View Poll Results: Which DW do/have you own/owned?
DW 28" kit 62 10.49%
DW SKUA 29 4.91%
DW 38" kit 177 29.95%
DW 48" kit 156 26.40%
DW 55" kit 71 12.01%
DW Pylon Racer 9 1.52%
Never owned one 208 35.19%
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Old Jan 02, 2013, 12:47 AM
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anyone flown the Rehab yet?
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Old Jan 03, 2013, 01:45 PM
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I have. I've crashed it too. The EPP parts just take it in stride and assuming you don't break the prop, or really stuff it in hard, you just go fly some more. Great little airplane.
Old Jan 03, 2013, 01:47 PM
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I think I like the looks of their other EPP bird...the Angelfire?
Old Jan 03, 2013, 05:53 PM
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i'm really stoked to try out one of Mike's 32" EPPs.
Old Jan 04, 2013, 12:12 AM
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The Rehab should be a winner. I wish Mike came out with it about 6 mo's earlier. It was just what I was looking for at that time. I bought a Crack Yak from Twisted Hobbies instead. It is quite obvious that the Rehab is built along the same platform and is VERY similar in design. the Crack Yak is a great flyer, but still has some issues that I am sure the Rehab will not have. Especially with the use of Depron in the important parts.

Yes, I like the Crack Yak, but when it wears out I will replace it with a Rehab. I know it will do the job!

Neat thing about this size and style of model. You can throw it in the trunk of your car and take it with you and fly almost anywhere. Also, It doesnt mind a stiff breeze! Must have something to do with the wing design.
Old Jan 04, 2013, 09:58 AM
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Thanks. What were the issues with the Crack?

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The Rehab should be a winner. I wish Mike came out with it about 6 mo's earlier. It was just what I was looking for at that time. I bought a Crack Yak from Twisted Hobbies instead. It is quite obvious that the Rehab is built along the same platform and is VERY similar in design. the Crack Yak is a great flyer, but still has some issues that I am sure the Rehab will not have. Especially with the use of Depron in the important parts.

Yes, I like the Crack Yak, but when it wears out I will replace it with a Rehab. I know it will do the job!

Neat thing about this size and style of model. You can throw it in the trunk of your car and take it with you and fly almost anywhere. Also, It doesnt mind a stiff breeze! Must have something to do with the wing design.
Old Jan 04, 2013, 07:03 PM
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40" Juka in the mud


This is a testament to how solid DW foamies are. I was 20 feet in the air when I lost connection with the receiver, still need to figure out what happened there, and the pic is the end result. Good news is the only thing that happened is the prop broke. Not a dent in the plane, just some mud.
Old Jan 05, 2013, 01:08 AM
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Denver Jayhawk.

Crack Yak issues are very minor. Full EPP on the Crack Yak seems very sensitive to climate changes. The fuse seems to expand and shrink when the temperature changes, thowing the trim off considerably. I don't own a DW Fusion, only 9mm depron and it never changes shape and holds it's trim in all weather types.
Other than that, the Crack Yak is a great little airplane. But I like the idea of the Depron in various places along with the epp on the Rehab!
Old Jan 05, 2013, 03:13 PM
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Yes, I like the Crack Yak, but when it wears out I will replace it with a Rehab. I know it will do the job!

Neat thing about this size and style of model. You can throw it in the trunk of your car and take it with you and fly almost anywhere. Also, It doesnt mind a stiff breeze! Must have something to do with the wing design.

+1

I'm actually liking my Techone milled sbach I got for xmas more. It flies so true and straight.
The CYLs are snappy, but have issues with warped foam near the rudder. I thought it just might be MY builds(2 of them) but I noticed it's the same on ALL CYLs. Both need quite a bit of left rudder trim. They are however just about as good as you can get with EPP...I'm just a fan of depron.
Old Jan 05, 2013, 03:15 PM
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I wasn't shocked to see a REHAB come out after the CY.

A couple friends and I were joking about it about a week before it came out.. Irony
Old Jan 06, 2013, 07:35 PM
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Oh yes, the Crack Yak rudder warp. Yep, mine is too. Just have to trim it out., but it is a pain and doesnt happen with depron.
Old Jan 11, 2013, 12:52 AM
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got everything ready for the expo tomorrow!

from left to right:

34 inch extra 330 pro
ultra light 40 inch yak 55 (aerofoam, weighs about 7 oz with the batt.)
34 inch extra 330 pro modified to be a 330sc with VPP and vector trhust
30 inch cub with AS3X
34 inch point
32 inch juka pro with vpp

and EF 48 inch extra 300 on the back
Old Jan 11, 2013, 11:53 AM
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got everything ready for the expo tomorrow!

from left to right:

34 inch extra 330 pro
ultra light 40 inch yak 55 (aerofoam, weighs about 7 oz with the batt.)
34 inch extra 330 pro modified to be a 330sc with VPP and vector trhust
30 inch cub with AS3X
34 inch point
32 inch juka pro with vpp

and EF 48 inch extra 300 on the back
Good job, have a good time and tell Mike I said hello.
Were skipping the show this year.
Old Jan 12, 2013, 01:18 AM
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If you go to Electric Flight Events in the Thread AMA Convention Ont Ca 01 11 12 13 2013 I'm putting up a pretty good pic and video show of the event . At least as good as one guy with a pocket cam ... can do. Santi is in there ... It was a pretty good day for day #1
Old Jan 12, 2013, 04:23 PM
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If you go to Electric Flight Events in the Thread AMA Convention Ont Ca 01 11 12 13 2013 I'm putting up a pretty good pic and video show of the event . At least as good as one guy with a pocket cam ... can do. Santi is in there ... It was a pretty good day for day #1
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...3&postcount=17

Link to the DW video's

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