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EPP-FPV 1.8M X-Large EPP & Carbon Fiber R/C Plane

EPP-FPV 1.8M X-Large EPP & C...

Designed especially for FPV (First Person View) camera flight!
This is a true FPV plane thats easy to build and comes packed with common sense FPV must-haves such as rear mounted servos for the elevator and rudder to help counter balance the ...

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Designed especially for FPV (First Person View) camera flight!
This is a true FPV plane thats easy to build and comes packed with common sense FPV must-haves such as rear mounted servos for the elevator and rudder to help counter balance the additional radio gear, rear servos can also be moved up and down the tail's Carbon Fiber shaft to adjust CG. The narrow fuselage helps glide rates for longer flight times and yet it still has a large area for and aft of the CG to move the battery for better balancing when using heavy camera/Tx gear.
Rear mounted 10inch pusher-prop diameter motor-mount keeps motor and esc away from the camera to reduce noise.
EPP foam makes the plane very resistant to crashes and rough landings.
The EPP-FPV glider has a twin CF-Spar 1.8m wingspan for higher, longer flight times with a wide range of camera equipment.
The HobbyKing EPP-FPV has 4 channels (Ail, Rud, Elev, Thr) for agile performance and is reinforced with 2 CF spars on the main wing, a CF tail boom and CF elevator spar plus the ailerons have flat CF rods for stifness during fast turns or dives.
The mian wing can be removed easily for transport.

The HobbyKing EPP-FPV can take any number of batteries however we recomend a 2600~4500mAh 3S pack for long flight times and good CG balance.

Fuselage length: 1150mm
WingSpan: 1800mm
ARF Weight: 800~1000g 
Motor: 35xx ~1400kV Brushless outrunner
Propeller: 10x6 slow flyer 
Battery: 11.1V 3S 2200mah 20C
Servo: 4 x 9g
ESC: 40A
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Great FPV workhorse and general plane. Good performance despite the chunky look. Flies very well with few bad tendencies, certainly suitable for beginners. I am flying it with a NTM Prop Drive Series 28-30 1200kv / 400w after downgrading from a more powerful motor. Excessive power is not required for this plane. Autopilot flies this plane great with little tuning.
Construction straight forward although I found mounting the motor difficult as it is hard to reach inside.
Easy Build. Great Large Slow flyer...
Hello.I've bought epp fpv plane not so lon ago and i'm realy happy. Yes ti's big and heavy but it can handle lots of weight (battery most of the time).Though it's need some little twerking , like sanding a wing to increase a endurance, but if you're not in to a long range it's totally fine. With 5000mah i can go up to 30 min with no problem.I'll recommend using a 10 x 6 slow flyer prop that's my most efficient setp up , i tried 10x4 (not enough thrust) next week coming 10x8 i'll se how it's spins with this one :).
Generally i using 5000 3000 2000 mah batteries in paralel and it's very very good ;) so do speak use what you have in workshop :). Generally nice plane for the price , of course skywalker is more efficient but hey guys its 80 euros :) and it's very durable crash resistant :D almost. so i'll recomend this plane , and for beginers to :)

Here my video link with this plane :
This plane is terrific almost indestructible flies like a trainer. I added tricycle landing gear and a fat shark camera. It is perfect for FPV. I added the steel skid to the tail section to prevent damage to the plywood holding the elevator in place. Using a 35-36 prop dive 1400KV motor.
Highly recommanded. Flying really good with CG at 110mm.
Using 2 x turnigy 5000Mah batteries and Arkbird Flight controller
Good plane for FPV. Stable fly with 3S and 4-5-6A consumption at cruise. Use 2 3s 2200mah battery in parallel. There is a lot of space inside for everything. Put your ESC outside!!!!!
Very big guy. Gd floater.
The quality is great. I put the rud, ele, servo in the rear of the plane. I put LED's on the tail shaft and on the tail fins and on the main wings. make it light right up. I put a 35-36A 1450kv 500W motor and a 50A ESC on it. With a 3 blade 9x7 prop. I would like if it was just little wider for the batterys. Im using a 5000 3s 40c battery for the motor and lights. And using a 1300 3s 35c for the FPV gear. I put a CYCLOPS Tornado OSD in it. I have not flew it yet. I will post back after I do..
Thanks Dan
great camera plane very stable
Amazing Value for Money. Great Flyer will Glide - Is A KIT so modify.

You are Buying a Kit here. You will need to modify this plane to meet your needs. It will be tail heavy without FPV gear so be aware. The mounting for the servos on the boom will break off on landing do not even bother. (find the tubes in the boom)
Mount the 9G servos in the Tail... Mount 12G servos in the wings.
C of G is 75mm from LE not as stated.

You can mount the Action cam in the nose, flight cam for OSD and headturning fun (see Accessories).
I added Lights to the wing tips and nose for great orientation - people have added wheels, floats and ski's to this.
It will float on an unexpected water landing and protect your gear.!

Make sure you add Left/Down Thrust to motor to help with rudder turning. Others use mix but you dont have to if you set it up right.
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