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    DeHaviland DHC-6 Twin Otter


    Have just completed my Canadian Yellow DeHaviland DHC-6 Twin Otter. Service from Richmond RC was excellent, kit was well packaged, no missing parts, instructions clear
    and in color. Tested my motors and they were in sync. The Otter is light and my power setup will take this plane into the air in 20 ft. Have attached some photos and the
    Otter's power specs. LNL
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    LNL

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    RE: DeHaviland DHC-6 Twin Otter

    Good looking plane
    It takes three things to fly- Hard Work, Persistence, and hard work!
    MARCS flying club, N. Little Rock, AR


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