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Old 01-01-2014, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default help with leds for tonight

I have 3 hours to go. I have two led strips and I want to light up a slow stick. I couldn't find my lights this morning and accidents stumbled onto them.

I'm starting to think two led strips isn't enough. opinions? anybody got some good pictures of a slow stick setup for night flying?

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Depends on placement of the lights and how many per strip...

Just 2 super-bright LEDs can work if they light up the wings such that the glow shows through the foam, but you want as much lit up as possible.
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I decided I needed either more strips, or more time to set it up. oh well, I get to fly tomorrow too.

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