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GWS ME109 Messerschmitt Warbird Kit

GWS ME109 Messerschmitt Warbird Kit

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GWS ME109 Messerschmitt

Length: 758mm
Wing Span: 900mm
Wing Area: 13.55dm2
Flying Weight: 310~410g
Wing Loading: 22.9~30.26g/dm2
Suggested Power System: TowerPro Combo

The GWS Me-109 is a semi-scale version of this famous WWII aircraft, and easily assembled in just a couple of evenings. Its all-injected molded foam construction and stable flight characteristics capable of flying in winds up to 10 mph provide plenty of opportunities for fun flying, and the included EPS300C motor provides plenty of power to match. For park-sized warbird thrills, this is an e-ticket ride.

Manual;
http://www.gwsus.com/english/service/book/airplane/me109.htm

 

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This plane flys very well. I have it with a HXT 28-30-azj 14A 1140Kv Brushless Outrunner, 9x6APC-E prop, 1700mAh 20C 3S Lipo battery, 3x 8g servos and GWS 8ch dual receiver. Really to fly with 550g. It didnt got 5 stars just for a detail: once you assemble it, therere no way to get access the motor compartiment. My solution was to cut the entire front side out and make it removable so I can access the motor to do manutentions.

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This plane flys very well. I have it with a HXT 28-30-azj 14A 1140Kv Brushless Outrunner, 9x6APC-E prop, 1700mAh 20C 3S Lipo battery, 3x 8g servos and GWS 8ch dual receiver. Really to fly with 550g. It didnt got 5 stars just for a detail: once you assemble it, therere no way to get access the motor compartiment. My solution was to cut the entire front side out and make it removable so I can access the motor to do manutentions.

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