One of today's most popular aerobatic aircraft is the Sbach 300. There is a reason it is so popular and that is because it was designed with one thing in mind, awesome and extreme aerobatics. The HobbyKing Sbach 300 1400mm electric powered version lives up to the namesake of the full scale version
The quality of the Sbach 300 is simply as good as it gets. The airframe has been constructed to keep the flying weight minimal but strong enough to take the punishment of extreme aerobatics. The superb quality covering has been expertly applied and for the final touch, the cowl, canopy and wheel pants are finished in a deep gloss paint. The hardware which includes wheels, all pushrods and glassfiber control horns is excellent and also chosen to keep flying weight to an absolute minimum. Additionally the model features plug in wings and carbon fiber landing gear and tail wheel assembly.
The HobbyKing Sbach 300 performs every inch as good as it looks, naturally it makes for a great sport aerobatic plane but it would be fair to say that hardcore 3D is what the Sbach 300 has been designed for. The lightweight and precision of the airframe, large control surfaces, stunning looks and top line quality specs make the Sbach 300 a must have plane for all aerobatic and 3D pilots!
• Almost Ready to Fly - Just install your choice of motor, battery, and electronics
• All Balsa and Plywood construction
• Carbon Fiber landing gear
• Two piece plug in wings
• Superbly applied, high quality covering
• Full airfoil tailplane/elevator/fin and rudder
• Excellent color scheme for easy orientation
• Large fuselage access hatch
Wing Area: 38.14dm2
Flying Weight: 1500-1700g
.46 Size Outrunner or Greater
4S 14.8V 2200~2600mAh LiPoly Battery
60A Brushless Speed Control
4 x Standard- High Torque Servos
4-Channel Transmitter and Receiver
bonito modelo, buen porte, buenas terminaciones, construccion ligera pero resistente. Lo encargue con el motor g 25 710 kv....recomendado....NO SIRVE...ojo...quedea largo...se sale del cowl.El motor a ocupar debe medir maximo 50 mm desde el cortafuego hasta la base del spinner. Un 4250 de turnigy que tengo de otro avion va de maravillas...otro motor probado en cuanto a dimensiones es un .32 de rimfire.....lo recomiendoBin absolut begeistert von Preis/Leistung dieses Modells. 1 Stern Abzug nur wegen der nicht 100pcnt angepaten Kabinenhaube. Smtliches Zubehr ist hochwertig und konnte von mir verbaut werden ! - das ist bei mir nur selten der Fall. Sehr gut durchdachte Verstrkung der Fahrwerksaufnahme und Kraftverteilung in den Rumpf durch CFK-Rohre ( ich habe allerdings noch je ein 2mm-Stahldraht darin verklebt).
Auch die Folie ist von guter Qualitt und OHNE Falten absolut sauber aufgebracht .
Wenn ntig lt sich die Folie aber sehr gut nachbgeln - habe es am Modell getestet :-) Obwohl ich sehr kritisch bin, kann ich das Modell nur empfehlenrecibi mi Sbach300 hace un tiempo , el modelo esta muy bien terminado , el ensamble es fcil , solo seguir las instrucciones, como consejo , los cubreruedas del tren de aterrizaje hay que reforzarlas ya que despus del primer vuelo se trizaron , vuela muy suave , planea bien , las acrobacias las hace excelente, quede muy contento como vuela. el monokote no es de muy buena calidad ya que se suelta y se despega el plastico de la pintura, detalle menor. en general me quedo muy contento con el avin !!!Only 3 cronws on value and quality, because of
- spinner is yellow not black
- servo recommendation is not correct you need park servos 30 mm x 15 mm.
- Motor recommendation should be improved.I purchased this model a couple of week ago, and when it arrived the motor mount was badly damages as well as both wing roots. I am sure this was a result of shipping and not from manufacturing. Well i got a $25 credit to fix it and it was simple enough; some carbon fibre strips and some ca.
I have not finished it yet so i will follow up once i fly it. My first impression was not so good but that aside, I believe it to be well designed (especialy the landing gear mounting system) and a good value.Flight testing proves this model to be straight and true. C of G stated is correct for initial flights. SK3-5045 450kv motor with 15"x 7" vox wood prop gives good flight times using Zippy Compact 5S 4A 20C LiPo. Little or no coupling is evident when doing knife edge flight. Aerobatics are mild or as wild as you want, and the airframe appears to handle it all (so far).
Wheel spats are rubbish, only lasting one flight, which the landing was textbook on grass. Colour scheme is easy to orientate while doing aero's. So far proving to be a good little plane. Time will tell if the rest of the plane falls apart like the spats.This plane is very easy to build, no modification ,
maybe the tail wheel wich have much gap.
I put 4 Hitec 225MG(exact dimensions),
My engine is a XPOWER 5020/14 with a 13x8 APC with turnigy nanotech 2650 4s
Weight :2100g for 600W but my lipos are old
It flies very well without trim adjust, like my SEBART Macchi 72
I ve bought it in HK Europe. Very good plane at a good priceA fantastic airplane to fly.
only the engine that I have been in I am not happy about.
The engine has enough power but become very hot.
I have the
Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 3548-840kv Brushless Outrunner Motor in with a 11x7 and tried a 12x8 But the motor is after flying very hot, The SBach 300 flies very well with this combination. but after 5 minutes my Lipo batteries at minimum (25pcnt ) (4S 3000mAh 30 c) I would like advice there could choose what engine is better to put in.This is a good size aerobat. Price is probably a bit high for the general quality of this kit. All control surfaces are double bevelled to allow maximum throws. This should be an easily orientated aircraft due to the black under surfaces. The covering is cheap so be careful going over it with an iron. All in all I'm not sure this model will last very well, but it would be good value if it were $50 cheaper..............This is a good size aerobat. Price is probably a bit high for the general quality of this kit. Some of my observations are compared to similar sized aerobatic aircraft from Hobby King.
The motor box has to be reshaped so the top does not force the cowling up too high.
The carbon fibre main gear is not straight, forcing the wheels & spats to splay. the wheel spats have no reinforcing over the ply plates or on the central joins, meaning they won't last very long. The motor specified on the box is 50 Diameter x 55 long, and there are no blind nuts or fixings supplied for motor mounting. I have used a SK3 50/45 450kv motor, with a 15"x10" Xoar PJN electric wood prop, YEP 80A ESC, Zippy Compact, 5s, 4000mAh, 20c LiPo, Corona DS-339MG 32gram/4.4kg servos. Flying weight is 2.34kg, no where near the 1.7kg stated. See the 'Watch the Daily' video for H.K.'s review. My belief is this model needs a minimum of 1200W to fly with any authority, more if your planning any 3D. A 2" plastic spinner is supplied but to suit the cowl it's more like a 2.25" spinner.(58mm diameter). The pull/pull wire supplied is pretty average, so I used coated 80lb S.S. fishing trace. For correct C of G the battery is 70mm in front of the wing spar tube. Cof G is on or just rearward of the main spar. (105mm to 110mm back from the leading edge of the wing at the root, depending on your flying preference). All control
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