3D Hobby Shop Velox Revolution 47"
"Announcing - The 3DHobbyShop 47" Velox Revolution.
Coming this winter - the no-compromises, 3S or 4S aerobatic machine that has all the really wild tumbling of a short-coupled plane (and then some) as well as the very, very stable hover and torque rolling ability of a long airplane. Extremely stable upright harrier without rock is combined with point-and-go blast and the great tracking and authority of airfoiled tail surfaces.
Scott Stoops developed airframe including the Stoops wing.
Really excellent craftsmanship from our partner factory.
Removable SFGs (but you won't want to remove them).
Phenolic horns/ball link hardware
Pre-installed blind nuts for motor mounting.
Spring-loaded canopy latch.
Carbon wing spar tube.
Very quick build.
Available in Red and Blue versions.
Torque 2818T-900 / 3S 2000-2200 20C / XOAR 13x6-13x8 PJN prop
Great 3D and precision, really easy hover.
Torque 2814T-820 / 4S 2000-2200 20C / XOAR 12x6-12x8 PJN prop
Awesome power, blast out of hover and fly fast.
ARF - $159.99
Power combos will be available. Full specs and expected delivery information coming later in the month." ----Ben Fisher 3dHobbyShop.com (Blucor Basher)
Last edited by 800mZero; Sep 07, 2007 at 02:16 PM.
I think Ben and Scott are working toward a monopoly of the hobby industry, with all these great planes.. I've not bought anything other then 3DH planes for several months...
This one looks like the next on the list of 3DH Koolaid and Crack combos that will find a home in my hangar.
Where's the preorder button?
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