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Standard white Slo-V wing painted with a base coat of red craft paint.
Slo-V wing and tail painted and redesigned. It would have been cool to cut out the black areas, but I believe that it would have made the wing too weak.
Finished wing. I decorated the top and bottom of the wings. On a semi-aerobatic plane, it is a good idea to differentiate the top from the bottom for orientation, but with a slow flying model, that is not as critical.
Tail and stick fuselage.
2.5" spoked wheels. They are smaller than the originals, but I mainly fly off of concrete, so they should be fine.
I opted for a real tail wheel instead of the wire loop.
This is the BP 9YSS motor. It has a short, 3mm shaft. 840 KV.
The Slo-V has many accessory options (sonic module, nightflight module, drop module, etc). The trays come in handy. I used two of the hanging trays...one for the receiver and the other for the lipo. For the ESC, I removed the original battery tray, cut