My Trex 600 Night Flyer
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    My Trex 600 Night Flyer

    I bulit this trex 600 especially for night flying, this is the second glo wire
    set up on this heli, first set up didnt get any photos. I wasnt happy with that
    set up so i went a little extreme with 5 drivers, 10 glo-wires, very bright
    an awesome look in the sky, but a little too much extra weight, it was like
    flying a brick. Tonight i have stripped the heli of all glo-wires/drivers ready
    for a lighter set up, 2 drivers/4 glo-wires.











    Last edited by spiralink; 18-06-2010 at 09:06 PM.

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    Far out, that thing looks trick... well done.

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    spiralink What no glow wire on the rotors lol.

    It really does look cool, a flying brick eh? love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dix_Fix View Post
    spiralink What no glow wire on the rotors lol.

    It really does look cool, a flying brick eh? love it.
    Sorry to ruin your day MR Dix, but im running MS Composit night blades
    on the Mains & Tail, i couldnt get the glo-wires to stay on the blades whilst flying.

    I better make sure i have the blades illuminated in
    the next pics

    Maybe you might like my headband that i made out of glo-wires

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    That looks great Spiral. Don't they usually do a different colour on each side so you get orientation better?

    Looks sweet though.
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    Looks sick man do you have blades with lights?




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    Quote Originally Posted by little_drifter View Post
    Looks sick man do you have blades with lights?
    MS Composit night blades, i started this thread for some motorvation
    to do some more night flying, hopefully have some more pics soon.

    Probably take it with down south soon
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    Sweet! I had night blades a few years ago on a trex, they look awesome when they are spinning! Kinda needed at night for safety reasons too!




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    That looks mad.

    I wonder if you will be responsible for any UFO sighting calls from your neighbourhood!!!

    Good job. The next thing you need is the same setup on your clothes, so people can associate a glow in the sky with a glow on the ground!

    What was the difference in flight time, due to the weight difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro-drifter View Post
    That looks mad.

    I wonder if you will be responsible for any UFO sighting calls from your neighbourhood!!!

    Good job. The next thing you need is the same setup on your clothes, so people can associate a glow in the sky with a glow on the ground!

    What was the difference in flight time, due to the weight difference?
    No difference in flight time- 7 minutes.

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    the t rex 600 has a few version available but the 600cf is the most common.the t-rex 600 ia sizeablebird
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