CF Super Booms, Now on sale direct - RC Groups
Thread Tools
Nov 25, 2002, 06:21 PM
Eagles View Aerial
b0gh0s's Avatar

CF Super Booms, Now on sale direct

I have decided to manufacture and sell the CF super boom I used on my previous corona since I was finally able to locate a reliable source. This boom is made from a VERY STRONG CF tube that is nearly unbreakable. I tested the material by whacking it against my worktable and dented the wood. I have had 20ft drop crashes, boom strikes, etc. with no damage at all to the boom

I am offering the booms direct, MADE TO ORDER and am accepting payment via paypal total payment is 25.95 shipped.

What you get:
1 CF boom cut and ready to install
4 Plastic bearing shims cut and ready to use
1 instruction set including Boca Bearing Part number for bearings.

You will need to order the bearings directly from boca finish this upgrade. I can offer the bearings with the boom as a package but have to add 5$ to each bearing to cover my shipping, billing, and packing costs, (my way of encouraging you to order them direct and save yourself some money).

Please see my post for the Ultimate corona sale for pictures of the boom.

Orders/Paypal payments can be sent to

If you have questions about this product, my information is as below

Paul Barsamian
2426 Robincrest Lane
Glenview IL 60025
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Nov 25, 2002, 06:22 PM
Eagles View Aerial
b0gh0s's Avatar


I am also offering them cut down for the nitro LMH 110 machines as well. Please specify when ordering if you want the shorter version...
Nov 25, 2002, 07:28 PM
Registered User
Captain Carlton's Avatar
Do you know the weight difference between the original and your CF booms.

My ship is boarderline tail heavy.
Nov 25, 2002, 07:56 PM
Registered User
This is a good idea.
I put 7/16" auto fuel tube over my alum boom, two 2 inch lengths
at strike areas.

But after a month of thrills and spills, no more dents
due to boom strikes, but i've noticed curvature
of the boom, over time.

With a carbon tube, it will always be straight and true.
But maybe cover w/ fuel tube like me because,
the blades may crack instead.
(Rubber is the toughest, most resilient material
known to man.)