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    Cinetank Dimensions?

    Hello,

    I can't seem to find the length and width of the cinetank. I saw on another thread a member carrying a cinetank in his backpack with out the props, and I am trying to get dimensions to measure my travel bags to see if the cinetank will fit.

    Could someone please post the length and width, no including the props.

    Has anyone else's traveled on flights or on a motorcycle with this inside a backpack?

    Thanks everyone!!!!

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    Taken from the flyingcinema website. Hope it helps.

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    It shows the width from center of motor to center of motor: 11.79 inches. Does anyone have the exact width from the outside of each motor rather than center. Also it doesn't have the exact overall length. Does anyone have this? Thanks guys, just trying to fit it in a camera backpack that is right at 12inch in width.

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    At work right now. Will measure my tank when I get home if your question remains unanswered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmpire View Post
    It shows the width from center of motor to center of motor: 11.79 inches. Does anyone have the exact width from the outside of each motor rather than center. Also it doesn't have the exact overall length. Does anyone have this? Thanks guys, just trying to fit it in a camera backpack that is right at 12inch in width.
    Even if you made it fit it would be too close to comfort. If you HAD to have it this way you could cut the stock tubes a hair shorter and make it fit 8" props only. (that sounds like something i should try )

    However my suggestion is to just keep you build clean, stick everything inside the clean section, and strap it onto the back of the pack, the Tank dont care. we throw ours on top of each other several deep in the trunk of bllama's car with props and all.

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