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Joe Handley

Member Since 19 Aug 2007
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In Topic: Dodge Challenger Hellcat 1/25th

Yesterday, 02:57 PM

I've heard that about the HP, and in some cases, that sounds more like rear wheel horse power than at the crank. Put a tune on it for E85 (maybe with bigger pump and injectors) or race gas and it could be seeing 900hp in otherwise stock trim!

In Topic: SNOW !

21 November 2014 - 04:07 PM

Yeah, same here. I'm the same way with Losi's (well, anybody's really) 1/5th scale gasoline burners......very, very cool, but expensive ($900-$2,000), too big for the space I have to run in, plus not as useful as one of those Phantoms with the camera!

In Topic: i may be a bit slow

21 November 2014 - 12:18 PM

They have arrested half the 70's and eighty TV  stars . LOL 


And I have to wonder how many have since been on Law and Order, SVU with all the up and coming actors :P

In Topic: SNOW !

21 November 2014 - 12:15 PM

Thanks for the info Joe, as I guess I didn't realize how pricey they can be.


I know, believe it or not, we have sold a surprising number of them and even had the Geneva F.D. asking about one with FLIR to check for hot spots at fire scenes and search and rescue duties.

In Topic: SNOW !

21 November 2014 - 06:18 AM

WOW! That's a scary site. BTW Joe, how much would one of those copters set a person back?


Depends on which one he has, the one with no camera is around $400-$450, with a basic WiFi camera that can transmit to your phone we sell for $489.99, the one that holds a GoPro and has a gimbal like the one in the video we had for $960, then we also sell one that has a WiFi camera mounted to a gimbal with a WiFi range extender (also transmots to phone) mounted to the controller for $1150 (and that just dropped from $1300!). These all have a GPS based return to home system so that if there is a problem (like if the transmitter dies mid flight), it will fly back to where it started and land. I've been told there is a $1300 model that you can program in a flight path and it will fly that path completely on it's own, so he could have programmed that one to fly up and down his block if he wanted to.