|12-18-2009, 09:21 PM||#1|
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I am: Trevor B
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Radio of choice:
Futaba 12FGH FASST, 3PM-X FASST
# of RCs: 28?
Feedback: 33 / 100%
Total Props: 4
GP Cessna 182 ARF
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I bought this GP Cessna 182 as a replacement fuse for one that I already have. I have since decided to repair what I have.
This particular ARF has never been out of the box. It is still wrapped in plastic as shipped and only the box has been opened. There is no damage.
This ARF is easy to assemble and the instructions are exceptional. The cut and fit is nearly perfect. It is a great flying aircraft (until you slam it into the lake) with a good 40, but seems to be just right with a 46 when used with floats. Most lower profile 46's (Thunder Tiger, Royal, OS 46 SF, FS, FS-R, maybe even a 46FX) fit inside the cowl. The only shortfall almost everyone bitches about is the weak nose gear. Fults has one available that is almost a perfect fit but requires a rework of the nose wheel pant.
It sells new at GH for $210 plus taxes. I'll let this go for $210 shipped. That way, you should still get a good deal. I'll bend a bit too.
I would welcome a trade for a TF 182 or a TF DC3 kit. You send me yours, I'll send you mine...
Wing Loading 29.2 oz/sq. ft
Fuse length 48"
Engine 40-51 2c, 52-80 4c
Radio 4-5 Ch, 5 standard servos
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