Model Airplane News’ E-Flite Habu 32 EDF FACEBOOK Giveaway!

Jul 13, 2012 7 Comments by

Model Airplane News’ latest Facebook Giveaway Prize is a “E-Flite Habu 32 EDF Jet.” Check out more details and how to enter below. Comments below will NOT be entered in the sweeps; you must go to Facebook to enter!

 

Win this fantastic prize package!

Habu 32 EDF Jet

E-flite Electric Retracts Tricycle Set

E-flite Pro Brushless ESC (V2)

Brushless Ducted Fan 32 Motor

Delta-V 32 Fan Unit

E-flite LiPo Battery Pack

7, JR Sport MC35 Servos

1 JR Digital Micro Metal Gear Servo

Spektrum 8-channel Receiver

Habu Pilot Figure

Total retail value: $1,737.84

To Enter, Follow These 3 Easy Steps

  1. Become A Fan Of Model Airplane News On Facebook
  2. Fill out & complete the entry form [Valid Email is required]
  3. Tell us how many years you’ve been flying and what got you started (in 100 words or less) on our Facebook page

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7 Responses to “Model Airplane News’ E-Flite Habu 32 EDF FACEBOOK Giveaway!”

  1. Jaime Gutierrez says:

    45 years or so my dad is an enthusiast, so the first weekends of my life started at the flying field.

  2. Woody Harnell says:

    My father was an engineer/top turrent gunner on a B-24 Liberator in WW2, and was also a private pilot. Being born color blind prevented me from pursuing any future in flying, so I focused on RC aircraft after being exposed to the hobby back in the early eightys. I would buy a kit, build and cover it, but couldn’t work up the nerve to fly it. Back to the hobby shop I’d go with the finished, un-flow…n plane, and the owner would hang it up for sale. The first one sold in less than 48 hours, so I purchased a different model. This process repeated itself month after month…. Buy – Build – Sell…. I didn’t know anyone that knew how to fly nor was I aware of any flying clubs in or around my aera. After about two years of building and not flying, I gave it up. Fast forward to 2007 when my sister bought me a little electric ARF that had throttle and rudder only, both non proportional…….That’s right, no elevator, and no ailerons. I taught myself to fly with that little bird, and I went through several of them in the process. Now I love to fly and share with others what I have learned over the years. Remember the passion, Keep ‘em Flying….

  3. robert ruggiero says:

    Been flying both Helis and planes for about three years …

  4. Thomas Aschwanden says:

    I’ve been flying a couple years now. I started this hobby with an IR micro heli from a local electronics store. From there, an MSR, micro P-51 and micro J-3. Then my first “real” plane, a used Eflight Taylorcraft. It was all over after that! Now a T-28, Corsair, 40″ AJ Slick, F-15 EDF, MCPX, and a T-Rex 450. I would love to own a Habu, but not quite in the budget.

  5. Michael Gross says:

    My name is Michael Gross. My father, Mike Gross taught my brother and I to fly gliders in the 80′s. I have been involved in RC since. I have been primarily building and flying giant scale warbirds since 2005.

  6. Mark Betuzzi says:

    My name is Mark Betuzzi. My father taught flying during WW 2. Dad introduced me to the wonderful world of airplanes on my 12th birthday. He took me for a ride in a Cessna 172. Soon after I bought a Cox control line setup. About 20 years ago I joined the RC world and have been hooked ever since.
    Mark.

  7. Tien Macdonald says:

    I have been interested in aviation most of my life. As a boy I modelled plastic and small balsa aircraft. At age 21, I obtained my private pilots Licence. A few years later I purchased a Sig Citabria kit. Nearly twenty years later, I learned to fly with a Sig Kadet Lt-40. In the last four years, I have flown r/c airplanes and this year my twelve year old son is learning to fly the same Kadet. We also fly micro-helicopters indoors and I have learned forward flight with a 450 series heli. Since purchasing the Heli’s, I have become interested in electric flight. I have just converted my Hangar 9 RV-8 from .46 glow engine to an electric brushless outrunner. My son and I enjoy meeting people in the hobby and learning from others. It’s a great way for a father and son to spend time together.

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