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Old Apr 30, 2002, 09:03 PM
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FS: Hobby Club PZL Wilga Scale

This little PZL Wilga has about 100 fun filled flights on her. I powered it with the Mega Acn 22/10/5 brushless motor with the Jeti 30-3P controller on 8 800AR or CP1300 cells with a MAster Airscrew 7x4 prop for blistering performance! PLEASE equip it exactly the same, or close to for performance you won't believe!

She definitely did not fly scale. Flight times were around 4 to 5 minutes with the 800 AR's, and 6 to 8 minutes with the 1300's. I also tried a Zagi 1700 8 cell pack and got 9 minutes with throttle management. Rolls, loops from level flight, cuban 8's, whatever your heart desires, the Wilga can and will do it with ease with the motor combo I just described.

Now she's not perfect. There are a few scratches and scrapes, some small cracks on the fiberglass fuse ( been repaired), and some repair patches of Ultracote. BUT, she still flies very well given the condition. The airframe is sound. Will ROG with ease with a bit of rudder input. She has rudder, aileron, elevator , and throttle control. Servo's were Hitec HS-81's in the fuse, and Maxx MX-50 Micro's for ailerons.

Airplane is sold without any electronics or hardware. Airframe and wings only. Built up wing and h-stab with fiberglass fuse. Cotrol wires installed and ready to accept servo's.

Wingspan is 42", length is 30" . Hobby Club wants about 140.00 for the ARF, I would like 65.00 O.B.O. shipped anywhere in the continental USA with insurance.
If interested, Please email me directly at:
bnfernau@msn.com

If you need more pics, I can email them to you directly. Paypal, postal money order, or if I have done buisness with you in the past or know you personally, a personal check will do.
Thanks for stopping by!
Perry
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