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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by blorincz » 31 Jan 2013, 06:10

pbody2013 wrote:Sweet my bearings just showed up, Thanks Bob!! Will try them out this weekend. I've noticed a lot of play in the stock ones in the last week or so and Im thinking the new ones arrived just in time.
Good to hear. Let me know how they work out.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by pbody2013 » 30 Aug 2013, 02:39

Dang, forgot about this. Well going on 7mths with them and not an issue, still spin as good as when I first got them. Thanks.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by blorincz » 30 Aug 2013, 03:41

pbody2013 wrote:Dang, forgot about this. Well going on 7mths with them and not an issue, still spin as good as when I first got them. Thanks.
Great to hear. Just curious, have you been oiling them every 2-3 hours of flight time?
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by pbody2013 » 30 Aug 2013, 04:10

Opps lol. Guess I better get on that.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by blorincz » 30 Aug 2013, 04:41

pbody2013 wrote:Opps lol. Guess I better get on that.
LOL, actually, that's why I asked. I know there are a lot of people that don't bother oiling them, and they keep on humming even a year later. It speaks to the quality of the Boca brand. While keeping them lubed will make them last longer, it's not like they will burn out in 3 months if you don't.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by pbody2013 » 31 Aug 2013, 17:47

Thanks, picked up some bearing lube at hobby store yesterday. Let them soak for a bit not that I think that's required but don't think it'll hurt. Definately a quality product. Will the Sport Cross have Boca's? I read it comes with quality bearings.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by GPSSerbia » 01 Sep 2013, 07:18

Hello, just curious, will you ship your products to Serbia, Europe? Thanks for the answer.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by blorincz » 04 Sep 2013, 02:20

GPSSerbia wrote:Hello, just curious, will you ship your products to Serbia, Europe? Thanks for the answer.
I do, Serbia is available in the country menu when placing an order, but it may be more cost effective for you to order from I-Drone.me in the UK. Depends on the currency exchange rates.
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Re: Now available, High Performance Bearings

Post by GPSSerbia » 04 Sep 2013, 10:45

Thank for your answer, I will see the options. Cheers.
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