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This is the radio controlled, glow powered, Almost-Ready-to-Fly,
3D WITCH.40 Profile airplane
For intermediate to advanced modeler/flyers.
Backward flips, torque rolls, knife-edge loops, climbing inverted loops. this ProfilE aerobat can do everything the giant scale models can do at a fraction of their prices.COVERED IN ORA COAT MAT NOT THE CHEAP STUFF. HIGH QUALITY

FEATURES: Construction: Balsa and plywood.yellow,COOL LOOKING 3D WITCH ON FUSE. Red, yellow , Landing gear:YES aluminum.

Engine mount: Wooden.Building Time: Ready to fly in several hours.

with pre-built and covered wings, fuselage and tail assemblies,fuel tank, hardware package, illustrated instructions.

REQUIRES: Engine: .32-.46 cu in (5.2-7.5 cc) 2-stroke

OR .40-.63 cu in (6.5-10.3 cc) 4-stroke

Radio: Four channel

Servos: Standard size (1-Aileron, 1-Elevator, 1-Throttle, 1-Rudder)

SPECS: Wingspan: 45.78"

Wing Area: 45.6DM2

Length: 43.30"

Airfoil: Fully-symmetrical mid-wing.

leading edge at the fuselage side.

any body flying one looks good :lol: [/img]
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Well, it's a small pic, but it looks to me like the control surfaces are pretty small. The wing and fuse look familiar.
ok super size it looks a lot like my cg extreme 330 sweeeeeeeettttt

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Very nice looking.
How much?
Rudder looks small....

I think the rudder should be half the size of the fuse myself. I've never seen a rudder that was too big. :twisted:

If it was less $100 for an ARF, though, I would say fantastic. (I'm sure its at least $150 though).

What color is the bottom?
I agree. The control surfaces are on the small side. Have you flown one yet.
no i just ordered one yesterday. there selling for 85.00$ on rcu. he has a few more planes really cheap. it'll be a long time before i get it flying no servos or engine or battery setup. the bottom as i think he said was all yellow his website is heres a link to his add if anybody wants to buy one a let us know how it flys :lol:
OK, first for $85 if it's even close to useable, it's a great buy!!! Even if you had to build new control surfaces, if the fuse and wing are good it's a hell of a deal.

On the other hand (and I know this is sorta small of me) I found like 12 typos on his website in 60 seconds while reading about his commitment to quality. :lol: :lol: Now I'm no spelling bee winner, but I know how to use a spell checker, and before posting to a web site, he ought to do better...I'm thinking this is a side bussiness selling ARF seconds or leftovers from a manufacturer overseas.
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