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    Ritewing Recon 50" Wing build

    WOW what an extremely awesome opportunity to build one of the first RiteWingRC Recon 50" wings. Thanks to Chris Klick and crew for providing an awesome platform to build and put my own twist on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnG View Post
    WOW what an extremely awesome opportunity to build one of the first RiteWingRC Recon 50" wings. Thanks to Chris Klick and crew for providing an awesome platform to build and put my own twist on!
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    Looks great bro

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    Will the HS5245MG servos fit okay in here?

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    Great looking bird! Can't wait to try one myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KayP454 View Post
    Will the HS5245MG servos fit okay in here?
    It is size for High-Tech 225g size, usually commonly known as Park size and they're around 30 to 35 G. My servos that we use in them are the mg servos and they are 32 G Metal Gear digital

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    Quote Originally Posted by ritewing View Post
    It is size for High-Tech 225g size, usually commonly known as Park size and they're around 30 to 35 G. My servos that we use in them are the mg servos and they are 32 G Metal Gear digital

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    Awesome! The 225s are the analog version.

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    Looks sick! Cant wait to get mine built.


    Lets see the video when you get it launched!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylel View Post
    Looks sick! Cant wait to get mine built.


    Lets see the video when you get it launched!

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    Here ya go What a beautiful evening to finally maiden the Ritewing Recon, it took a bit to get it right but WOW im so stoked to finally get this bird in the air, thanks Chris Klick for all the advise you sir ROCK!



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    Killer. That thing moves, and is so smooth.

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    Thank you, it is a super nice wing LOS, cant wait to get under the goggles to rip it around!

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