|Jun 17, 2004, 02:21 PM|
F/S: GWS Tiger Moth with 9 LED Curtek Navigational Lighting RTF Ch.19 Rx Jr shift
I am selling my GWS Tiger Moth RTF. The plane has been through alot but is still nice. It has some cracks and repairs but still flies.
I installed a new pair of wings and put supports on them and also got a new motor/gearbox for it that has only about 20 flights on it.
I use to fly this with my 1020 2S Kokam Lithium Polymer pack and I got 30 min flights with all the LED's on.
It has Hobby Lobby foam wheels on custom landing gear that is great for ROG and landing.
All you need is a Transmitter that transmits on Ch19 Jr shift and batteries for the Moth.
This is what is in the plane:
Pico Std Servo
Pico Std Servo
Pico 4Ch Rx
2 landing lights on bottom wing
2 green on bottom wing
2 red on bottom wing
1 white on each top wing tip
1 red on rudder
$100 shipped USPS with delivery confirmation.
I accept PayPal only.
Private Message me if you are interested.
Here are some pictures I just took. I forgot to turn on the landing lights, but you can see them in my avatar on the left:
Last edited by LESLIEx317537; Jun 18, 2004 at 10:22 PM.
|Jun 18, 2004, 04:55 PM|
For those who don't know what the Curteks are:
The System costs $50.00 new alone, plus I added 4 more LED's so it's $60.00 just for the lighting system on this plane. Curtek takes a long time to ship usually and is in Canada.
|Jun 27, 2004, 07:57 AM|
Joined Oct 2003
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