Originally Posted by JetPlaneFlyer
Size and weight would be a big help, as would finding out what size nitro engine it used to fly on.
These conversions generally need a bit of work. You need to think on how you get the battery in and out for charging. You don't really want to have to take the wing off every time to do this, and the battery will need to be retained somehow to stop it moving around in flight.
And by the way... this model is not well suited for a beginner. It may be tough but even tough planes will break if you crash hard enough and often enough. Trying to fly an aerobatic model such as this with no experience pretty much guarantees you will crash constantly.
Thanks for the reply. My uncle said it requires a 40 size nitro engine. Not sure what that means. He told me it isn't the best for a beginner, so I fully accept the responsibility. I understand I'll crash a lot. I'm stubborn though lol (its generally my downfall)
I have some ideas about battery placement and what not