Receiver Ready Multiplex Easy Glider
Edit: This wasn't actually sold, sorry for the confusion.
This is a slightly modified receiver ready Multiplex Easy Glider.
I chopped off some of the nose and mounted a 400XT brushless motor with a 9x6 GWS prop on it.
It comes with the original servos installed, which still work perfectly.
There is some minor hangar rash (stickers not sticking, small dents), as well as a dent from an airsoft BB (the BB went in about 4mm, the BB was 3mm) in one of the wing tips.
You need a receiver to get this thing in the air.
If you want to leave the motor on and fly it as an electric powered model, you'll also need a speed control and battery. I used a Castle Creations Thunderbird 18 speed control. I got about 20 minute flights using a 700mAh 11.1v lipo - I would climb, glide down, and then repeat that a few times.
New EG PNP model:
~$15 when I bought it
I'll sell it for $100 + S&H (you pick how you want me to ship it, Fedex, UPS, USPS, whatever... I'll charge you exactly what I'm charged.)
If you want me to include a speed control, for another $25 I'll throw in a Castle Creations Thunderbird 18 with matching 2.4mm gold male bullet connectors installed (the 400XT already has 2.4mm gold female connectors on it.)
I'll take payment via PayPal (if you have a history of decent feedback on here) or USPS money order.
The pictures outline the hangar rash, show the motor mount, connectors,
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Last edited by The L; Apr 24, 2008 at 03:29 PM.
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