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Been playing with lights again,used lumb cube holder with bit hot glue to secure it solid,this just one light flashing but have 2 on back,also drilled hole in each antenna leg so they come outside the craft ,not stuck behind the plastic which restricted signal,works very good
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VERY ((((((((((((( B r i g h t )))))))))))) nice job ianzone !

Do the wires to the sides have a paddle switch at the ends to turn on/off the lights ?
 
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Been playing with lights again
Similar concept, but much easier. Use a tie strap tie down with velcro. That's it. Been flying with these for quite a while. Signal is not affected at all.
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VERY ((((((((((((( B r i g h t )))))))))))) nice job ianzone !

Do the wires to the sides have a paddle switch at the ends to turn on/off the lights ?
Wire out the side is my rear antenna, works well like this,,stores have built in 3.7 lipo batt with off on switch,I had these on p4 but since dead now I use on p3,,good in daylight aswell,yes have been blinded few times with these
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Similar concept, but much easier. Use a tie strap tie down with velcro. That's it. Been flying with these for quite a while. Signal is not affected at all. View attachment 108453
Nice yes I have tryed velcro, these held with double sided car tape and cable tie for extra security, I had one full off in past,,...must add I had mine on bottom of feet but keept getting compass error,,once I move my error was gone
 
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Well......the picture of my nice and neat lil very light weight and BRIGHT " LED light " should tell you all about it.
And about a hour and a half work off and on to make it... and its visible at least 2 foot ball fields away.and quite all that i really like to fly at OR really less at night.....the battery life is very good and yes that LED lite ONLY cost me $2.00 USD ( two US dollars) .
With no lens..it throws a lots of light 180 degs away from it.


And it's VERY VERY Bright !

It uses 3 LR 44 batteries and i can buy them at the Dollar Tree at 4 LR44s for one dollar per pack.

It uses "snap lock" velcro to attach it to the vertical landing gears legs !
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Yes I was not happy and move mine again ,,to the feet this time,,they sit flush under feet still ,,
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