|04-05-2014, 06:19 PM||#1|
RCC Junior Contributor
I am: john v
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Clarington ont. (GTA)
Feedback: 10 / 100%
Total Props: 0
32'' WingsMaker Ultimate $20 (Airframe)
Power Plant: Electric
New or Used: Item is used but excellent condition.
Trades: No trades.
Asking Price: $20
Accepted forms of payment: Cash
Shipping : I will not ship.
My Location: L1E 2W8
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Next up...32'' WingsMaker Ultimate Flown only a few times. Looks like new. Comes with retail packaging, manual, spats. Airframe only $20. (Cost new $45 US + at least $30 US shipping)
Nice flying sport plane, extremely docile and can fly very slow when needed.
Options: With 2x Hitec HS45 (R/E) and 1 Hitec HS5065 (A) + $40 total= $60.
All the above + motor/prop/esc/Rx + $60 total = $120
The motor/prop/servos/ new for this plane. (e flite P370/Xoar 10X5/HS45x2, HS5065X1)
AR400 Rx and eflite 20A esc were used in other planes previously.
If you would like a specific combo of plane and gear, just ask
If you want the whole plane RTF I will throw in an old TP 3s1300 (you will need a connector for battery)
EDIT: I have a pending deal, not sure what level completion buyer needs. If that falls through...for anyone interested in the entire plane RTF: I made a mistake in description (old photo) the prop is actually Xoar 11x6 with bullet style eflite prop adapter
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Last edited by aftica; 04-06-2014 at 05:06 AM.
|04-05-2014, 08:37 PM||#3|
RCC Senior Contributor
I am: David
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Hebbville N.S
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Re: 32'' WingsMaker Ultimate $20 (Airframe)
If you're planning on way-overpowering your plane and "flying like a maniac", you might consider gluing the tail feathers down to avoid flutter.
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