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Old 02-24-2006, 01:19 PM   #11
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Here's a quick pic of the fuselages
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Old 02-24-2006, 02:56 PM   #12
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how is the quality on those fuselages? I heard some of them are pretty crappy
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Old 02-28-2006, 11:28 AM   #13
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Sorry Ven, I missed the post.

I have tried a couple different types in the past. drthdrk on runryder makes some. I bought his hughes 500D. These are very thin but detail is very good. they also came pre painted which is nice.
Customs opened the package and did't put it back together so the nose on the airwolf got a couple crinkles but I can fix those with a little heat and pressure.

when they are flying, hell nobody will be able to see the wrinkles. and if you are looking that close to see them, you better be making me an offer to buy lol.

I like a fuselage to fly with. it dosn't add much to weight but sure makes it easier to see and get orientation. I prefer the scale looking helis, and I think blue thunder and airwolf tv shows are what got me hooked on helis in the first place.

the fuses look different length so one will be normal length and the other will need the extended boom. I think I will build the non ccpm version first for the jet ranger and just order the goodies to build airwolf in extended stuff with some bling (thunder tiger raptor tailblade grips fit the main blades on a t rex for the record )
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Old 02-28-2006, 03:56 PM   #14
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very cool... i like the air wolf body... looks really nice... i think the air wolf is meant to go with the 450xl (which you have) and the jet ranger goes with the 450x (shorter than what you have)... so you might be better off building the airwolf first...
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