A true aeromodel, designed for pure fun and simplicity. From slow flight to fun-fly and even some 3D, this is a surprisingly capable acrobatic model. Designed by Jan Spatny from Czech Republic.
|Wing area:||1,400 “² (9,040 cm²)|
|Weight:||16 lbs (7.3kg)|
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- Strong yet light weight design, good for aerobatic flying and can even hover!
- Highly prefabricated, experienced builders can have air ready in under a day
- Pre-installed hinges on ailerons, flaps and rudder (glued and sealed)
- Internally mounted cowling – so no external screws exposed
- Removable wings with quick release system
- Laser engraved motor mounting position
- Open construction allows for easy canister installation for 30-60cc size engine
- Quick release front windshield / top-hatch, allowing easy access to replace batteries in electric setups
- Big 5″ wheels
- Complete air frame with all basic accessories (such as carbon fibre undercarriage, tail-gear assembly and wing-tubes as well as fibreglass control horns and wheel pants)
- Pre-installed hinges and pre-mounted canopy
- Fuel tank and fuel tubing pre-prepared, fuel dot and breather valve
- Wheels and wheel axels
- Pre-prepared pushrods with ball links
- Matching carbon spinner
Motor: 30-60cc or equivalent electric
Servos: 7 high torque plus throttle // Uses x1 per aileron, x1 per flap, x1 per elevator and x1 on rudder
Also requires all the usual accessories such as transmitter, receiver, propeller, batteries, powerbox, extension leads and possibly other small accessories.
Pilot-Rc recommended hardware:
- Servos: Pilot-Rc PW28AH (28Kg – 0,056s at 8,4v)
- Servo arms: Pilot-Rc 1,6″ Aluminium arms (included with Pilot-Rc servos)
- Wingbags: Pilot-RC Skywolf wingbags
Colour schemes available:
Colour scheme 04, Green/Blue: (for color reference only, actual model is as pictured above)
Colour scheme 05, Orange/White:
More photos available on the Pilot-RC facebook:
EXHAUST TUNNEL SIZE:
RUDDER HORNS AND PULL PULL LOCATION:
Extension wire lengths:
(to reach receiver direct)
Each rudder servo:
CENTER OF GRAVITY:
Measured back from leading edge of the wing at the fuselage.
You will find a laser engraved C.G. emblem on the inside of the fuselage, located close to the wing tube, which also shows the exact location for Center of Gravity.