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Old Sep 02, 2008, 12:50 AM
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Press Release - Precision Aerobatics new US Operation

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Press Release
September, 2008

Precision Aerobatics new US Operation

Precision Aerobatics, a manufacturer of high quality RC products is pleased to announce the opening of their new US operations.

Precision Aerobatics headquarters are located in Sydney Australia. As a leading designer and manufacturer Precision Aerobatics recognize the need in a US facility fully dedicated to their line of products, offering full replacement parts service as well as the complete line of iPAs® components (Integrated Performance Airframe-Drive System) required to set up their Electric powered FiberFusion® aircraft, including the PA Thrust outrunner motors, PA Quantum ESC and other accessories available so far solely through Precision Aerobatics in Australia.

The new facility will be offering fast and friendly sales service and professional technical support as well as handling any warranty claims.

The new facility will be opened at the beginning of November 2008 with the release of the new FiberFusion® long anticipated Ultimate AMR.

Once opened, customers should log on and click on the USA flag to make a purchase of a Precision Aerobatics product in the USA.
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Old Sep 02, 2008, 09:07 AM
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Wow, that finally means, all PA products available in USA!
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