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Old 02-17-2012, 01:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rush 750 a little smaller.

I like the rush 750 alot but if you comperd rush to another 700 class helis the rush is about 10cm smaller then "normal" 700 sizes helis why that?Big disc smaller heli=Fun or what?

But i think i Will have one that for sure

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Old 03-01-2012, 11:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well i checked the weight with No electronics, motor, and blades
only air frame and canopy is 2.13kg.

Weight with above plus 5025-440, (2)6s 5000, Edge 753's , Edge 115 Tails, Kontronic jive120, (4)Savox new Brushless HV servos, V-bar, (2) Spektrum sats, is 5.37kg Ready to Fly

Not Bad should be sick
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Old 03-01-2012, 11:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Charlie is that with a pair of 6s 5000's or just one?
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Charlie is that with a pair of 6s 5000's or just one?
That is both (2)
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Thanks, not bad at all.
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Yes I think it is pretty good! I am quite happy! so 11.8lbs ready to fly stretched on 753's
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Old 03-01-2012, 11:24 PM   #7 (permalink)
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How about some pics LOL
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How about some pics LOL
I will try to get some this weekend of the stretched Prototype on 753's
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Sweet, you know how much us freaks like to look at helis!
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So the release will essentially be a 700, and a stretch upgrade will be available eventually to run 753's? Release will swing 713's?
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Sweet, you know how much us freaks like to look at helis!
It's Heli Porn...
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So the release will essentially be a 700, and a stretch upgrade will be available eventually to run 753's? Release will swing 713's?
Yes it will release with standard boom for upto 713's a stretch will be available for the 753's all should be at same time of release
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Yes it will release with standard boom for upto 713's a stretch will be available for the 753's all should be at same time of release
... and, Oh yeah...
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I am interested.

I just thought with the name 750 it was going to come stock setup for 750 blades...
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I am interested.

I just thought with the name 750 it was going to come stock setup for 750 blades...
It will as time permits Please relize that blades and power systems are very rare(not many choices) at the moment this is a new class of heli so Release will be as a 700 version but you will see the stretch version very soon
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How soon after release will a 750 boom and torque tube be available?

Would a Scorpion HKIII-4035-500 and Jive 120+HV Be good enough for 753's on 5300 12S or should it stick to 713's?
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