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Old 12-16-2013, 08:31 PM   #4131
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This statement in itself, leads me to ask. What is weight, actual, or perceived. Maybe some of the models perceived to be heavy should be actually weighed. Or, better yet flown to form an opinion.
Now this is not meant to be a harsh statement, more of an observation.
Following my common outlook that each of us has a personal hobby. I like some of my models for the way they do fly. Example was the 38lb 38% Extra with the Evolution 116. It was a joy to fly, a real go-to set-up.

O.K. now I roast.

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Nope... no excuses Dale... they're still all bricks, LOL!! And the MVVS116 is the biggest offender of all

The exciting part is now building a plane to neutralize this travesty
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Morning boys, jezzzzz u guys sure created a lot of reading thus morning.
You're up Ken...any piglets yet?
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:32 PM   #4133
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:35 PM   #4134
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Dale, you were right earlier today steering Lorne away from this thread....because as you said, I can have a bit of an impact at times concerning sales!

Glad to see Fergis stepping up because I have friends that want to fly what they have paid for...nuff said!
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:37 PM   #4135
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Jack this is the "Chat" room (so it seems). Not a place for a Vendor.
As opinions do surface.

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Old 12-16-2013, 08:41 PM   #4136
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WTF??? What's wrong with plastic fuel inlet?

You plan on slamming it in the ground dumbass??
Listen to Mr. Can't test it himself.

The Plastic lines are so CHINT!!!!!!

look at the progression of some of the GOOD engines. Like GP and DLE started with Plastic and went to pressed brass/aluminum.
MVVS spelled backwards = SUCKS
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:43 PM   #4137
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It's in the MVVS 190 thread!
Thanks anyways. Trev came to bat for you. No need to thank him, he seems to clean up your messes alot
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Listen to Mr. Can't test it himself.

The Plastic lines are so CHINT!!!!!!

look at the progression of some of the GOOD engines. Like GP and DLE started with Plastic and went to pressed brass/aluminum.
MVVS spelled backwards = SUCKS
If you had a clue you'd be on the floor playing with it. Brass is soo Old School I'm surprised they still use it.

Dumbass spelled backwards= DUMBASS
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Jack this is the "Chat" room (so it seems). Not a place for a Vendor.
As opinions do surface.

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Listen to Mr. Can't test it himself.
Dumbass, I buy products that I already know how they perform...no testing needed on my part because I'm already getting what I bought. If I change exhaust and get better performance great, if not...so what..

Anything else you need to know?..dumbass
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