HobbyKing™ Edge 540 3D Profile has been built exclusively for 3D. It features a profile fuselage and huge control surfaces with a light wing loading, the perfect recipe for some extreme aerobatics! The airframe is a unique hybrid of a super light weight plywood underlying structure with the skin of the airframe being of thin EPP foam sheet.
In addition to the unique hybrid construction, the HobbyKing™ Edge 540 3D profile also has a great pre-painted high visibility color scheme. This means it looks good and is easy to orient during those extreme aerobatic maneuvers. The supplied hardware is excellent and this model offers an easy and quick build due to large amount of pre-fabrication. The large canopy is of course removable for easychanges. Once assembled it is a one piece model, though due to its small size is very easy to transport!
This very attractive HobbyKing™ Edge 540 3D Profile offers superb performance on the reccomended set up for both the 3D pilot and the sport flyer. This profile Edge 540 is the perfect all round model for the intermediate to experienced pilot it looks good, flys great, is practical and doesn't cost the earth, you couldn't ask for more!
• Almost Ready To Fly - Complete final assembly, install electronics and motor, fly!
• Ultra light weight light ply structure with thin EPP skin
• 1 piece wing
• Large magnetically secured fuselage hatch
• Oversize control surfaces for awesome 3D performance
• Pre-painted in high visibility color scheme
• Complete hardware package
Wing Area: 24.5dm2
4CH transmitter and receiver
3S 11.1V 1300mAh LiPoly Battery
Finished the built in 3 hours on and off.. some computer some facebook even lunch... this plane can go together in an hour.. easy to assemble. used a Park480 motor.. more than enough and hxt900s only needed two 15cm extention leads on the elevator and rudder servos.. other than that all was there. you also need foam safe CA. flies pretty good for the size and it cannot be cleaner inside. ESC is getting good cooling at the location the manual indicates. there i a good manual but to be honest I didn't even use it. you only need to drill the control horn holes a bit..