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Old 11-17-2020, 10:33 AM   #1
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Great Planes 33% Extra 330L Air Frame

Province: Ontario
Quantity: 1
Model Number: GP Extra 330L
Manufacture: Great Planes
Power Plant: No Power Plant
New or Used: Item is new, unused
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Asking Price: $450
Accepted forms of payment: EMT, Cash, Paypal
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I have a GP 330L that I bought a few years ago from a fellow RCC member that I was going to convert to electric but never got around to it. Looking to make some space (this thing is big!!). Very light, unique paint scheme.

Canopy looks like it was damaged previously and repaired. Other than that, it's basically brand new.

No servo's, motor/engine/prop, batteries, etc. Only things installed are a voltage monitor, gas tank, push-pull for rudder.

The wing bangs are really good. I debated hanging onto those.

$450 O.B.O.

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Old 11-17-2020, 11:05 AM   #2
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whats the wingspan and length?
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Old 11-17-2020, 11:46 AM   #3
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Re: Great Planes 33% Extra 330L Air Frame


I've seen this plane, it's really really nice!!

SPECIFICATIONS
Stock Number: GPMA0250
Wing Span:100.5 in (2553 mm)
Wing Area: 1670 inē (107.7 dmē)
Wing Loading: 26.2-30.3 oz/ftē (80-92.5 g/dmē)
Weight: 18-25 lb (8.17-11.34 kg)
Fuselage Length: 86.25 in (2191 mm)
Requires: 2-stroke or 4-stroke 2.8-5.25 cu in (50-85 cc) glow or gasoline engine, 4-channel radio for glow, 6-channel for gas (6-channel computer radio recommended for both glow and gas) w/6-10+ servos, 6+ rolls of MonoKote covering

http://www.greatplanes.com/discontinued/gpma0250.php

Any of the new 55cc through to the GP76 would fly this thing amazingly.
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Joe knows his stuff. Good luck Doug.

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ya its definitely the plane I'm looking for just a tad too big. I will consider it if its still available next weekend
or if he wants to trade for my u can do that'd be a no brainer lol
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Re: Great Planes 33% Extra 330L Air Frame


A DA85 would be perfect for this airframe.

Very Tempting
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I wish it was a 78" .no way i could fit it in my car im maxed out at 76" long.
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I wish it was a 78" .no way i could fit it in my car im maxed out at 76" long.
Wings are 2 pices, they fit on the plane using a wing tube. Each panel is is like 45", very easy to transport.
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Re: Great Planes 33% Extra 330L Air Frame


I was totally awed the day I saw Joe at the field, pulling out a 35% giant scale from his Subaru WRX. And he calmly told me that the wife had to use the SUV for grocery shopping that morning..................LOL.:itsok_170 :

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ya its the length of fuselage
with my passenger seat all the way forward my max length is 78"
I have a trailer but im not sure of my max with that i think its 80-85" on an angle
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