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Thread: Horizon Hobby E-flite Carbon-Z Cub PNP

  1. #21
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    Hey Dad...can I go flying too!

    A Site For Soar Eyes

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    The little guy met some friends at the field and also thinks he found his mother!

    A Site For Soar Eyes

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    Jim
    Did you tow anything with it, and if so what size and weight. We will be towing with it tomorrow.
    Jeremy and Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by swiss1 View Post
    Jim
    Did you tow anything with it, and if so what size and weight. We will be towing with it tomorrow.
    Jeremy and Ben
    Jeremy,

    When will these be back in stock....the BNF version that is?

    Pete

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    Pete
    Our next batch is due on the 22nd November, do you want one?
    We never got our full quota on our first shipment.
    Jeremy and Ben

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    I just saw a video that a few of you on here also have seen, of the E-Flite Carbon Z Cub towing the E-Flite 1/4 scale Blanik at SEFF!!

    I am impressed!!!

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    Yep, absolutely too cool. For those on facebook, you may be able to hit the video here:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=2&theater
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    If there wasn't video of that I would have flat out refused to believe it.
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    I have seen the CCub fly and it has the grunt to do it, not surprising at all, it may be the perfect tow plane for a few lightweight vintage models I have, I get concerned about our tugs having too much brute force for models like my Fred China vintage collection, the CCub may be just right. I still have the 15% coupon I haven't used yet! Now I have an idea of what to get.

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    Now we will all have to get the NEW Park 480 sized Cub, too


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