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    New ParkZone Radian Pro for AeroFly Pro Deluxe

    Hello AFPD flyers. Just completed a:

    ParkZone Radian Pro for AFPD




    Special Note: This AFPD model should be extracted from the .zip
    file and the folder copied to the AFPD aircraft directory. Then
    the .wav file for the model needs to be copied to the AFPD sound
    directory. Please read INSTALL.TXT and EULA.TXT included. Special
    thanks to Hans Wonner and Arthur Schφnknecht for the fine-tuning
    of this model.

    website: http://www.parkzone.com/Products/Def...ProdID=PKZ5475
    video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pFEi2yro0Y

    WingSpan: 78.5 in. / 2000 mm
    Length: 45.0 in. / 1140 mm
    Weight: 34.6 oz. / 980 g
    Battery: 3-cell 11.1V 1300 mAh 20C LiPo
    Motor: 480 size brushless motor 960Kv, 30A ESC
    Prop: 9.75 x 7.5 in. / 24.77 x 19.95 cm. folding prop

    Good Flying! -- Gary (my afpd web site)
    Last edited by ggunners; 10-29-2013 at 12:42 PM.

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    Another nice piece of work! Thanks for sharing.
    Mike Marks
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    Aerofly Support Representative http://www.aerofly.com/index.html

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    This is a great glider that is my first time trying a glider, good price. Used the DX-6i to fly it. Would make same purchase again if looking for a glider this is the one you should go with. The only durability issues I have seen is the use of plastic tabs for holding the wings on and the plastic ....


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