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Old 12-26-2009, 09:16 PM   #1
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Anyone out there have one of the 152 AEROBAT'S from RC GUYS?
If so, what engine, servo's, etc. are you running.
Looking at purchasing in the New Year.

Thanks Russell.
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Old 12-26-2009, 09:55 PM   #2
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Re: Rc Guys Aerobat

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Anyone out there have one of the 152 AEROBAT'S from RC GUYS?
If so, what engine, servo's, etc. are you running.
Looking at purchasing in the New Year.

Thanks Russell.
I did the complete assembly of the Proto-type for RCGuys, for demo use and used Hitec HS 645's all around, exceipt throttle. Use whatever you feel comfortable with on throttle...eg. Hitec HS425BB, HS322HB etc works great.

For engine, we used a Zenoah G20i ( 20cc gasser w/electronic ignition) and it flew the plane very nicely, very scale-like. I used an external HD toggle switch for manual engine cut-off.

I also purchased and assemble one for myself and used pretty much the exact same setup. Awsome flying airplane. You will enjoy it!

IF you want more UMPH, I suppose you could use a G26 or equivelent, but it's not really necessary to have that much power.

Go to www.rcguys.com where I believe they still have a video of this very plane flying with the G20i.

Everything else was pretty much standard for setup.
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