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    cmp L-4e to saito power

    I'm to set in my ways to go electric on anything but a glider so...I've hung a saito on the nose stuck a 260cc tank in the nose,and I'm goin' for it. piece of cake really. The flaps are kinda cool, you just put one of the servos in backwords,so no reverser is needed.

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    RE: cmp L-4e to saito power

    Sounds fantastic. Pictures please?
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    RE: cmp L-4e to saito power

    Which SAITO?

    I have an FA .65 on the shelf but I'm sure it would be way too heavy
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    I'm to set in my ways to go electric on anything but a glider so...I've hung a saito on the nose stuck a 260cc tank in the nose,and I'm goin' for it. piece of cake really. The flaps are kinda cool, you just put one of the servos in backwords,so no reverser is needed.


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