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Hummer EPP 3D Plane 1000mm (KIT)

Hummer EPP 3D Plane 1000mm (KIT)

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The Hummer EPP 3D is a high performance profile foamy that is sure to please. With its airfoiled wing, huge control surfaces, indpendent aileron servos and lightweight construction, this model is ready to perform extreme aerobatics. Hovering, knife edge, harriers, flat spins and more, this plane can handle it all!

The Hummer's ultra-durable EPP construction and carbon fiber reinforcement means that it can really take a beating. This is ideal for pilots looking to practice 3D manuevers without the fear of destroying an expensive balsa model. 

The Hummer EPP arrives in kit form, so you will need to add your own electronics. The build is straight forward. A detailed assembly manual w/photos is included.

Simply add your own 1000KV brushless motor, 1047 slow fly prop, 20A ESC, 4 x 9g servos, 4ch radio system, 3S lipoly battery and your ready to fly!

Specs:
Wingspan: 1000mm
Length: 950mm
Flying Weight: 450~500g

Requires:
4ch transmitter/receiver
2212 / 2213 1000KV brushless motor
20A brushless ESC
4 x 9g servos
1047 slow fly propeller
3S 11.1V 850~1300mAh lipoly battery

  • SKU 094000002
  • Brand Other
  • Shipping Weight 1172.0000
  • Packaging Length 870.00
  • Packaging Width 60.00
  • Packaging Height 290.00
  • IC/2:Elec -
  • Motorsize(diam-or-cc) -
  • Wingspan(mm) 1000.00
  • Length(mm) -
  • SaleWeight(g) -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
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Brilliant plane in every way. Lots of fun building and flying it :-) Recommend it to anyone wanting to fly 3D

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Brilliant plane in every way. Lots of fun building and flying it :-) Recommend it to anyone wanting to fly 3D

Love this plane ✈️ in every way

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Love this plane ✈️ in every way

I've been trying 3D maneuvers with non 3d planes and wanted more so I jumped into 3d with this one. I'm getting better every day. If I do my part it does every 3d move much more precisely than I expected from so reasonably priced a plane. i used white gorilla glue to glue the foam parts and motor mount together, ca to glue the carbon rods in and hot glue to hold the servos in. I stacked up wood blocks to hold the airframe flat and true while the glue set up and it is flat and true and flies great. Electronics are Turnigy D2830/11 1000kv motor w 10x4.7sf prop, HK blue 30 amp esc, HK939mg analog servos and r610v2 rx. I started with the cog at 120mm from leading edge next to the fuse. I then repeatedly flew and balanced the plane per Michael Wargo's 3d instructions on RCGroups and wound up with the cog at 126mm back. The flying weight varies from 530 grams to 580 depending on batteries from 1000mah to 1500mah

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I've been trying 3D maneuvers with non 3d planes and wanted more so I jumped into 3d with this one. I'm getting better every day. If I do my part it does every 3d move much more precisely than I expected from so reasonably priced a plane. i used white gorilla glue to glue the foam parts and motor mount together, ca to glue the carbon rods in and hot glue to hold the servos in. I stacked up wood blocks to hold the airframe flat and true while the glue set up and it is flat and true and flies great. Electronics are Turnigy D2830/11 1000kv motor w 10x4.7sf prop, HK blue 30 amp esc, HK939mg analog servos and r610v2 rx. I started with the cog at 120mm from leading edge next to the fuse. I then repeatedly flew and balanced the plane per Michael Wargo's 3d instructions on RCGroups and wound up with the cog at 126mm back. The flying weight varies from 530 grams to 580 depending on batteries from 1000mah to 1500mah

Fun to fly, durable in mishaps, would go for this type of EPP again and reasonable price.

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Fun to fly, durable in mishaps, would go for this type of EPP again and reasonable price.

Put it together with epoxy (wing and tail and motor mount), UHU POR (CF rods), and hot glue (horns, servos) in about 3 hours. You'll need servo extension wire for the tail servos to reach your RX. You'll need to enlarge the control horns to fit the stop linkages. You'll need to flew or work the aileron surfaces about 30 times so they'll loosen up a bit. The CG is perfect per the manual. I've flown this 5 times now. No bad habits at all. This plane flies very nicely for any and all 3D move you want to to. My flying weight is 520 grams with a 3S 1000 mah lipo, 450 motor 890kv, 20 amp ESC, 10 X 4.7 slow fly prop. Five minutes flight time average or 4 minutes with aggressive 3D. This is my second build because I enjoyed the first one so much, I had to have a second one.

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Put it together with epoxy (wing and tail and motor mount), UHU POR (CF rods), and hot glue (horns, servos) in about 3 hours. You'll need servo extension wire for the tail servos to reach your RX. You'll need to enlarge the control horns to fit the stop linkages. You'll need to flew or work the aileron surfaces about 30 times so they'll loosen up a bit. The CG is perfect per the manual. I've flown this 5 times now. No bad habits at all. This plane flies very nicely for any and all 3D move you want to to. My flying weight is 520 grams with a 3S 1000 mah lipo, 450 motor 890kv, 20 amp ESC, 10 X 4.7 slow fly prop. Five minutes flight time average or 4 minutes with aggressive 3D. This is my second build because I enjoyed the first one so much, I had to have a second one.

I was surprised how well she flies,... only equipped with a 2830/11 engine. I do some 3D, but had the idea to use it for FPV, because it tracks well and needs only few throttle on horizontal flight.(10 -11 minwith on old 1500mAh 3S> just 3.6V at the end)
To compensate the additional FPV gear (808#16/10 to 600 mw VTX/ cables) I willl install a 2836/8 next year. Maybe I link to some YT videos later..A photo is already on the hummer topic on RCG Happy flying, dudes.

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I was surprised how well she flies,... only equipped with a 2830/11 engine. I do some 3D, but had the idea to use it for FPV, because it tracks well and needs only few throttle on horizontal flight.(10 -11 minwith on old 1500mAh 3S> just 3.6V at the end)
To compensate the additional FPV gear (808#16/10 to 600 mw VTX/ cables) I willl install a 2836/8 next year. Maybe I link to some YT videos later..A photo is already on the hummer topic on RCG Happy flying, dudes.

Perfect plane for affordable price. Easy to build ( took about 3 hours of lazy job). Super flying.
The building instruction is not very complex, shows some random pictures but there is almost not possible to make a mistake during the build . This plane was the first plane with ailerons , which has flown my son and I believe I could not make a better choice. Ideal to gain some flying experience. Thanks for that Hobbyking!

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Perfect plane for affordable price. Easy to build ( took about 3 hours of lazy job). Super flying.
The building instruction is not very complex, shows some random pictures but there is almost not possible to make a mistake during the build . This plane was the first plane with ailerons , which has flown my son and I believe I could not make a better choice. Ideal to gain some flying experience. Thanks for that Hobbyking!

Instructions are small photocopied pages with quite difficult to follow instructions. The supplied hardware was replaced with stronger parts.
The wings will flex a bit too much with the existing twin carbon rods and largish batteries (1000+).
Used a 2030 1000Kva and a 10x6 prop., plane will hover at 2/3 - 3/4 throttle
Overall I am happy with this as a low cost introduction to 3D flying

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Instructions are small photocopied pages with quite difficult to follow instructions. The supplied hardware was replaced with stronger parts.
The wings will flex a bit too much with the existing twin carbon rods and largish batteries (1000+).
Used a 2030 1000Kva and a 10x6 prop., plane will hover at 2/3 - 3/4 throttle
Overall I am happy with this as a low cost introduction to 3D flying

Instructions are fine, if anything is not covered it is obvious anyhow if you are not rushing and doing an afternoon build. Built mine as time allowed over 3 weeks, using uhp por, medium ca, weldbond. carbon spars supplied were warped and f low resin quality so replaced with quality 2mm stock. Easy build, quality epp, even most of the supplied hardware is usable. More a wild sport flyer than real 3D machine, but not built for speed.
Cant go wrong with the Hummer, its a gem, very forgiving, nice waterfall with snap flap, slow inverted spins, harrier. 1000-1300MAh plenty of juice for HK donkey 1100KVA combo with 10x5E or sf prop, loads of thrust. We should all buy another before they dissapear entirely. CG of 130mm from LE turns out to be right on my rig.

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Instructions are fine, if anything is not covered it is obvious anyhow if you are not rushing and doing an afternoon build. Built mine as time allowed over 3 weeks, using uhp por, medium ca, weldbond. carbon spars supplied were warped and f low resin quality so replaced with quality 2mm stock. Easy build, quality epp, even most of the supplied hardware is usable. More a wild sport flyer than real 3D machine, but not built for speed.
Cant go wrong with the Hummer, its a gem, very forgiving, nice waterfall with snap flap, slow inverted spins, harrier. 1000-1300MAh plenty of juice for HK donkey 1100KVA combo with 10x5E or sf prop, loads of thrust. We should all buy another before they dissapear entirely. CG of 130mm from LE turns out to be right on my rig.

The good:
The price.

The not so good:
Really awful instructions. Only found one YouTube video by googling that really was any help at all.
I never really figured out the plywood horns. Ended up using third party horns for the rudder and elevator. Did use the plywood horns for ailerons however the wire rods really are a bad idea. The was left over carbon fiber rod so I glued the wire connecting rods to the carbon fiber and re-enforced the whole assembly with Kevlar.

The craft is very tail heavy. Mounting the rudder and elevator servos in the aft of the plane just makes matter worse. I move these two servos forward by several inches.

A Park Flyer 480 will not fit this craft without modifications. This took me about an hour figure out how to do this since some motor leads exit the motor housing at 90 degree not 45 as do Turngy motors. In the end it all worked out but an extra hour of build time.

No collars to keep the wheels on?

Yet to fly:
The build of the wing was straight forward but I thought I'd tear the fuse apart getting the built up wing into the fuse. All looks pretty good, now waiting for good weather to see how this craft performs.

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The good:
The price.

The not so good:
Really awful instructions. Only found one YouTube video by googling that really was any help at all.
I never really figured out the plywood horns. Ended up using third party horns for the rudder and elevator. Did use the plywood horns for ailerons however the wire rods really are a bad idea. The was left over carbon fiber rod so I glued the wire connecting rods to the carbon fiber and re-enforced the whole assembly with Kevlar.

The craft is very tail heavy. Mounting the rudder and elevator servos in the aft of the plane just makes matter worse. I move these two servos forward by several inches.

A Park Flyer 480 will not fit this craft without modifications. This took me about an hour figure out how to do this since some motor leads exit the motor housing at 90 degree not 45 as do Turngy motors. In the end it all worked out but an extra hour of build time.

No collars to keep the wheels on?

Yet to fly:
The build of the wing was straight forward but I thought I'd tear the fuse apart getting the built up wing into the fuse. All looks pretty good, now waiting for good weather to see how this craft performs.

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Manual Avion Hummer EPP-3D HobbyKing [es Download [1449]
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Mounting 1 Download [203]
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Lipo Download [1981]
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Rudder Download [1656]
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