This model has been designed especially for FPV (First Person View) flying!
This is a true FPV plane that is easy to build and comes packed with common sense FPV must-haves features. The rear mounted elevator and rudder servos help counter balance additional FPV and radio equipment. Other practical features include the large internal ply mounting trays for installing batteries, transmitters and other FPV equipment while still allowing easy configuration for achieving correct C of G. The large canopy area allows for an aray of camera equipment and is not mounted to the frame allowing you to configure your model as you require.
This is a hand-launch model which allows for launching in any terrain. The combination of a large wing, and the recommended 4s power train, means there will be plenty of power and lift for the initial launch. The fiberglass fuselage is ultra tough and ideally shaped for landing on grass, with a flat bottom and rear skid.
Material: Fiberglass & Ply/Balsa
Wing Span: 1669mm (65.7")
Wing Area: 34.3" dm2
Fuselage: 1181mm (46.5")
Motor Mount Diameter: 58mm
Distance From Center of Mount to Fuse: 114mm (max prop diameter 8"]
Flying Weight: 2300g
Minimum 4 Channel, 4 x Mini servo
Motor: 35 to 42 series
: 40A to 60A
Servo: 4 x 9g~14g
Battery: 4s 2200mah~4400mah
Kapacita ( mAh )
Hmotnost ( g )
This is the identical plane as the hobby king fog long range.it is said to be tail heavy but with the equipment it all balances very nicely. Also the motor mount is pitched way up so it will always look like it flys tail heavy I suggest putting small spacers or washers on the top two thus pitching straight the motor to push straight not up or down .if I'm wrong about this as I am not a real plane Engineer I'm not sure of the p factor applied on the pusher.example front mounted motor u need to pitch the motor 1degree left 3degrees down what is the formula for the pushers? Anyway I almost have it ready for the madden flight I will post resultsThis plane flys very similar to a skywalker but due to its slightly heavier wingloading it flys slightly faster which also makes it very smooth to fly.
Great for FPV though i havent tried myself, only thing i would like would be to have flaps because in no/slight wid conditions you have to fly it far away to get it to slow down which is not a bad thing but would prove difficult if you fly from a small field.