The only place where you will need a screwdriver is in installing the pushrods for the elevators, and that's only if the servos need to be centered.

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Posted by: Spackles94 on Feb 22, 2009 09:33 PM
The only place where you will need a screwdriver is in installing the pushrods for the elevators, and that's only if the servos need to be centered.
 
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If you've got an evening to spare, you've got yourself a finished F-16. It's that simple to build, and it truly is a no-frills affair.
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There's no easy or unobtrusive way to hide the long antenna unless you want to start hacking at the foam. I simply ran it to the back and let the rest dangle out of the back. Pretty? No. Correct? Sure, why not.
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Sure, I went a bit too crazy with the sanding, but that's nothing that a bit of dark gull gray spray won't fix, right?
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The two-tone scheme is quite scalelike. And, if you need to tinker with the fan unit or the speed controller, the back of the intake is held together by four magnets, allowing easy access to both of them.
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