f-95 morning hawk

 
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that's world's most fastest aircraft description: battery:rechargeable 175 Mah-3.7 V Lipo-Battery speed:145 KMH weight:372 KG overall height:8ft 11 in overall lenght:27ft 2 in with afterburner & 1980000KV brushless- motor with wall-mounted 40 inch led tv,15000 Mah powerbank,189 DB megaphone,wifi,bluetooth device,mp3,mp4,toilet,kitchen,studyroom,livingroom,ATM machine,hotel,beacon,5 star reataurant,GPS & walmart wing: span(overall):30ft 3in area:175 sq ft general/engine description: fuel capacity:83 gal max load:380 KG engine:IO-360-L2A engine induction air filter full flow oil filter engine exhaust muffler dynafocal rear mount elctrical power: Alternator, 28 Volt, 60 Amp Battery, 24 volt, 8.0 AH (1 hr rate), Manifold Type Standby Battery, 24 volt, 6.2 AH (1 hr rate), Sealed Type Standby Battery Controller Electrical Circuit Panel Alternator/Battery Master Switch Split Avionics Master Switch Circuit Breakers, Electrical Switches, Electrical Electrical J-Box Alternator Control Unit Ground Service Receptacle Battery Current Sensor Starter Relay Alternator Relay Battery Relay Ground Power Relay Bus Circuit Protection Cabin Power Jack - 12 Volt, 10 Amp Other:with Iphone,Samsung,Lenovo phone charger
 
 
 

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