The P-47 Ultra Micro is compact in size and a blast to fly. Perfect for large indoor flying spaces, or outside in low wind conditions. Featuring full 4ch control, this ultra micro is a real performer. Capable of full scale aerobatics such as loops, rolls, inverted flight and more.
The P-47 is small and portable enough to take with you anywhere. The box it comes in also doubles as transport for the airplane. The airplane packs neatly in the box along with all of the accessories, and features a handle on the outside for easy carrying.
This model comes completely ready to fly. The included 2.4ghz radio is both Mode 1 and Mode 2 capable (Mode 2 default) and features a built-in charging function for the flight battery. All that is needed to do is insert the AA batteries into the radio, charge the flight battery, and your ready to go!
Specs; Wingspan: 400mm Overall Length: 355mm Flying Weight: 36-38g Motor: Micro Coreless Motor ESC: All in one ESC/RX/Linear Servos Battery: 3.7V 150mAh Lipoly (included)
Includes; P-47 Ultra Micro Airplane 2.4Ghz Radio 3.7V 150mAh Lipoly 4 AA Batteries Spare Propeller
Yes, it is full 4 channel control, with elevator, rudder and ailerons, but if you have to ask, then I am afraid you probably aren't ready for it. 4 channel ultra micros are very "twitchy" and not for beginners. BTW, it's always a good idea to check on YouTube.
Brady, if you want a more appropriate plane, may I suggest taking a look at the Sky 500 or Hobbyking Micro J3 Cub 450mm, both 3 channel ultra micros. I have a couple Sky 500s and they make a good beginner plane if you make sure to set up the control surfaces straight before the first flight. I don't have a Hobbyking Micro J3 Cub 450mm, but it seems to get good reviews.
Sorry do any of you have any Nine Eagle planes or radio gear? Firstly NO it will not bind to a Futaba 2.4 RC system. You can remove every thing and fit micro Futaba RC gear. The great thing about the Nine Eagle RC system is that the transmitter is both mode 1, (Throttle on the right) then turn it over and flick a switch and it is a mode 2, throttle on the left. SORRY please do not be mad!
OK, let me put this another way. Everything FlyRcFly states is correct. I know because I have many Nine Eagles products, both planes and helis. David, however, is completely wrong about his statement that futaba will work. FlyRcFly was even kind enough to apologize for correcting him, when we shouldn't have to be doing it in the first place because David obviously doesn't know what he is talking about (when it comes to Nine Eagles).
I suspect the weight of rx/esc/servo combo it has would be similar to this HK www.link just one motor that would provide adaquate thrust could www.link motor's weight is only 3.1 g. The brick's is only 3.1g /- wires. Given that I'd be substituting for existing motor/gearbox/rx/esc I think it is more than possible. In fact, if you consider that with a slightly bigger micro brushless motor one could get even more thrust to weight ratio the added grams of weight would be managable.
Of course this is all just guesswork until someone actually tries to do it. I'd be happy to if someone wanted to send me the plane to work on ;-).
Seems HK didn't allow their product links to remain in the above reply. Here are the two product codes you can search on in HK's site for the brick and the motor I mentioned:
2.4Ghz SuperMicro Systems - Receiver, Brushless ESC and 2 x Linear Servos All-in-one (5ch).
And the motor:
HobbyKing AP-03 7000kv Brushless Micro Motor (3.1g)