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Old Dec 04, 2002, 08:41 PM
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Carlos,

So your saying that out of all your planes. You like the Beaver the best?

If not, which plane would you said is you favorite plane out of the ones you own?
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Old Dec 04, 2002, 08:42 PM
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Re: Re: Bought the GWS P-51D but, Beaver is the Best!

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Originally posted by boris02
hey carlos;

do this little trick
1/ close your eyes
2/ take a deep breath
3/ try to spell GWS

so you can shine up our day bedide all of those monotone boring posts

and I will give you another trick next time. It will be more fun
lol
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Old Dec 05, 2002, 01:42 AM
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Sorry Leslie

Hey Sorry Leslie,

For some reason I thought you posted the three steps to get a trick and it was boris, go figure, guess my eye sight is going by building too many planes and up late night....LOL!

The Super Piper is one of my best planes, it's light and very responsive and with the EPS-300C-CS, it's very fast as well. No it doesn't have ailerons but, the thing flys inverted for a few seconds when I kick the rudder and elevator hard after a snap roll. It's a fun plane!

The Beaver comes in second because of it's realistic slow flying characteristics and it's able to do loops but, it's so big and wide FUSE that it's not as fun as the Piper.

The ZERO gets my knees shaking and lots of excitment but, I had lots of bad flying experience with this model which I finally overcame after so many repairs and researching why...

Okay, have a nice evening/moring!

Carlos
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Old Apr 01, 2011, 04:12 PM
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Light systems

Hi Guys,
Sorry to bring up old posts,
I,m new to R/C models and learning something new every time I visit this forum
I am trying to research a supplier of a navigation lighting system for my E-flight DHC-2 Beaver,
I was reading this thread on first few pages and found reference to "Curtek light systems" ,
Unfortunately the link goes to a page that says the company is no longer trading ,
Have any of you guys found another supplier of lighting systems or know of any links I should try,
I just want navigation lights and switchable landing lights like the ones on the beaver in this thread and Curteks web page,
Dont need anything too complex just yet
I,m based in UK but I,m happy to pay postage and wait for overseas parcels if you have a local supplier to you,
regards Noel
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Old Apr 01, 2011, 06:28 PM
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Hello Nomad welcome to RC Groups. Ive used these lights from Robotbirds - there based in the UK and i have shopped with them many times, very good service -

http://robotbirds.com/catalog/produc...oducts_id=5385

They plug into a spare channel on your receiver and can be turned on or off via your transmitter.

Good luck and post some pics of your build, we love pics here
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