|May 13, 2007, 03:46 PM|
Cox P-47 RTF setup from Cox and P-47 kit for sale
(information from Cox website)
WINGSPAN: 20" (50.8 cm) LENGTH: 17.75" (45 cm) FLYING WEIGHT: approx. 5 oz. (142 g) RADIO SYSTEM INCLUDED: Cox ICON RC 3-channel FM Transmitter Cox ICON RC 2 in 1 receiver with 5-amp ESC and BEC - installed. 2 - Cox ICON RC 6 gram servos - installed (Cox Item # 5500). Cox 7.2 Volt, 2/3AAA 220 mAh, NiMH battery - installed (Cox Item # 5501). CHARGING: Cox 12 Volt Peak Charger with 12-volt charge adapter included
Both P-47s are new, the one that comes with the Cox ICON radio setup (channel 24) was built this morning since the rado gear was in a Corsair until the Corsair wing met its demise thanks to the new puppy (never leave a wing on the table, close to the edge) The other P-47 is NIB. Selling them to finance another hobby.
The P-47 RTF is for $70 shipped in CONUS
The P-47 ARF is $20 shipped in CONUS
Insurance is extra if you would like it. $3.00 for the RTF and $1.50 for the ARF
Last edited by phoneguy; May 13, 2007 at 03:52 PM.
|May 13, 2007, 09:28 PM|
Matthew, you have a pm, and the ARF is yours, pending payment.
Tooconeited, you have a PM answering some of you questions about the post and details about the equipment installed in the RTF that is still available
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