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Old 01-04-2015, 04:00 PM
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I just got a HP Waco and want to put it together without any glitches. I noticed some talk about the batteries as it comes a compact short 1300 mah and some were switching to a 2200 mah but I haven't been able to find a short size. The higher the mah the bigger they get it seems. Is a larger size able to fit and the weight difference a matter. Also it seems the wing struts are a matter.
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I just got a HP Waco and want to put it together without any glitches. I noticed some talk about the batteries as it comes a compact short 1300 mah and some were switching to a 2200 mah but I haven't been able to find a short size. The higher the mah the bigger they get it seems. Is a larger size able to fit and the weight difference a matter. Also it seems the wing struts are a matter.
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