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« on: January 25, 2010, 12:31:08 PM »
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A friend, on a recent visit to Kolkata, picked up this lovely 'toy' for me. Priced at only Rs.390/- it is beautifully detailed. Finishing is very good. Flight times are more than satisfactory. With 200 turns of the rubber, it can stay up for 15 seconds or more. If you remove the pontoons, the flight time increases significantly. I haven't tried removing the pontoons as the model looks beautiful in itself!

All in all, value for money for young and 'slightly older' kids! Grin

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« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2010, 02:37:31 PM »
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This and many other similar kits are available at Hobby Idea next to Mahalaxmi  temple, Mumbai. one should visit this beautiful store not only for such rubber powered aeroplane but for other hobby products. this stores is run by Pidilite industries.
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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2010, 03:43:36 AM »
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hi guys,
just looking at it 'quickly'................ would not take much to mount a 'servo motor' and miniture servo for elev or perhaps contol as for 'v'tail plenty of room up back for flaps or what.
any good?
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A friend, on a recent visit to Kolkata, picked up this lovely 'toy' for me. Priced at only Rs.390/- it is beautifully detailed. Finishing is very good. Flight times are more than satisfactory. With 200 turns of the rubber, it can stay up for 15 seconds or more. If you remove the pontoons, the flight time increases significantly. I haven't tried removing the pontoons as the model looks beautiful in itself!

All in all, value for money for young and 'slightly older' kids! Grin

Cheers!

VC
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