Mac
Downsizing my fixed wing collection to fund fpv and multirotor interests. Might trade for FPV or TBS Discovery equipment.
Hobby Lobby A6M5c Zero with retracts and extra parts - $80.00
Foamy warbird goodness from an RCGroups member, and watching the retracts never gets old. Hobby Lobby is discontinuing this model but slashed prices on replacement parts. I have an extra prop assembly, tail feathers, retracts, and sticker sheet. Brand new fuselage and tail feathers, flies great on 3s 1650s. A good and inexpensive way to get your warbird fix.
Twisted Hobbys TH 32" EPP Crack Yak-55 with (2) 3s 450mah packs - $100.00
Got into fight with an evil tree. Replacement elevator is blue, and missing foam under the nose and along the leading edge of the right wing was replaced with foam cut from the old elevator. Some extra scrap foam included for repairs.
Eflite Extra 260 3D 480 ARF - $100.00
This came from an RCGroups member and was my first balsa plane. Motor mount, landing gear, and cowling were repaired after the previous owner lost a battery mid-flight. It's not a beauty queen but the repairs were done well. Several dings but everything is solid. This plane transitioned me from foam micros to 48" balsas. It's a solid flyer with good electronics, lots of power, and looks great in the air.
Spektrum DX6i with box, charger, manual, and neck strap - $100.00
Works great, never had a problem until I adopted too many planes. I have since upgraded the the DX8 and don't need this one.
Bought from Atlanta Hobby during Christmas. Free update to version 5.7 from Ikarus website. Recently added the multiplayer cable so I could use my DX6i or use both controllers in multiplayer mode to teach my son to fly the Champ. Runs great on my 2007 MacBook Pro and is spectacular on my 50" plasma and Mac Pro. Great simulator for Mac owners that don't want the hassle of setting up dual boot or virtual environment to run a PC-based sim.
Last edited by justinlee1; Feb 16, 2013 at 09:44 AM. Reason: Updated listing
|Feb 14, 2013, 06:05 PM|
Have to agree with you there. Also, my third kid is due on March 11th, and I find that I can get more multirotor flight in these days than I can for fixed wing.
Anyone interested? Prices seem reasonable?
|Feb 14, 2013, 09:45 PM|
Man its a good thing I have not gotten my income taxes back yet, I would be jumping on two of those planes, I really don't need em but seem like fair deals the extra and the yak
good luck selling em.
|Feb 22, 2013, 12:42 PM|
DX6i has sold, everything else is still available.
Also adding a package deal on a beginner's special: An RTF Hobbyzone Champ and BNF Parkzone Polecat for $100 or $60/ea. Both are used and lightly scuffed but still fly wonderfully, and would make a good first and second plane for someone testing out the hobby. Local pickup preferred on these. Original boxes included.
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