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Aug 05, 2003, 03:55 PM
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Park Parrot and Slow Parrot

Hobby Technik is proud to announce the release of the Park Parrot and the Slow Parrot.

Despite the size being the same as their predecessors, both these birds are the next step up from the Park and Slow Hawks. Besides a new profile, these birds include a new main spar assembly that allows them to fly stronger and faster. A new tail attachment also allows better control and durability.

Both birds fly on a speed 300 motor and come with an 8 cell pack of 830mah NiMh batteries.

Upgrades available for these birds include a Lithium battery package and ball bearing hinges.

The first batch of these new birds will be available next week from :

JGRC 727-781-5722 , 866-600-JGRC (5472),


Hobby Technik 407-886-7600

For a limited time, a free ball bearing hinge upgrade will come with each bird.

Park Parrot
Wingspan: 47 inches
Length tip to tip: 26 inches
Flying weight: 14 ounces

Slow Parrot
Wingspan: 59 inches
Length tip to tip: 30 inches
Flying weight: 17 ounces
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Aug 06, 2003, 09:13 AM
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What will pricing be with the lithium instead of NiMh?

Can it be had with no battery included? I would like to try the new thunder power lithiums on this bird.

Looking forward to it!
Aug 06, 2003, 03:46 PM
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Right now there is no plan to offer THIS bird direct with lithiums. If someone does not plan to use the batteries that come with the bird, contact me privately at the office or email. We may be able to work something out.



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