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Old 10-25-2012, 02:35 PM
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This won't be a detailed build since that's been done many times here. And I have another more detailed thread going for a BUSA Pup that I need to get back on, but I jumped back on the 4* since it will be next in the air. The main thing I wanted I to point out is about the RX batterys, and the fact that I had to 15 oz. of lead to the nose of my last 4*60. So why not just use 5000 mah batteries? They probably weigh about a pound and probably won't need re-charging for MONTHS! [X(] But of course I would be cycling them quit often.

Power will be a Magnum XL 91 and covering will be Ultracote, Lime and Apple green.





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Whew, that was a lot of weight in your first build. What did you change that needed that 15 oz of lead in the nose of your last one???

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I keep a couple of 6 volt sub C packs on hand for things like that myself. 5000mah.
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Whew, that was a lot of weight in your first build. What did you change that needed that 15 oz of lead in the nose of your last one???

Bob
It came out tail heavy Bob. From what I hear most if not all 4*60s do. Plus I figure if I end up nose heavy with the bigger batteries, I should be able to get by moving the other stuff.
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