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3D Kit Tigre-polilla modelo de avión

3D Kit Tigre-polilla modelo de avión

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Peso:
1869 g
SKU:
Tiger-Mothkit
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Superficies de control grandes y alas de forma plana hacen de este un avión ligero capaz 3D. Apto para interiores o parkfly.
El 3D-Tiger Moth viene sin la electrónica para que pueda agregar el suyo propio.
Los elementos necesarios son; un motor sin escobillas de 22 series, ess 10-15A y 3 servos 9g x, así como equipos de radio.

Especulación.
Envergadura: 800mm (26.6in)
Longitud: 676mm (31.5in)
superficie de las alas: 26.4dm2
Volar Peso: 320 ~ 400g

Necesario:
Su propia TX y RX
Servo: 3x9g
Motor: 22-XX sin escobillas outrunner 2900kv
ESC: 18A
Objeto: 9070
7.4V 1000mAh 20C Lipo 2S
 
  • SKU (Número de Referencia) Tiger-Mothkit
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso ( g) 1869.00
  • Longitud 1011.00
  • Ancho 171.00
  • Altura 311.00
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Pros: Low cost, Good design for stick mount plane, liked the decals and slot for battery switch in the cockpit, landing gear/wheels OK for pavement. Most areas easily repaired.
Cons: Need to remove wing for battery and electronics, rear vertical stab/rudder not too strong, needs calm weather, motor mount not too strong. Not as scale as high priced models. Wings could use some carbon fiber and doubt 3D capabilities, but not a 3D pilot.
Mods: moved battery to cockpit area with velcro, added larger skid to rear, and added supports and HK plastic motor mount to stick mount. I made the mistake of cutting off the original stick mount because I didn't know the angle was there on purpose.
Overall a good model for a first Tiger Moth, but not too good for beginner.

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Pros: Low cost, Good design for stick mount plane, liked the decals and slot for battery switch in the cockpit, landing gear/wheels OK for pavement. Most areas easily repaired.
Cons: Need to remove wing for battery and electronics, rear vertical stab/rudder not too strong, needs calm weather, motor mount not too strong. Not as scale as high priced models. Wings could use some carbon fiber and doubt 3D capabilities, but not a 3D pilot.
Mods: moved battery to cockpit area with velcro, added larger skid to rear, and added supports and HK plastic motor mount to stick mount. I made the mistake of cutting off the original stick mount because I didn't know the angle was there on purpose.
Overall a good model for a first Tiger Moth, but not too good for beginner.

Neet lookin bird great slow fyer very twitchy with too much throtle.Overall pretty happy.Motor 370 batt 1000 3 cell

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Neet lookin bird great slow fyer very twitchy with too much throtle.Overall pretty happy.Motor 370 batt 1000 3 cell

VERY funny aircraft.

its not made of the best quality, but every noob can fix this aircraft out of anything. exe, my friend used a mc donald happymeal box for wing repearation.

But back to topic
the motormount is mabe for brushed motor, so you have to cut of the wood that is sticking out. Then i glued a ply wood plate at it and used A srcew to mount it proppebly to the wood piece.

when it comes to engine size ... i can bet this plane might fly on 8 amp, but i suggest 18, and a 1000 mha 3s battery. this will give the best time and weight. it does original from the manufactor come with a brushed motor that thrusts 350 - 400 grams-

cons is that it cant take any wind, and wheels are like crap.

i can absolutely recommand this airplane , and it is awsoome .

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VERY funny aircraft.

its not made of the best quality, but every noob can fix this aircraft out of anything. exe, my friend used a mc donald happymeal box for wing repearation.

But back to topic
the motormount is mabe for brushed motor, so you have to cut of the wood that is sticking out. Then i glued a ply wood plate at it and used A srcew to mount it proppebly to the wood piece.

when it comes to engine size ... i can bet this plane might fly on 8 amp, but i suggest 18, and a 1000 mha 3s battery. this will give the best time and weight. it does original from the manufactor come with a brushed motor that thrusts 350 - 400 grams-

cons is that it cant take any wind, and wheels are like crap.

i can absolutely recommand this airplane , and it is awsoome .

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