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    Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    Help me convert this to electric. I cant find a flying weight. I will be using Scale air retracts, 6 standard servos, and I would like to use a 3 bladed prop on each motor.[]

    Wing span 70 1/2"
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    Wing Area 682 sq in
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    RE: Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    Forgot to mention this plane uses .35-.50 Glow.

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    RE: Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    I think you posted this in the electrics to glow forum where as I think you meant to post in the glow to electric forum.
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    RE: Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    [X(] I will fix it, Backwards is the way I do things any way. Sorry.

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    RE: Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! DON'T DO IT, IT'S SUPPOSED TO BEGLOOOWWW!!!!!

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    RE: Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    I have 2-48 4 Strokes, Aluminum Spinners that I could put in it If you would stop crying[] But then you would still cry because you did not own it

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    RE: Royal beechcraft 58-P baron

    you need to see our forum dedicated to these old kits: http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_66..._1/key_/tm.htm

    Also if you do build it, replace all that heavy balsa sheeting with 1/16th balsa sheeting.


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