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08-26-2008, 12:23 PM
Hi All: I have a OPM Fusion bare airframe only for sale. Plane has some rash from dragging wing tips and a few covering patches. I flew it with a Webra Speed 40, Mecoa 46, and a Magnium 52. Servo openings are for Hitech standard size with a mini for throttle.
Yes it's a profile plane done up in red and white. Will attach photo's on weekend when my didg camera returns from holidays
$125.00 pickup only
Also have two larger planes 72" and 69" will let go for the right offer PM for details
08-26-2008, 02:33 PM
Dude, I love OMP planes... The fusion sells for $129.00 BRAND NEW... Please explain to me why I would pay you $125.00 for a used one that has some rash and patches? I just dont get it...
08-26-2008, 02:52 PM
Here is a link to the G.H. web site and the Fusion. It is a LOT more that $125. What gives with the big price differences?
08-26-2008, 02:57 PM
Yes I see! Ouch! I always bought my OMP planes directly from OMP so I was not aware of the huge price difference... Sorry about that... the truth is, if you add shipping, duties it of course would cost more that $129.00 regardless.
One thing is for sure, OMP makes great stuff! I have the Boxxer and flew their extra 540 profile for like 6-7 months. The plane was almost indestructable! I had to retire it because I simply could not kill it!! (broke two $100/each servo's while trying to trash it, that sucked)....
08-26-2008, 10:03 PM
Hi Housenet: The last Omp plane I brought in from the US was the new extra, It cost $21.00 US shipping PLUS $68.00 Canadian charged by UPS for brokerage taxes and shipping from the border! Turns it into a $200.00 plane real fast.
Mine is kit built covered in real MonoCote and outfitted with Du Bro hardware.
Check the RCU forms on the ARF, covering (China Cote) comes off, lots of wing failures and it was selling for more just a short time ago.
I like their stuff too but discovered the MOJO and Primo from Swany House, now my OMP fleet just collects dust. Pm an offer the thing is just hanging from the rafters it needs a new home!
08-27-2008, 09:32 AM
I know what you mean... On of my favorite planes to fly on a regular basis is the Mojo 60 you see in my avitar. I built it last January and have been enjoying it all year.
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