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Old 12-12-2006, 01:25 AM
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Default Top Gun F-15 flies electric Byron fan powered.

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for the Top Gun F-15 flight. RTF weight is 13.5 lbs. Uses a Byron 6" dia fan. Hacker A50 10 pole helicopter outrunner & CC 110 HV EDC. 11S 4600 TP Extreme LiPo pack. Great flier! Pulls 69 AMPs at 2750 WATTs.
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Great Job Bob Very scale like flight!!

For those who have trouble viewing AVI Files, you can download a DIVX .avi codec from www.divx.com then download and open the video with Windows Media Player.
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