The Hitec Microjet

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  1. rockn82

    rockn82 Marx Brother

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    What do yall know about the Microjet[?] Is it a decent investment for a park flyer? How manueverable is it[?] What are its stall speeds[?] Any input would be wonderfull as I have been tossing the idea of getting something faster and more manueverable than the Areobird Challenger. But something that can still fly as slow for around 200-250 bucks. I fly in the parking lot out front of our store. So an airshow is nice for prospective customers... LOL
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    Oh and its a Multiplex Microjet. I think Hitec owns them though.
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    Hey Rock if you say you have been flying outside the store you're at why not get a real turbine scale plane and do flybys with that? I'm almost positive it'll get attention! LMOA :D
  4. Vicissitude

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    hey nitram68 you mean LMAO right? anyways hed get more gawkers with a copter i think.
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    Thanks for catching that little slip. Yes I did mean LMAO!:D
  6. rockn82

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    So no real info on the Microjet? Or what... How does the hardened styrofoam hold up?
  7. luke15

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    hi,if it is your second plane after the aerobird challenger it is to big a step in my opinion,it is a very fast slippery plane to fly with a very fast roll rate,it is also very tricky to handlaunch especialy if you are on your own,and you would need a very very big carpark to be big enough to fly it in lol(to many verys in that reply? lol)
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    Nope i was just looking for a little insight on it. I dont want something that wont fly slow enough to see clearly. But thank you for the reply. Any idea on a stall speed?
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