Australia, VIC, Ferntree Gully
Joined Nov 2010
wow - time flies!.
bought this model in april 2013, and have started in in January 2015!.
Noting the nose weight added by almost everyone, I noticed in the manual the bulkhead to spinner dimension is 110 for electric and 145mm for IC, so have built mine at the 145mm dimension.
I have chosen an eflite 90 running 8s batteries, with a separate rx battery. have this combo in a gypsy moth, and it suggests 2200w is available if my meter is correct.
I am using eflite retracts.
When placing the flying surfaces together for a trial fit, I do notice that the tail surfaces are very small in relation to other models.
will post when I have more information. wont take long.
I did have to build more racks to move other models out of the way and make room, realised I have too many models. Over 20 from 46 to 120 sized. sure take up lots of room!.
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