|Aug 24, 2006, 12:25 AM|
Trinity F3F Carbon D-box or full carbon
I like Trinity.
I may purchase it.
I am at a loss which I make it.
Trinity F3F Carbon D-box (balsa) 2500g
Trinity F3F full carbon (balsa) 2800g
Which do you have?
Please teach each characteristic.
Please teach how you liked it.
Can you perform DS in Carbon D-box?
Does not strength have any problem?
English is not good, and I'm sorry.
|Aug 24, 2006, 12:29 AM|
We asked this same question a few weeks ago on RCGroups. The advice was to get the D-box version for slope flying.
I had a full carbon version Trinity. Heavy, but strong. Probably stronger than necessary.
|Aug 24, 2006, 12:56 AM|
Carbon D box is PLENTY strong-- all carbon is too heavy for some F3F conditions. Depends on if you want to race, or fun fly!
|Aug 24, 2006, 11:49 AM|
I love my all carbon but if i was to do it again would go with the D-box. It seems to have a broader range of conditions it will fly in. Trinity is a GREAT plane though and you will be pleased.
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