A super stable sports flyer in a micro package! The Durafly Critical Mass Micro 440mm comes 90% assembled right out of the box and can be ready to fly in just minutes.
The lightweight construction of this model, coupled with a proven airframe design gives this model a locked in feel while performing aerobatics, long smooth knife edge flight is a breeze. Many models of this size are often limited by linear servos or cheap components, but not the Critical Mass! featuring pre-installed, fully proportional HK-5320 Digital servos, a Turnigy ESC and an AP05-3000kv brushless motor The build quality is just fantastic. Fully hinged ailerons are another example of why the Critical Mass stands out from the crowd. This is a fast model to put together, the motor and ESC are pre-installed, leaving you to glue on the wing and cowl then go and fly!
Performance is of course what this model is all about and the Critical Mass is no slouch! Power is delivered courtesy of the powerful Turnigy Brushless motor running on 2s, for reliability a Turnigy ESC is pre-fitted and the servo/ESC connectors are all compatible with the 4 Channel Orange Micro RX (R415). This model might be cheap to put in the air, but make no mistake, this is one seriously capable aerobatic model, just make sure you take a handful of Lipoly batteries with you when you go and fly, racing the Durafly Critical Mass Micro around your local park is addictive!
Flying Weight: 80g
ESC: 6A w/BEC
Servo: HK-5320 Digital 1.7g x 4
Motor: AP05 3000kv Brushless Outrunner
Your Own 4 Channel TX/RX (compatible RX with 1.25mm Molex 3 Pin Connectors)
180mAh 2s Lipoly Battery
But I am still waitng for it! Almost a month since I ordered it and I can't wait any longer especially when I read all the good reviews this little plane receives.ENFIN UN BAS PRIX POUR SAMUSER TRES BIEN BEAUX MODELNow:
SCS EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED has sent you an invoice for 15.39 EUR.
HK should change or revert on previous shippement.
Why always trying to cheat on shippement ?Value for money, always had parkzone micros and it costs a arm and a leg to replace parts. I will never go back to Parkzone. The build of the critical mass, the power and the looks leaves the Parkzone micros for dead. Really pleased with it......Picked it up today from USA warehouse. Had a micro orange rx with standard servo plugs. This has micro molex plugs for all 4 channels. I purchased from hobby king the micro molex to standard servo plug adapters. Hooked it all up and it doesn't work. Tried two different rx and it connects but everything studders. The servos jump when you move them nothing is smooth. The motor spins up but has 4-5 steps in power. Also couldn't get the Ailerons to get any signal, rudder and elev have power so does motor. Ordered an orangerx r415 with the moles plugs. Hoping this will sove the problem....
UPDATE - finally got the orange rx with the micro plugs. That solved the shuddering problem. Must be a voltage issue. But the ailerons still completely dead. What a pain in the **** this has been. So there is a micro molex Y connector that hooks up to the two servos in the main wing. Unfortunately I have glued on the main wing and can't get the rx to connect to the servos individually to see if it's a problem with the y connector or two bad servos.....what do I do now!?!?Flys great i transfered my settings which id used on the telemicro and added quite a bit of lead to the nose and it flew perfect first time. Fast but monuvers scale dosnt have a lot of power to climb but overall pretty good.Nice looking airplane , assembly takes only a few minutes, mine ended up with C of G towards the rear of specified range, flys ok , but a bit "pitchy" I expect a few gramms in nose will sort that . Altogether pleased with purchase. copes with light wind okay
Going to try another Durafly micro soon.nice airplane. very good performance. I put a FrSky FAAST compatible receiver and a 2S 300mAh lipo.Great little plane, I was lucky and had a micro receiver and radio with a 350ma battery given to me from a club member and had this thing flying in no time flat. i put the receiver and battery as far forward as i could get them and i still had to add 5grms of lead for recommended
CG. very touchy on the trows but fun to fly once i got the trim right.
7 min flight at almost full power and 350ma battery still had 50pcnt left.gets along quick for its size so i don,t expect it will handle any crash. recharged the battery and second flight was great and it also handled some light wind and aerobatics i took it a bit slower and came in after 5 mins battery had 80pcnt left. this is a fun plane.
But as i said be gentle 1 crash will kill it. leave the wheels of and hand launch only. tape over the servo wires on the bottom off the wing or landing will pull them out
I am not a aerobatic flyer but find this one very good as a low wing trainer. If you get bored with the high wings, it is the one for the next challenge. The throttle needs some learning curves. After getting use to it, there is little problem.