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01-18-2003 01:07 AM  15 years agoPost 1
Mrcowboy65

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does anyone know where i can find some nav light setups?

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01-18-2003 01:58 AM  15 years agoPost 2
BladeRunner

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Try this link....I hope I have it right... I have a pair of strobes, some nav lights and ultrabrite landing lights (high intensity L.E.D.'s) Good people to deal with, prompt shipping and OK pricing....

http://www.ramrcandramtrack.com/

They sell all sorts of stuff for RC and trains..hence the weird web add.

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01-18-2003 03:31 AM  15 years agoPost 3
Heli-Driver

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try http://www.electrotekrc.com they make the GEM 2000 battery monitor and a great multi light scale setup. They are on my Hughes 500 in my gallery and my website.



Raymond

Predator Gasser SE/231 X 2
Century Helicopters

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01-18-2003 01:53 PM  15 years agoPost 4
ju87bstuka

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Mr Cowboy,

By coincidence I'm just about to get some.
Some choices of purpose designed NAv, lights, anti collision lights and landing lights:-

Ross Mansell - very high brighness and small and with good fields of view .. UK source, let me know if you want ot get in touch
SM Services: http://www.smservices.co.uk
home brew kits:-
http://www.uoguelph.ca/~antoon/gadgets
and there's one or two proprietory ones too

Robin D T Mosedale, Broadway, UK, Schweizer 300 (Caliber 30), Venture 50, Pilot (Full Size)

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01-18-2003 02:23 PM  15 years agoPost 5
spooky007

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Lights
The best lights I have seen with the greatest amount of customization is curtek navigation lights. These lights are controlled by a pcb board that are used on parkflyers. Extremely light and very BRIGHT. The link is http://www.curtek.com

Al

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