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Please post full resolution versions of plans.

Hey Folks, I took the plans for the Horten III and blew it up to a span of 52". I powered it with a speed 480 e-flite outrunner motor and a 2100 li-poly 3 cell. I also took an 8X6 electric prop and cut it down to 6 1/2. powers the plane nicely. I've flown it six times in 12 to 15 knot winds and have had no problems. It came out to about 16 oz maybe 18oz.I could use a lighter speed control I'm sure.I'm using an e-flight 40 amp. The plane is no slouch for speed !!!! I do alot of fly-bys as the wing looks really cool. I also increased the skid on the bottom and that workrd out real well..If you want know more e-mail me at [email protected]

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