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Freewing 80mm A-10 package w/custom upgrades

Freewing 80mm A-10 package w/custom upgrades

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08-12-2018, 05:02 PM | Replies: 1 | Views: 130
Location: Meridian, ID, United States
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    $1,000
    • OBO
  • Condition Used
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Up for sale is a Freewing A-10 80mm with separate battery system for the RX and servos using two Turnigy 2300 mAh LSD NIMH batteries running through a Fromeco Wolverine switch. I design the mounts for the batteries and switch and they work great. Also included is eight XPS 5200 mAh 50C batteries with XT 150 connectors and custom caddy that I design to transport them. The airplane graphics are from Callie and in the IDANG livery. Includes all ordinance as new and I never installed the pylons or weapons. See pictures for best description.

The airplane has a total of six flights and it is a great flying airplane. The only reason I am selling is to move back to gas power for my larger airplanes and I need to get some funds together for my next purchase. I am also going to stay focused on WW2 scale prop airplanes.

The airplane retails for $599 and the batteries are another $600, for a total of $1,199 without the separate power system, switch, custom laser design, and XT150 connectors. I will also include the charging leads for the XT150 connectors.

A-10 $599
Lipo batteries $600.00
NIMH Batteries $14.00
Wolverine Switch $59.00
Tungsten (for weight and balance) $59.35
1/4" square carbon tubing $52.00
Nerf Whistles x4 $12.00
Custom Battery Mount $25.00
Custom Switch Mount $15.00
Custome LiPo caddy $35.00
Callie Graphics $35.00

Total $1445.00

$1000 for everything. Add RX and you are ready to fly. I can include the Futaba S-bus RX that is currently installed for an additional charge.

I would rather not ship this airplane and willing to drive a reasonable distance as long as I can complete the drive in one day to meet half way. Shipping is an option. However, all shipping and crating would be the responsibility of the buyer.

Thanks for looking and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

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