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Old 04-30-2009, 07:20 PM   #1
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Rimfire 22M-1000 needs a home

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Hi everyone,
I have a Rimfire 22M-1000 and a SS-8 ESC that I'd like to put in a foamie to fly both in and outdoor in no wind conditions. I'm looking for good recommandations from you guys for a good foamie that could fly well with this setup. So a good 3D and freestyle bird to fly indoor and in the backyard.

I've read some good stuff on Charger RC and the Electrifly Pluma?!? What do you think of these?

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Old 04-30-2009, 08:14 PM   #2
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Re: Rimfire 22M-1000 needs a home

I highly reccomend a "blue foam" foamie. I have had a few depron planes for 3d and pattern type flying. Since I have discovered blue foam I have never looked back. These bue foam planes are WAY more dureable than depron and only a fraction of the cost. With one package of blue foam you can make at least 26 planes! The pack of foam is about $50 and is only available in US Lowe's stores. Check out the thread here for more info. Gaston (gbjets) username is the king of these blue foamies. Im sure he can help you out.

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Old 04-30-2009, 08:16 PM   #3
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Re: Rimfire 22M-1000 needs a home

I just got the new Pluma. I'm also using a M22-1000 with Castle Thunder Bird 9a ESC that I removed from a retired Matt Chapman flatout. The Pluma is a great flyer and the M22-1000 provides good performance. Highly recomended.
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