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Old 06-23-2012, 07:05 AM   #1
hirobowen
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Default Turbulence E3 620 or 700

Hello all,
Just letting anyone that cares know that I have owned several hirobo Helis and loved them.
I have never liked the stock nuts bolts screws and balls that come with them. But now to the purpose of this post...
I am not coming back to Hirobo until I can buy a Turbulence 'E3' factory electric in either 600 or 700 size.
I love the look of the D3 and love the canopy but don't like nitro.
I'll now hop off my soap box
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Old 06-28-2012, 03:33 PM   #2
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Default I agree

I just picked up my 1st Hirobo Helicopter,
An older 30 size Shuttle plus and I know I will love it.
I have been looking at Hirobo for 3 years and picked this helicopter up minus engine and radio for $100.00 at a garage sale. I'd be so happy if I could just install and electric motor, I do not want a nitro helicopter.



Nitro or electric I got me a Hirobo If posable it's going to be a scale Jet Ranger
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