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Old Nov 25, 2012, 10:21 PM
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You could use that motor but you would have to really focus on weight.
If I were to use that motor I would strip the fiberglass rods out of the body. Make sure I got the screw out of the nose. I would use depron 10mm for the elevons and fins use a small 6gm receiver, 6-9 gm servos. Lightweight batter hatch and cover ( I use black packing tape over manila evenlope), and run that motor on a 450 3s with a 7 x 3.5 prop.
It would fly pretty good at 10 ounces and be really fun if you can get it close to 9 ounces.

At close to 9 ounces it would be able to do this.

Inverted sidearm light stryker launch (0 min 38 sec)

This my 10 ounce stryker with a blue wonder motor on it.
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