Jan 05, 2013, 09:02 PM
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Blossee,manufacturing process can very greatly between the different types of foam and the finished products weight,density,rigidity,and flexibility etc. This is way off topic but z-foam and epo are different types of foam .
I own Multiplex (Elapor foam), Parkzone (Z-Foam), GWS (EPO version foam) and Electrifly (AreoCell Foam) all of these foams are all a type of EPO foam. They may have a custom mix for each manufacturer but are much the same.

I have been flying the 26 oz Parkzone Typhoon3D park flyer for many years. The VisionAire at 43.7 oz is NOT a Park flyer according to the AMA. The VisionAire should be grouped in with the 10-15 size electric planes and not flown in parks.

I would like to know if Parkzone is going to offer a Plug-N-Play version? The Rx, battery and charger total $196.97 so Plug-N-Play for $103.02 sounds right, right?
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Jan 05, 2013, 09:06 PM
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Blossee,manufacturing process can very greatly between the different types of foam and the finished products weight,density,rigidity,and flexibility etc. This is way off topic but z-foam and epo are different types of foam .
Except park zone planes are made in the same factories that make all the other EPO planes (dynam and FMS for certain make some of them). Do you really think the mfgr is going to use entirely new equipment just for one OEM?

Of course not. EPO is EPO is EPO. Call it what you want (elapor, z-foam, yadda, yadda), but I haven't seen any EPO that wasn't high quality stuff from any manufacturer. The only thing they change is the molds.
Jan 05, 2013, 09:14 PM
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Jan 05, 2013, 09:15 PM
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We have no plans for a lower completion level of the Visionaire. If we did, the lowest it could be is BNF Basic since AS3X is central to the experience.

I doubt you'll have any trouble flying the Visionaire in the local park environment. It's not a high speed airplane so it won't really have the energy to cause concern.
Jan 05, 2013, 09:15 PM
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C'mon HH slap that new RX in a Beast about the same size as this or in between this and the Edge QQ and peoples faces would explode!
Jan 05, 2013, 09:35 PM
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C'mon HH slap that new RX in a Beast about the same size as this or in between this and the Edge QQ and peoples faces would explode!
Ditto!! I'd love one the same size as the QQ Edge and/or a park flyer size!!
Jan 05, 2013, 09:37 PM
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C'mon HH slap that new RX in a Beast about the same size as this or in between this and the Edge QQ and peoples faces would explode!
This!!! I will be back in 10 months looking for some new planes and I always have at least 1 horizon park size. Now its a P-51 with a power 25 on a 3s. I think that if I went 4 the plane would explode
Jan 05, 2013, 10:02 PM
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Except park zone planes are made in the same factories that make all the other EPO planes (dynam and FMS for certain make some of them). Do you really think the mfgr is going to use entirely new equipment just for one OEM?

Of course not. EPO is EPO is EPO. Call it what you want (elapor, z-foam, yadda, yadda), but I haven't seen any EPO that wasn't high quality stuff from any manufacturer. The only thing they change is the molds.
False.

PKZ airplanes are made in a factory that only does work for Horizon.
Jan 05, 2013, 10:04 PM
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But, but, but, butt. The internets say otherwise!
Jan 05, 2013, 10:11 PM
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Still, though, why is there such an enormous difference in quality on some models? P47 being perfect, F4U-1A being, well, lets just say I regret that purchase. Aside from the retract issue, the paint doesn't stick to the foam, and the mold on the hinges is way off. Wouldn't the molding and paint be at least be consistent?
Jan 05, 2013, 10:16 PM
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Thanks,i stand corrected on the EPO discussion. I'll rephrase.. manufacturing processes can give the same TYPE of foam different qualities for the final product.
Jan 05, 2013, 11:07 PM
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ParkZone VisionAire AS3X (5 min 32 sec)
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Jan 06, 2013, 06:04 AM
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Bit late to the party...
Jan 06, 2013, 06:33 AM
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[QUOTE=Bowerz;23727070]Bit late to the party...[ U R sooo right ,,found vid .posted THEN went back to finish reading thread,,,,NEXT page saw same vid,,,,TO LATE.........LOL
Jan 06, 2013, 09:43 AM
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We have no plans for a lower completion level of the Visionaire. If we did, the lowest it could be is BNF Basic since AS3X is central to the experience.

I doubt you'll have any trouble flying the Visionaire in the local park environment. It's not a high speed airplane so it won't really have the energy to cause concern.
I am quite surprised. You look to be making two big mistakes. Good Luck!


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