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Yippee! What the postman brought

Snoopy1

640cc Uber Pimp
Showed up at last. The receiver for the 20cc ARS 300 skywing. Now I can switch back to the SkyWing and hopefully finish it.
 

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TonyHallo

150cc
I think my first build back in 1985 was a Sterling kit, Piper Vagabond, 1/2A size, didn't last long!!! Of course I was smart enough to fly it without any help?
 

BalsaDust

Moderator
I think my first build back in 1985 was a Sterling kit, Piper Vagabond, 1/2A size, didn't last long!!! Of course I was smart enough to fly it without any help?
Yeah this kit currently is a tank. the box with everything in it weighs 5 pounds. I know not all of it will stay but i think if built bone stock after all the electronics went in it would be pushing 7ish or more pounds. I plan to remove a lot of weight. Would be nice to get it to be right at 5 pounds RTF. That way I could get away with a good 4S setup.
 

TonyHallo

150cc
The Amazon guy showed up today with an ER16 collet set. The sizes that arrived do not match what was advertised but that's ok I already ordered another set of collets on Ebay to complete the three missing sizes, $16 for the set, couldn't buy separate collets for less than $7 each and find the sizes that I needed. An ER32 collet is shown for comparison .

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