|Jun 05, 2007, 10:09 AM|
USA, FL, Orlando
Joined Aug 2004
Trader Rating: 2
VIPER 500: quickie 500 pylon racing plane with servos, batt, and switch.
I have a great planes Viper 500 for sale. It is a quickie 500 class plane which can be used to pylon race. it is AMA legal for quickie 500 races.
2 futaba s3003 servos - $20
1 high torque, high speed Hitec HS 605BB - $35
1 Hobbico CS 61 $10
1 futaba switch harness $8
1 Custom 4 cell AAA 700MAH battery $10
Original plane cost $120
total original cost $203+work+shipping
Wingspan: 52" (1320mm)
Wing Area: 504 sq in (32.5 sq dm)
Weight: 3-3.4lb (1360-1530g)
Wing Loading: 13.7-15.4 oz/sq ft (42-47 g/sq dm)
Length: 41.25" (1048mm)
Airfoil: Selig Center of Gravity: 3" (75mm) Back from the wing's leading edge at the fuselage sides.
Control Throws- Low Rate High Rate Ailerons: Up & Down 1/8" (3mm) 3/8" (9.5mm) Elevator: Up & Down 1/8" (3mm) 1/4" (6mm) Rudder: Right & Left 1/4" (6mm)
You only need an 25-50 size engine and an RX!
The plane is used with few flights. The landing gear mount was reinforced after it buckled a little bit.
It has a laminate composite wing made of foam, fiberglass, and wood sheeting covered in monokote. It also has a removable tail and landing gear.
I am asking $135 Shipped!
Paypal or money order are accepted, UPS shipping will be used, tail and landing gear will be removed for shipping (they are removable)
Thanks for looking,
Last edited by simo10; Jul 17, 2007 at 11:13 AM.
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