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    aeroamphibious pathfinder

    hi i bought a aeroamphibious pathfinder from ebay and i need some parts for it can anyone help me out thanks p.s. its a form of hydro flyer

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    RE: aeroamphibious pathfinder

    Ebay, huh?

    Well, good luck with that.

    You might ask these people: http://www.rcaircraftmodels.co.uk/644_1_2870333.html

    Looks like these people supply it. Shenzhen Dianzhe Industrial Co. Ltd

    CGr.

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    RE: aeroamphibious pathfinder

    thanks i will give them a try pat35

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    RE: aeroamphibious pathfinder

    What part do you need for it because i have 1 and recently have had to replace the battery. I am now using a j-perkins 3s 25c1200mahlipo and it fits perfectly if you remove some foam. I haven't flown it with new lipo though. The original battery used to get very hot so will be adding some cooling soon.

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    RE: aeroamphibious pathfinder

    hi i need the electricity adjustor case and the 3 rudder fins

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    RE: aeroamphibious pathfinder

    For the 3 rudder fins the only thing i can recommend is cutting them off at the bottom and using them as templates to cut out some more out of depron and sticking them on. By electricity adjustor do you mean the speed controller case?? If so it may be that you just have to repair it as best you can. Could you put up some pics? Am going to go fly it with new battery in an hour will say how it goes. Have you flown yours before?

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    RE: aeroamphibious pathfinder

    Did you find your parts? Email me at rdgravy@hotmail.com.


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