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H-King High Performance Racer Series - Sbach 342 kit w/servo

H-King High Performance Racer Series - Sbach 342 kit w/servo

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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 have been pre-installed. When you look around these brilliant models, you can see that they have been built for performance, both in terms of speed and aerobatic capability, the control surfaces are all fully hinged and the wing/empenage mount are heavy duty to cope with High G maneuvers. This great priced ARF version allows you to use the power train of your choice, offering huge potential for all you speed freaks!

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 Pre-Installed
Fully Hinged Control Surfaces
ARF version is Perfect for Those Wanting to Build an Ultra High Performance Version
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

Includes:
Instructions
Tools
Hook & Loop Tape
Y-Lead
Spinner
7x6 Prop

Specs:
Wingspan: 800mm
Length: 710mm
Flying Weight: 690g
Wing Area: 10.5dm2
Servo: 9g x 4

Requires:
Your own 4 Channel TX/RX
1800mAh 4s Lipoly
28mm Brushless Outrunner 4s Capable
30A~40A ESC w/BEC

 

  • SKU 9087000008
  • Brand H-King
  • Kapacita ( mAh ) -
  • Hmotnost 1666.0000
  • Délka 680.00
  • Packaging Width 130.00
  • Výška 365.00
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This is my second HPRS airframe. The other, an MXS-R, was my first- and was one of the most technically-challenging airplanes I have ever flown. This airframe is similar but even MORE of a handful- while the MXS-R had stability issues at low speeds (dropping a wing due to too much elevator deflection was the norm), the Sbach has about 2x as much elevator surface area- it will drop a wing at any speed, or flip over, if you have the elevator throws too high or apply too much at once. However...this instability also makes this airframe one of the most satisfying and capable planes in my fleet. The roll rate is insane, snap rolls are dangerously fast if you're low to the ground- and it does fly on rails most of the time. Just be very, very careful to stay in the flight envelope. I have teh venerable NTM 3536 on 4s with the included 7x6 prop and an 80a esc, you would be wise not to go bigger than this for this airframe. :)

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This is my second HPRS airframe. The other, an MXS-R, was my first- and was one of the most technically-challenging airplanes I have ever flown. This airframe is similar but even MORE of a handful- while the MXS-R had stability issues at low speeds (dropping a wing due to too much elevator deflection was the norm), the Sbach has about 2x as much elevator surface area- it will drop a wing at any speed, or flip over, if you have the elevator throws too high or apply too much at once. However...this instability also makes this airframe one of the most satisfying and capable planes in my fleet. The roll rate is insane, snap rolls are dangerously fast if you're low to the ground- and it does fly on rails most of the time. Just be very, very careful to stay in the flight envelope. I have teh venerable NTM 3536 on 4s with the included 7x6 prop and an 80a esc, you would be wise not to go bigger than this for this airframe. :)

while the plane seems very well built and flies nicely ...... that is until insufficient glue holding the wing latches onto the wings allowed them to come apart on the maiden flight. post crash inspection found all wing retaining hardware intact both wing latches still clicked in place. I highly recommend taping the wings together before flying your aircraft I must say the aircraft took the crash rather well.

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while the plane seems very well built and flies nicely ...... that is until insufficient glue holding the wing latches onto the wings allowed them to come apart on the maiden flight. post crash inspection found all wing retaining hardware intact both wing latches still clicked in place. I highly recommend taping the wings together before flying your aircraft I must say the aircraft took the crash rather well.

Gute Qualitt, alles passgenau und schnell zusammengesteckt.
berraschend unkritisch bei Start und Landung!
mit NTM 2836-2200 und 3s2200 Akku geht der Standardprop sehr gut, mit dem NTM2836-2700, 4s1800 und APC 4.75x4.75 brennt die Luft.
Ohne Fahrwerk kann man noch ein paar km/h rausholen.
Servos sind ok, da kann man aber noch tunen.

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Gute Qualitt, alles passgenau und schnell zusammengesteckt.
berraschend unkritisch bei Start und Landung!
mit NTM 2836-2200 und 3s2200 Akku geht der Standardprop sehr gut, mit dem NTM2836-2700, 4s1800 und APC 4.75x4.75 brennt die Luft.
Ohne Fahrwerk kann man noch ein paar km/h rausholen.
Servos sind ok, da kann man aber noch tunen.

Great looking unit and goes together very well, nothing to gripe about the supplied hardware. Very unclear about the required motor, how about HK taking the time to supply a stock number to go with the recommended motor and at least make sure they are in stock or available on back order. Minus 1 crown or that.
It flies extremely good in the hands of an instructor pilot, for anyone else be prepared to replace undercarriage and or motor mounts with each flight. The high speed power on landing is a real turn off, minus 1 crown for that.
Money is better spent on the 1400mm unit, larger in overall size but kinder to the average flyer.
As I said earlier it looks great....... hanging from my ceiling.

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Great looking unit and goes together very well, nothing to gripe about the supplied hardware. Very unclear about the required motor, how about HK taking the time to supply a stock number to go with the recommended motor and at least make sure they are in stock or available on back order. Minus 1 crown or that.
It flies extremely good in the hands of an instructor pilot, for anyone else be prepared to replace undercarriage and or motor mounts with each flight. The high speed power on landing is a real turn off, minus 1 crown for that.
Money is better spent on the 1400mm unit, larger in overall size but kinder to the average flyer.
As I said earlier it looks great....... hanging from my ceiling.

Awesome! Great looking, great flying little plane.
Here it is.....it turned up without the 'female' part of the "modular" wing click together system, a bit disappointing, but with the mould already cut into the foam wing I just pushed it in there and hot glued it into place.
I won't bang on about the build, it's straightforward so straight to the flight.
I'm running the 2200kv 28 series NTM prop drive with the stock 7x6 prop on a 3S 2100mah and a 50a ESC
Now first of all I'm no guru pilot, I just like flying RC planes, the one thing you notice about this plane is its weight....850g with the battery in. This requires a bit of speed to get it airborne so I'm not sure how had launching would go.
This plane hauls arse...I have a Rarebear and their not dissimilar.
I've had 6 flights now and I've slowly dialed in more and more expo, I'm upto 65pcnt aileron and 45pcnt elevator and it feels about right now.
It's taking me some getting used to no dihedral (not returning to level flight) but makes for awesome unlimited knife edge circuits, if I can do it I assure you it's easy!
I love it, fast flying and fast aerobatics are its forte. The motor fits it perfect and cant wait to give it a rip on 4s....just getting used to first!!
Get the CG and expo right and it flies like its on rails. If you like going fast and some aerobatics, get this plane....I'm glad I did.

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Awesome! Great looking, great flying little plane.
Here it is.....it turned up without the 'female' part of the "modular" wing click together system, a bit disappointing, but with the mould already cut into the foam wing I just pushed it in there and hot glued it into place.
I won't bang on about the build, it's straightforward so straight to the flight.
I'm running the 2200kv 28 series NTM prop drive with the stock 7x6 prop on a 3S 2100mah and a 50a ESC
Now first of all I'm no guru pilot, I just like flying RC planes, the one thing you notice about this plane is its weight....850g with the battery in. This requires a bit of speed to get it airborne so I'm not sure how had launching would go.
This plane hauls arse...I have a Rarebear and their not dissimilar.
I've had 6 flights now and I've slowly dialed in more and more expo, I'm upto 65pcnt aileron and 45pcnt elevator and it feels about right now.
It's taking me some getting used to no dihedral (not returning to level flight) but makes for awesome unlimited knife edge circuits, if I can do it I assure you it's easy!
I love it, fast flying and fast aerobatics are its forte. The motor fits it perfect and cant wait to give it a rip on 4s....just getting used to first!!
Get the CG and expo right and it flies like its on rails. If you like going fast and some aerobatics, get this plane....I'm glad I did.

Just a quick one, ordered on the 20th turned up to my house in OZ on the 26th, that's superb....great job HK!
As far as quality and mods (if any) I will definetly report on after I build. As far as packaging and safe arrival goes, all good. Now I have to wait on my 28 series 3000kv NTM prop drive to turn up from the OZ warehouse so I can get this little beauty in the sky! Any suggestions on prop size for speed and a bit of aerobatics??

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Just a quick one, ordered on the 20th turned up to my house in OZ on the 26th, that's superb....great job HK!
As far as quality and mods (if any) I will definetly report on after I build. As far as packaging and safe arrival goes, all good. Now I have to wait on my 28 series 3000kv NTM prop drive to turn up from the OZ warehouse so I can get this little beauty in the sky! Any suggestions on prop size for speed and a bit of aerobatics??

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