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Aerobeez 30cc 71" Extra 330SC

Discussion in 'Aerobeez.com' started by gyro, Dec 26, 2013.

   
  1. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    Look what arrived just in time to start this weekend!
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    As always with Aerobeez, everything arrived undamaged. Their cartons are tough!

    Looks great, all the covering looks tight and isn't peeling. This scheme is really aggressive :D
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  2. 3dNater

    3dNater 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    I'm really excited to see more of this plane! Hurry along with the build :)
     
  3. cardenflyer

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    Wow, look at the control surfaces. Yup, I'm excited to see this one too. Looks awesome. Top notch planes from a top notch company. Keep them coming Alan.
     
  4. gyro

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    This plane looks sweet guys. The fuse is built light, but looks pretty tough. I really like the way the wings attach to the interior motorbox and structure instead if the outside skin.
    I'm going to put my super DLE-30 into it and see if it can handle my abuse :D
     
  5. gyro

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    Here is a few pics of the internal structure. Look how beefy the battery tray is, perfect for an electric setup with some big lipos!
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    They definitely built this one lighter than other models, there is no extra wood back there!
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    Finally, a smooth, flat bottom, which should be nice for those upright harriers.
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  6. 3dNater

    3dNater 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    Sweet Gary... I have just about convinced myself that I gotta have one of these :D
     
  7. 3dNater

    3dNater 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    Please tell me there are blind nuts in that landing gear block... if not I think I will have to install some.
     
  8. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    Nope, aluminum L brackets, so nylocks not blind nuts.
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    Pretty easy to access them though.
     
  9. jjoos99

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    Looked at this one after reading the newsletter. The models they build are very nice looking and I cant believe the pricing. I havent ever built anything this big but for that price I might have to consider one. Shoot aeroworks 60 size models arent too far away from being the same price.
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  10. gyro

    gyro GSN Contributor

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    Let's take a look at the goodies that come with the plane:

    Perfectly shaped Extra landing gear, these have that recognizable curve that we all know means an Extra. They're beefy where needed, with aerodynamic streamlining too.
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    The wheel pants are top notch. Again, not too thin like others we've seen that crack within a week, but not too bulky either. These seem just right, and should survive a grass field with no trouble. The blind nuts come pre-installed, and are aligned perfectly.
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    I really like these wheels. Very light, but they are not cheap just light foam. These seem to have a light foam interior, but durable rubber exterior.
    They should last a long time, and at 1.3oz each, you won't even notice them!
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    The tail wheel is also nice, matches the mains, and comes with nice hardware and a carbon mount.
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    Quality hardware is included, and these nice horns have some indents on them to help grip. These seem to be an improvement over horns included on previous Aerobeez kits I've built.
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    Don't have long servo arms? Need to save a little cash? You can screw these on top of the X or circle arms included with your servos. Also, there are some servo savers included for your servo extension wires... Nice bonus!
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    Finally, some nice adjustable turnbuckle type rods for the ailerons, and pull-pull hardware.
    Also, a little tri-stock to beef up the motorbox, and a basic fuel dot.
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