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Old 12-04-2014, 06:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Figured it would be easier if we had a separate thread for Evo pics. I'll start.

Look how nicely its all packed.

The box size difference is HUGE!!
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For those wondering, the Evo canopy looks like it'll be a perfect fit on the Legacy.
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Nice, Ivan!!
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Old 12-04-2014, 07:10 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The carbon fiber parts are this amazing looking satin finish.
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Fit and finish has been top notch so far!
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Did you sand smooth the edges of the carbon parts?
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Did you sand smooth the edges of the carbon parts?
I have not sanded any edges yet. I normally only do this in areas to prevent chaffing or where it might be sharp and handled often.

The carbon work is really really nice.
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Oh my god that is soooo sexy! I can't wait to get mine!
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It truly is an impressive, and high quality kit! Well worth the wait!
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It truly is an impressive, and high quality kit! Well worth the wait!
It really does look extremely high quality.


Much, much higher quality than another "all made in USA" 700 kit I got very recently.
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Looks great guys! Delivery guy can't show up soon enough!
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Looks great guys! Delivery guy can't show up soon enough!
Ditto!!
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Figured it would be easier if we had a separate thread for Evo pics. I'll start.

Look how nicely its all packed.

The box size difference is HUGE!!

Hopefully the larger box protects the canopy better than the Legacy Rush.

My poor canopy was badly beaten up by the parts that were packed inside it, despite being wrapped in bubble wrap. Our Canadian postal service must have kicked the box around the block before delivering it to me.

Is the Evolution canopy packed totally separate from the rest of the parts?
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Canopy shares the box with the blade holder and the rubber canopy grommets.

It has a lot of breathing room.

And it looks freakin' awesome!
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Canopy shares the box with the blade holder and the rubber canopy grommets.

It has a lot of breathing room.

And it looks freakin' awesome!

Nice!
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Old 12-05-2014, 03:00 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Some photos...
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Man....... I sooooooooo want to tear into this box I have here and get a bare airframe built. But a friend and I are gonna do a build party, start to finish when he gets a new machine to build.
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Old 12-05-2014, 07:48 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Making some more progress. Just loving the carbon look. Fitment on the aluminum parts is amazing. Love how well things were thought out on this heli. The ability to tilt the anti rotation bracket to remove the head is genius!
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!!!WOW!!!
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Frame is complete. Went together very smoothly.

rigid, looks great. Loving it. Canopy looks amazing.

RC Booya mounts in the rear are going to make getting the canopy on and off a breeze.
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