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    SM F16 1/6.75

    Hi

    As any one experienced building and flying this plane:

    http://www.skymasterjet.com/f16C.htm


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    Nuno

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    RE: SM F16 1/6.75

    Is it even out yet?
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    RE: SM F16 1/6.75

    Wow, according to the spec's it would fly on my K-80? I thought the smaller one was marginal on an 8kg turbine? must be heaps lighter then...

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    RE: SM F16 1/6.75

    Looks to be very similar in size to the Avonds F-16A version. That one can be flown as small as 12 lbs, I'd suspect something in the 18 lb range would be really nice. Naturally a lot more attention from the builder on the Avonds version, but I've heard nothing but good things about how it flies.
    Sean McHale - Malvern, PA
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