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New experiment what do you think

Old 04-02-2006, 12:19 PM
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Default New experiment what do you think

I have a 29" boat and an enya 60 just lying around
Im bored and want to do something totaly extreme

Ive fitted the engine down and the servos are in place just need to buy a rudder

I did do a post on the boat on what model it is, still unknown, and its for a 21 size but i dont have a 21 only this spare 60

What do you think
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Old 04-03-2006, 09:26 AM
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Default RE: New experiment what do you think

looks good to me it should fly lets hope not litterally !!i think im right in saying thats a sports engine so its not gonna be way over powered ive got a 60 in my 36 inch scratch mono !!.

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