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Old 06-29-2009, 04:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

I'm realy thinking hard about putting a hole in my wallet & investing in the new Kasama Srimok 90.
This will be my first 90 sized heli and wondering what engine & exhust to use.
I'm leaning towards the OS.91HZ-H engine & the Curtis Youngblood Musle Pipe 6.
I'm also planning on using the GY 611 & dedicated servo, but not really sure what cyclic servos to use.
I'm not into the 3D flying but would like to do the odd loop & roll.
It might seem a waste to have an heli like this & not do 3D but I just love the engineering in this model.

I currently fly a Trex 600 Nitro Pro & Trex 500 ESP.

Thanks in advance for your input & comments.

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Old 06-30-2009, 05:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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see the other post that i made....
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Old 07-02-2009, 03:12 AM   #3 (permalink)
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This heli would give you a lot of pleasure and fun as a sport flyer - lot of the pleasure comes from the build. The OS91HZ is a great engine and can be bought as the ALign 91HP a bit cheaper. I have used the Align 91 - CY91 MP5 - Hatori pipes all good but my overall favourite at present is the GPE Nitropower 91.

611 is a great gyro but if you can get your hands on the 520 this is as good and simpler. For sport flying a 401 would do you just as well or the ALign 750 - all easy to use and work well. Cyclic servos 8717 - BLS451 - Align 610 - Hitec 7975 all good as doubtless many others.

A lot depends on availability and price - we have an abundance of great quality accessories to use these days
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