H-king High Performance Racer Series - MXSR 800mm (PNF)
The unique and quite brilliant Hobbyking Racer series has been developed with two things in mind....high performance and massive amounts of fun!
The good looking airframe is made from super tough EPO foam and is heavily re-inforced with CF rods, each version is nicely finished in an authentic color scheme. One of the first things you notice with this series is the nicely designed modular construction, the wings and horizontal stabilizer literally snap together making assembly and parts replacement simple and fast. No glue is required for assembly, the vertical stabilizer and tough under-carriage simply screw on and the servo's, high power motor and ESC are all pre-fitted. When you look around these brilliant models, you can see that they have been built for performance, not only are they fast...they are also superbly aerobatic! The large control surfaces for instance are fully hinged, the tail assembly has been designed to cope with high G, high speed aerobatic's, not to mention the odd less than perfect landing, the wheels are proper rubber and can cope with suprisingly rough grass strips and if you want to hand-launch, no problem! these brilliant racers fly out of your hand like a scolded cat!
All of the H-King Racer Series offer breath-taking performance combined with great looks, toughness, a clever yet simple design and excellent quality construction, all at an affordable price. Great fun flown on their own and simply brilliant flown with your buddies, the H-King Racers will keep you grinning all day long, just make sure you have plenty of Lipoly's to hand!
Features: Tough EPO Construction Nicely Finished, Authentic Scale Scheme High Performance Model, both Fast and Aerobatic Fast and Simple to Assemble Courtesy of Modular Design All Servo's, ESC and High Power Brushless Motor Pre-Fitted Fully Hinged Control Surfaces Extensive use Of CF Rods in all Flying Surfaces and Fuselage Heavy Duty Undercarriage with Rubber Tyres capable of handling the roughest of strips Can be Hand Launched
Your link is broken. Measure 5-6 mm on the trailing edge* from the top of the control surface to the top of the stabilizer/wing.
Get as close as you can by adjusting the clevis position close to center on the servo / outside position on the control surfaces then fine tune on your radio. That will give you the best resolution smoothest control movements.
So I haven't been flying very long but I have done many hours over the years on flight simulators. My first plane was the AXN floater jet. Then I built a wing out of foam-board. This plane looks appealing to me. Would it be a good fit? It would be my first plane with landing gear.
Also can anyone tell me the difference between this one and the Racer Series 540 Edge? How are the planes different and how differently do they fly? Is one more difficult than the other?
This plane has a good sized canopy and is just screaming for a scale pilot. Has anyone used/found a pilot ideal for this plane? I was thinking about this one (PRODUCT ID: PIL-P6) any thoughts. Would the scale be about right?
Would this plane be ok in windy days? Like small gusts of wind. It looks so small for the wind not to bother it! I like the price for all the things it has! The performance on this small plane is great! Thanks,
Is there enough room under the canopy to (properly) mount the Eagle Tree Guardian stabilizer? It's difficult to see from the pictures whether or not there is enough flat surface space to mount it.
Since I've been using the Guardian don't like to fly without it!
I've since purchased this model and the Gaurdian fits nicely. I used a little styrofoam on the bottom of the cockpit (wing) to prop it up a bit so I can plugin in the programmer and there is plenty of room for the receiver behind it. The battery wire an connector is a little tight but it fits fine. If I can I will credit my own answer here.
Hey CrashAce, could you maybe upload a picture of the installation of the receiver in this plane? It's a little difficult to understand through the explanation of where you fixed it. Maybe send it to my e-mail? I have an Edge540 racer, should be very symilar, and I don't know how to properly fix it. Thanks! (frank.wall*gmail****)
Hey Ace, I tried to see the image but it says "It looks like you tried to visit an old or non existing page Please update your links to point towards the correct hobbyking.com location" -.-' I'm really curious :)
Hey I have been flying the Bixler 1 for the past year or so and am looking fo a plane with a little more 'pep'. Would this be a good plane for me? I'm not a beginner, but this would be my first high performance plane. If not a good match what plane do you suggest? Thanks Nick
These question make me think. We are talking weather to use a 4cell Lipo or a 3cell Lipo. Well if it was me and I was buying the plane and a new battery then I would use what Hobby King recommend the 4s (4cell Lipo). If I had a heap of 3s batteries just lying around then give them a go. It will fly you will just need extra throttle stick. May I add that as we all know that long use of high throttle will kill the battery.
No i wouldn't of said so mate,try a high wing trainer or the Hobbyking AXN floater,get use to something like that first,if you don't like foam try the HK Super Seniorita EP Trainer/Sport model on the new items page,hope this helps out a little thomas.
lol .wow i like these . i gotta get 1 but i think the only way is if i toast 4 or 5 of mine. quick. all i hear is about new furniture from wife. blah blah blah . cant fly a couch .hee hee hee ,u gettin 1.?em_thumb]