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Old 10-26-2006, 06:02 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by luv2flyrc
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Just have a big sukhoi to build first though!

Hey Manny,

What Suk you working on? I would k**ll for a nice 100cc 3d capable Sukhoi 26 or 31 I'm sick of these ugly Yak things. In the real world, they're just a poor man's Sukhoi



It just like your avitar pic!! but unopened in the box!! I picked it up with the hardware kit! for dirt cheap!! i'm using the evo 80 TT compitition version engine for this plane i'm really excited about it! gonna change up the grafics abit! it's my winter keep me out of trouble build!!.. LOL!!

Plus i have the ultimate with my taurus 52 to build as well!! so i should be busy!!

what have you been up to?

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Old 10-26-2006, 06:56 PM   #12
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That's awsome Manny! Did you get that one from John at Triad?

You're going to luv it, I flew one for two seasons (my avitar) with ZDZ 80 on a canister. Do yourself a big favour though, if you like to fly blenders, walls or parachutes, open up the bottom of your wings over the winter and add shear webs to the back of the main spars from the root at least 2/3 of the way out.

I finally lost mine to the wing folding up in a parachute. It is well documented on RCU that the H9 Suk wings will break
and H9 redesigned the spar/ shear web setup on their subsequent giant ARFS. The Suk uses I-beam construction, all other's are D-tube. I know Randy on here flew his for alot of flights and never had a problem but, mine and other's have broke with no warning.

Hi Jim, I know Brians got one listed and I was very tempted to get it but, decided it was too small for a 100cc and I didn't want to go out and buy another 80cc.

Hi Chris,

I have seen the Wildhare Suk thread on RCU but didn't know there were vids on DOD, Thanks

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Old 10-26-2006, 07:09 PM   #13
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Thanks for the info!! i went through all of it on RCU!! good read!! you guessed it!! it's the one from john!! i'm so pumped about it!!! i had the goldberg sukhoi and always like the hanger 9 one!! The new evo 80TT should be a stump puller and will make a good combo!!


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Old 10-27-2006, 12:32 AM   #14
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Actually most of these are flying with a 100cc.

Don't forget that big round nose eats some of the power and those i saw with 80s in them just didn't do the plane justice.

Brians is setup for a DA 100 already.

What would be nice to see is an 80 - 100 cc SU-26M. The fullsize 26 still outflies the full size SU31.
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