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Old Nov 01, 2006, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by GWS CHEN
I'd like to state its spec for you,

Wingspan: 1050mm (41.33")
Length: 853mm (33.58")
Wing Area : 17 dm square / 263.5 square inches
Flying weight : 816 grams (with twin EDF64 plus GWS
2028 3900KV GWBLM005A inrunners)
This link is regarding the inrunners,
http://www.gwsus.com/english/product/motor/gwblm005.htm

Chen

Yes, exactly my point. I wish it were smaller.

A10-EDF55
Length : 872 mm (34.3 in.)
Wing Span : 968 mm (38.1 in)
Wing Area : 13.95 dmē (216 sq.in)
Flying Weight : 470~520 g (16.6~18.3 oz)

As I said in other threads, I worry that GWS is building kits too large now. Many municipalities and communities have size and weight restrictions on flying electric model aircraft in local parks. If you want larger you need to be way outside of the city, or be part of expensive clubs.
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