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Old Yesterday, 10:18 AM
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I don't think a prop shouldn't be that much of a concern. Folding props are a dime a dozen, you don't have to buy it from HK.
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Old Yesterday, 10:29 AM
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I've swapped mine out to an aluminum spinner and carbon prop(s). Still have two of the stock prop/spinner combos.
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From whats been said of the stock motor, it seems they burn up. So most will either change or have changed there motor. If that is the case here is a prop that will work, 11x6 in stock at HK, but you will most likely need a better motor then stock. Being the kit didn't come with a motor, those that bought them would probably be putting in a quality motor anyway.


http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...11x6_1pc_.html
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I've actually got plenty of time on my stock motor. I think that they have done an upgrade already from the original stock units.

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Sounds great, I remember reading something about bad motors. That's good if they upgraded them, some manufacturers don't want to be bothered upgrading even if its a known issue.
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Not sure if it helps anyone or not, but I have a Firstar V2 and here are some pics of the wing and tail.
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Spare Tail Parts Needed

Fellow Pilots,
I am looking for the parts in the photo. If you have a crashed bird with these parts, let me know...

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Not sure if it helps anyone or not, but I have a Firstar V2 and here are some pics of the wing and tail.
They look really close to the P2K !! What is the length of the cord ; LE
to TE at the wing center ?

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