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Old Sep 06, 2001, 10:40 AM
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ZagiTHL

I bought a Zagi 3C and love it, most fun I've ever had with flight, BUT, I built it pretty heavy, and now want to be able to glide around on really light lift days. If I build a Zagi THL, will it be much lighter? Should I use all micro electronics?
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Old Sep 06, 2001, 11:04 AM
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I have one in a box under the bench as a will do sometime project ... but take a look here www.charlesriverrc.org/articles/zagi/zagithl
Well the link doesn't seem to work? but type it in and you'll get there

Jim
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Old Sep 06, 2001, 09:46 PM
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Try it you'll like it, my THL came out at 11.5 oz and that's with an oz of nose weight to make CG. Hitec 555 and micro servos and make everything as far forward as possible. It's more fun to combat than the heavy ships , recovery in 5-6 feet and so light there is no damage.

Earl
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