The Sadler Vampire SV2 is a glow powered sport model for pilots looking for something different. The built-up balsa/ply wing and tail, along with a fiberglass fuselage make this a very light weight model for its class. Fly slow, fly fast, do whatever you want.
The Vampire SV2 comes as a Almost Ready to Fly model. A few evenings of work installing your engine and electronics are all that is needed to get this model in the air. A pre-painted fuselage and pre-covering wings and tail speed up your build time. Add the complete hardware pack including fuel tank and wheels, and we have eliminated the need to run to the local model shop having to pick up all those extras.
• Almost Ready to Fly - Complete final assembly, install electronics and engine and Fly
• Pre-painted fiberglass fuselage
• Built up balsa and plywood wing, booms, and tail
• Tricycle landing gear with steerable nose wheel
• Wing/Tail come pre-covered in vibrant color scheme
• Complete hardware package
Flying Weight: 2400g
Wing Area: 39 dm2
4CH Transmitter and Receiver
0.46 2-stroke Glow Engine
7 x Standard Servos
Misc Building Adhesives
Kapacita ( mAh )
Hmotnost ( g )
I just got this and I love the price. Of note is the landing gear rod lacking the end piece that prevents the landing wheel from coming off. The ones that with the kit are too small! I am putting a EMP C5055-700KV 1450W 3-8S 80A on this aircraft. Should push 122MPH.nice looking plane and the directions are ok, But here is the flip side, DO NOT try to use the recommended servos as you will waste money just like I did. yes you need a full size servo for the ailerons which I am going to use 2 TGY 4409MD servos. The elevator and rudders are another thing. try using Corona DS238HV Digital Metal Gear will fit the pockets but remember your UBEC has to be set for 6 volts otherwise you may have difficulties running them. Do Not forget only use 2 TGY 4409MD for the ailerons DO NOT by all seven. I am also going to modify the wings to except retracts which after installing and testing I will let you know more. You buy a total of seven servos if you are building a gas model. I am doing electric and most likely 18.5 volts to start.Bought this as listed for a 46 engine. The FUS is for an electric version. not GLOW, the firewall is a motor mount for a 50 sized electric motor, goes together very easily and there is plenty of room for batteries. You need a higher KV motor to give you a choice of smaller props to fit between the tail beams .