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Nov 29, 2002, 06:11 PM
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EDF Xmas wish list

OK everyone,it's the silly season again,what will your 'significant other' be buying you for Christmas,and what would you REALLY like?
Looking forward to your replies,this could be fun!

My wish,Hackers Hackers Hackers,Jepe F-16,A-4.Airworld Swallow+Schubi fans.Decent flying weather.

My reality,clothing items,after shave,socks etc.(not that I'm ungrateful..)Hope she isn't reading this,hmmm,or maybe I do!

Lets have your wishes please!

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Nov 29, 2002, 06:29 PM
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You asked for it!

Mini 480 ducted fan
(2) E10-HHR3000SCU battery packs
·(2) HS-81MG Servos
·(5) BP101 BB Servos (Pico BB)
·(3) HS-60 Super Micro Servos
·Supreme Super Slim Fut J receiver
·(4) Futaba Plug 12” extension cables
·Kontronik 480-33 brushless motor
·Smile 50-6-18 brushless motor speed control
·Orbit Microlader V6.0 Charger
·PC interface and PC software for Orbit Microlader 6.0

Oh boy the scary thing is all those servos are going in the same plane..... The details of the plane will be anounced after christmas, if everything goes well it should be some piece of art..

"If everything goes well"- Thats not a sign of confidence...
Nov 29, 2002, 11:09 PM
Fly Brushless!
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Do you know Brad Kraushar from Brecksville, OH? I went to college with him.

Nov 29, 2002, 11:58 PM
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Hello All,

My wish to get the MH F14 with all the fiberglass and foam parts, 2 MF480, EJF retracts, RBC A4, 2 astro/wemotec micro fan for my RBC A10.

My reality, everything up to the EJF retracts and money to buy the rest.

Nov 30, 2002, 03:36 AM
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My Exmas wish is to do better paint jobs and build better models. Thats all.

And, to keep in good health so I can enjoy the hobby.

Nov 30, 2002, 05:26 AM
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Six winning lottery numbers would do me only six.
Nov 30, 2002, 08:51 AM
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Nope don't know him which is suprising considering how small of a town this is, does he still live in Brecksville?
Nov 30, 2002, 09:54 AM
Purple power
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the accessories for the El Bandito.........gregg
Nov 30, 2002, 05:37 PM
Big gov never Works
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An unrealistic wish...

That people could all learn to live in peace, and fly airplanes...

Nov 30, 2002, 08:27 PM
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World Peace

I will go along with Steve ........ World Peace

Semper Fi

And a few Schubler 90 mm DS51 3P
Dec 01, 2002, 06:32 AM
Big gov never Works
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I agree with Joe, a couple of Shubelers would ease the pain
Dec 01, 2002, 06:51 AM
The blade numbers go up to 11
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World peace has gotta be top of the list- something tells me we'll never see it again in our lifetimes, though. Us Aussies, with what happened in Bali recently have finally realised that we're not so isolated after all.......

Of course, I'd also love a Hacker B20 and Jeti Master ESC - would save all the pain of making it myself......

Oh, and a nice smooth tarmac stip to fly off that was close to home........

Not to mention 20 AHr LiPoly cells!

And finally, if the big guy is reading this, HOW ABOUT SOME @$#@$ RAIN! Dunno if you guys on the other side of the world know that most of Australia is having the worst drought in history, yes, even Sydney! Imagine your own capital city with no rain for six months! Can't? Neither could we, till now!


ps. Did I mention the Hacker.........
Dec 01, 2002, 10:14 AM
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Firewood, juice and wind! (balsa stock, batteries and fans)

Yea the world peace would be nice, not sure we could ever `calm' the radicals! Maybe hand em a plane and say, `I bought this just for you '

And may it come down in buckets in Sydney (...rain dancing....)
Dec 01, 2002, 10:54 AM
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Stumax i think we have got all your rain here in england your quite welcome to some of it.
Dec 01, 2002, 04:49 PM
The blade numbers go up to 11
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Thanks for the rain offerings, guys! Actually we had the biggest rain in a long while on the weekend - 3mm! Of course the ground is so hard it just ran of into the drain