This great looking electric fibreglass plane is beautifully finished and very striking with it's pennzoil livery.
It will need a small outrunner to suit a 7060 or larger sized propeller and 1800~2200mAh lipoly.
Included with this kit are all accessories needed to complete the model, including wheels, struts and wind screen, not shown in our photos.
Material: Fibreglass & balsar.
Wing Area: 16dm sq.
Flying Weight: 820g
4 x Servo (9g)
Suggested prop: 7060 or larger
Motor to suit above propeller.
1800 to 2200mAh 3S lipoly
A Towerpro bell motor would also be suitable for this model and a very economical solution.
Gute Oberflchen, Folie muss etwas nachgebgelt werden. EWD 4,5 viel zu gro, keine guten Flugeigenschaften. Schwerpunktangabe laut Plan stimmt nicht. Fahrwerksdrhte zu weich, Fahrwerksaufnahmen in der Flche nicht gut verleimt. FLYFLYHobby stellt hier ein schnes aber kein gutes Modell her.
Good surfaces, film must be ironed something. EWD 4.5 too big, not have good handling characteristics. Specification center of gravity in the plan is wrong. Soft suspension wires to chassis shots in the area is not glued well. FLYFLYHobby here is a nice but not a good model for her.nice material and finishing.....What a letdown this kit was. It says it's designed for electric flight, but it lacks almost all of the components an electric model should have. It has no battery bay, no removable hatch for access to the battery or radio gear, no pre-drilled holes to attach to the motor mount, it's extremely heavy (fiberglass fuselage and 100pcnt balsa sheeted wings), and the hardware provided is mediocre at best. The the instructions for assembly are nearly useless and leave out many steps. It needs A LOT of work to make it airworthy. I'm 10 hours into stripping the model down entirely to make it decently flyable. Hacking out a removable hatch, building servo mounts for dual aileron servos, building a battery compartment, removing sheeting from wings, adding all new hinges, motor mount, control rods, and other hardware. It's a good thing I have experience building models. I DO NOT recommend this plane for a first time builder. It'll take a lot of work and money to turn it into a decent kit.Hello.I am finishing the plane. Weight without wheels, battery, prop and nose, receiver is already 854g ! I was just checking how to built a battery board and where the CG should have been. Poor study to fix the pack....actually, no study at all as nothing is showed on the "manual". How would you reach the RTF weight of 820g written on the notice !!! Fortunatly, I have experience in building and modifying kits which are not well study.I just hope it fly as nice as the Hyperion E- chippie I had.It seems very durable and nearly indesturactable ,fuselage and cowling fiberglass but alittle bit heavy for that size also tail part is too heavy you have to well balance before fliet. Wings are covered with balsa and cover and trims are very good and brilant, Ill install asp 21m glow engine. i think fly weight is nearly 1500 gr or 1400 gr and it will come to ground very fast in landings,wheels are rubbish you have to order 55 diam proper wheels and also 45 diam spinner.3 flights maded with this plane... i like it but it dosen'fly with wind. very difficoult to land but i like it.Hi
I've just received one but i will need more info in how to install electric motor?
I've purchased this motor TGY AerodriveXp SK Series 35-36 14 where i canfind more detailed instructions? thanks in advanceSehr Huebsch aber viel zu schwer. Flugvertig mit leichten Komponenten ueber 1000gr.
I have ordered DG-1000 and GeeBee at the same time, nice finishing, nice paint job, Love them, I ordered the Super Chipmunk at once I saw the quality of those planes ( same company )after owning this plane for months i'm not nearly as impressed with it. the aileron linkage is terrible, they never return to the same spot, elevator is the same way (no it's not my servos). took the .15 off replaced with electric, 8oz lighter made a HUGE diff in take off land speed. 2200 3c lightmax 20-22L kda 11x7 gws auw 31oz after removing 4oz of sheeting from the wing. 32oz thrust (VERY durable, survived 50ft nose dive)