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Old 01-11-2011, 06:33 PM   #1
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Default Miniature Aircraft Fury 55 Build Review




Well, It's here. My Fury 55 I picked up earlier today.

Over the next few day's I will be building this beautiful machine. With the inclusion of Pictures
and my text commentery. I'm really excited and looking forward to working on this machine.

There will also be an add on review.. But I shall elaberate further later on.

I have taken some pictures.. But I'm currently uploading.. So take this as a small enticement for you to WATCH THIS SPACE.

Specs: OS55 Engine
B320 Funtech 55 - 56 3D Pipe
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:34 PM   #2
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So, Let's get this started shall we!

Here we have some box shots, as you can see the box is very nicely designed, Showcasing the products features and specs:








Also, In the top right hand corner we have the signature of the designer and the approval signature of The "One" Bobby Watts.



Also you can notice the FBL sticker to denote it's a FBL kit.
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:34 PM   #3
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So with some of the box shots out of the way.. Let's start exploring the insides shall we?

Here I've just opened the top of the box. As you can see it's nicely presented and the contents seem to be packed well.




A nice added touch to the kit is the included "Miniature Aircraft" Build Towel, AKA Crying towel This seem to feel good quality and will come in handy when cleaning the machine




Once the towel has been removed we can reveal the manual, and no doubt under the manual there's more of the hardware bags,



So, Let's move the box out the way, and get onto looking at the indivisual hardware.

So, When we opened the box we saw the towel and manual on top, Along with the side frames on top of packaged box:



Here, We can see the boom in it's package, There's some loose bits that rattle around.. But that will be the tail linkage rod.



Instead of taking each picture of the hardware bags, I decided to line them up and take a picture here:


All are labeled accordingly, as you go trough the manual you will need to also open the correct bag.

So, That's the core hardware extracted and looked at.. I must say, The quality looks amazing.. just by looking you can tell they have put effort into making a quality machine..

Hmm.. I wonder what is in the box I mentioned above? WATCH THIS SPACE to find out in the next section
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:35 PM   #4
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So, This is the last section of "What's in the box" Let's see whats next!

So.. that box? Yes.. This box:



This box was nicely packaged in with the kit, and suprisingly took up over half the box size.

Let's getting opening it!...


Starting to open the box!



Getting Closer the packaging is superb!




Can you guess what it could be?




Well Well Well!



Look at the beautiful painted canopy by canomod.. It's one the best stock painted canopy's i've seen in a long while.





So, With the box contents explored, I shall now move onto the build next!



Chapter 1 Finished! Next... The Build!


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Old 01-11-2011, 06:36 PM   #5
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Pictures are too big...
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:57 PM   #6
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Nice job so far!

But yes.. re-size the photos!

(And move to the appropriate forum)
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Old 01-11-2011, 07:00 PM   #7
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Its fine here, the MA forum is one of the many I dont bother to visit.
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Old 01-11-2011, 07:05 PM   #8
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For you Chrome users. Hold down the Control key and scroll down on your mouse. The pics will fit beautifully Also that is a great looking kit.
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Old 01-11-2011, 07:09 PM   #9
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But yes.. re-size the photos!
You can use the IMG640 tag instead of the IMG tag if you don't want to actually resize the source photos.

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(And move to the appropriate forum)
Agreed. It needs to be moved. We really can't make exceptions with build threads. I'll leave a week-long redirect though.
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