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Old Oct 08, 2012, 02:21 PM
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in my experience most people that fly at night tend to keep the wings right side up. And if you only light the upper and lower wing in one whole color it would kinda be hard to keep it oriented. I personally had a solid colored lower wing and leading edge of the tail but I also lit the entire underside of the fuse from the wings back so it looked like a giant blue arrow flying. The only problem I had was flying too far away.

And for what its worth, blue is not good to use if leaving the LEDs bare with no covering to diffuse the light. Really screws with the night vision.
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