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light weigh outrunner

Old 11-05-2007, 11:57 AM
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What is the lightest weight Outrunner that can produce 13 oz. of thrust? I thing it would be best if it ran on a 2 cell LiPo battery, to keep the battery weight down.
I am planning on using it on a profile 3-D P-38 from the plane should weigh 16 to 20 oz. and have a wing span of 45 in.
I want to build it as light as possible so I can fly it indoors.
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Default RE: light weigh outrunner

some of these should work:

or these:

both are good vendors, but sometimes untied hobbies takes a LONG time to get the order.

i cant say i've ever seen a 3D P-38. sounds like a fun project.


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