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Lights in my Sabre X

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale RC General Discussions' started by njswede, Aug 29, 2012.

  1. njswede

    njswede 150cc

    Other than being a great plane for low and slow flying, the Sabre X features red transparent covering for the entire fuse and wings. I'm tempted to install a lighting system that takes advantage of that.

    The problem is I have zero experience with lights on RC planes. I'd like to cut as little covering as possible. Is there a light I can mount at the inboard end of the wings that spreads the light across the rest of the wings? Where should I start looking?
  2. This is probably not much help, but have you looked around for some sort of small LED spotlight? Mount them in the fuse and point them outward. I have seen several tiny LED flashlights that are ridiculously bright and would do the job, but I am not sure how you would wire them up.
    Just brainstorming here. Finding a single LED bright enough might be hard due to the power requirements. I would be interested to see what you come up with. Transparent covering looks pretty cool when lit from the inside if you ask me.
  3. 3dNater

    3dNater 3DRCF Regional Ambassador

    Something like this?


    I think this is the one you would want for that size of plane.

    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 30, 2012
  4. njswede

    njswede 150cc

    Thanks! I May try that. Maybe just mount three spots between the wings pointing sideways and backwards. That ought to do it...
  5. njswede

    njswede 150cc


  6. RCAddict16

    RCAddict16 70cc twin V2

    You could maybe cut a small hole at the end of each wing and run a string of lights through it. Just a thought.............

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