Whilst the Skywalker Naja 1920mm is certainly not going to win any beauty contests, its definitely a winner when it comes to space and accessibility which is what is was design for.
The Skywalker was specially designed for serious FPV pilots. The fuselage can be easily accessed through top and bottom hatches with ample room for even the most sophisticated FPV avionics. The airframe is constructed from durable EPO foam along with carbon fibre for the tail section.
The build process is reasonably simple and along with your choice of electrics you'll be flying in no time. In addition to being a great FPV platform, the Skywalker 1920mm is an excellent beginners model due to the high set wings in a glider configuration.
The airframe is supplied as a kit only, allowing you to fit it out with the equipment of your choice.
• Kit version - customize the Skywalker Naja with your choice of electronics
• Larger canopy area to accommodate FPV equipment and/or larger flight battery
• Large wing for better slow flight and weight capacity
• 2-piece wings for easy transportation
• Carbon tube runs length of fuselage for superior strength
Frame Weight: 1500g
Flying Weight: 1900-2300g
Wing area: 43.5dm2
Radio: 4~6 Channel Tx/Rx (Radio must have rudder + elevator mixing)
Battery: 4000~5000mAh 3S Lipoly
Servo: 4 x 12g (2 x 9g Optional Flaps)
Prop: 10 Inch
Motor: 2836 1040kv
Excellent airplane and good value look forward to the first flight.These fly very stable and VERY slow, they need a bit of power to get them up there, then they cruise very nicely, mine now has a ntm1800kv with an apc10x7 prop a 50amp esc and 3 turnigy 2200mah 3s 20c battery's in parallel, flies for 20minutes and cruises nicely at 1/2 throttle, it will loop VERY easily but DON'T try to roll it over it does not like to roll right over! buy when they have a special you wont regret the purchase
As Mr Frotten remarks below; "Its a Skywalker, so it flies well". Indeed. I purchased one, flew it once, and immediately purchased a second one just in case. I cut the lower pod fully off and glued two sheets of depron into the hole and covered the whole thing in packaging tape (I posted the mod on RCGroups). The plane does fly nicely and with a folding prop it glides forever. Sweet spot for cruising around 55km/h. Mine are equipped with Pixhawks and do some sweet, fast, semi long-range FPV/UAV missions. With the prop in the middle of the plane, I put a Mini Mobius on the wing. It's sufficently small to not upset airflow.
Video here: https://youtu.be/IdxVE-j-u58It's a skywalker so I know it flys well, I have 6 skywalkers now, I bought it for a great price on a "SALE" It's typical skywalker no instructions, but its going to build up to a great sized plane, I'm over the fpv thing, I just like flying RC planes, this one came with no foam distortions, all the bit's appear to be here, even a couple of tubes of that great glue! LOL, the carbon spars look to be solid and thick construction, I can not fault the foam or ply work all bits seem to fit together, after it's built and I've flown it a few times I will update this review but at this stage all is good! *-DNo assembly manual. HobbyKing send me closely instruction from another skywalker.
Thank you HobbyKing
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