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Extreme Flight Outlaw and OS .32SX Engine
Feel the need for speed?
I have a brand new Extreme Flight Outlaw in the Orange scheme with an OS .32 SX engine and a mousse can pipe. This is the same combination used in the videos on the Extreme Flight website. This combination easily performs insane maneuvers like the Kentucky Piledriver, the WAD, stationary flat spins, hovers, knife edge and the fastest roll rate imaginable!
You can see a demo video here:
It does NOT include servos or electronics, just the airframe and engine.
These are the Specs:
Wingspan: 36 inches
Length: 28 inches
Wing Area: 558 sq. in.
Weight: 46-52 .oz
Power: .25 to .36 two-stroke glow
Radio: 4 channel with delta wing (elevon) mixing and 70+oz servos
I am asking $225.00 for the combo, sorry but no shipping.
I can provide more pictures if requested, please PM me with an email address where I can forward them to.
I am open to trades for a WWII Warbird, a Great Planes Yak 54 - 25% , a new in box (no used) DLE-20 with the rear carb, Futaba 2.4 receivers, and Futaba high torque servos. Let me know what you have. I would consider throwing in some cash on top depending on the trade.
I live in Orange County, NY and travel between Middletown, NY, Wappingers Falls, NY and Totowa, NJ a few days a week traveling on NY-I84, NY-I87, and NJ-23 & NJ-I287.
I can meet anywhere along those routes or will travel up to 70 miles to meet.
I also travel to the Bronx, NY and can meet there as well
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