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Cyclone-E Todos moldeado compuesto Hotliner 2000mm (ARF)

Cyclone-E Todos moldeado compuesto Hotliner 2000mm (ARF)

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El Cyclone-E es un buque de cohete ELECTRIC 2 metros!

No pretende ser un primer velero eléctrico, el Cyclone-E es que ofrece un rendimiento brillante, sin embargo, ella es una máquina térmica se eleva muy capaz. Para los viajeros experimentados, el Cyclone-E es muy ágil, no tiene vicios, sin embargo, es capaz de un rendimiento increíble y por lo general maneja como si fuera sobre raíles!

Capaz de volar en casi cualquier condición y equipado con un complemento casa llena de alerones, el timón, elevador y las aletas, más el motor, el Cyclone-E puede realizar acrobacias aéreas de ocio o convertirse en un pelos de punta, cohete mandíbula dolorida por la apertura de la del acelerador, sin embargo, todavía se ralentizará la velocidad de mano captura para los desembarques.

Los servos del timón y del ascensor se encuentran en un pozo justo detrás del ala dejando el extremo frontal completamente abierto para las eléctricas, la batería y la instalación del motor. Hablando de energía, el Cyclone-E pide nuestro motor de Turnigy DT38 Hotliner - Accionamiento directo con 1700watts consigue este modelo en movimiento - con energía !!

Hueco moldeado en moldes CNC generados, y se suministra con un kit de accesorios completo, el Cyclone-E se construye con los más altos estándares de ajuste y acabado. Moldeado principalmente en fibra de vidrio, hay un montón de carbono a lo largo de la estructura del avión en áreas de vital importancia, incluidos los largueros de alas que se laminan de carbono. Todas las superficies de control están articulados en vivo y tienen sus limpiaparabrisas ranura pre-instalado. Al igual que su hermano menor - todos los cuernos de control de la Cyclone-E se montan encima, debajo agradables carenados moldeados y su ascensor es del tipo de vuelo completo. Su ala carpintero de carbono sólido manejará fácilmente 'Crank y tirón' Hotliner estilo de vuelo sin romper a sudar.

El Cyclone-E también cuenta con una sección de Kevlar nariz - manteniendo su 2.4ghz amable!

caracteristicas:
• alta precisión de fuselaje completamente moldeado
• refuerzo de carbono a lo largo
• Enchufe alas y la cola
• carpintero ala de carbono sólido
• En contraste superior y combinación de colores de fondo
• Moldeado en bandeja de servo fuselaje
• palanca acodada ascensor pre-equipada
• barras de control carbono Hollow
• CNC encamina montajes servos de las alas de madera
• cubiertas moldeadas servo del ala
• Kit de hardware de alta calidad
• sección de la nariz amigable Kevlar 2.4ghz

Especulación:
Span: 2000mm
Longitud: 1.200 mm
Fuselaje peso: 950g
Peso del vuelo: 1400-1600g
Ala Sección: RCmod

Se requiere:
Motor: Turnigy DT38 Inrunner 640kv o equivilent
Esc: sin escobillas 100-120amp
Radio: 6 o más de radio equipo de canal
Servos: 4 x ala delgada; 2 x 10-15 g metal mini digitales orientado
Batería: 4s / 5s - 2650-3300 mah (44 mm Tamaño máximo x 30 x 250)
Objeto: 13x10 - 15x13

* Ala Mazo de cables diseñado específicamente para este modelo ya está disponible, ver accesorios relacionados a continuación.

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 394000002
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 2750.0000
  • Longitud 1260.00
  • Ancho 130.00
  • Altura 375.00
  • Cyclone-E All Moulded Composite Hotliner 2000mm
  • Cyclone E
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I bought in April 2015.
July 16, 2013 made and I had entered.
Where arrived cyclone even Kevlar was not used.
2.4ghz friendly, the carbon four stripes about 5 mm of fiberglass only
If power is required, it was a shame because become the weakest part.
I was forced to reinforce yourself.
Version difference
Shaping and precision great.

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I bought in April 2015.
July 16, 2013 made and I had entered.
Where arrived cyclone even Kevlar was not used.
2.4ghz friendly, the carbon four stripes about 5 mm of fiberglass only
If power is required, it was a shame because become the weakest part.
I was forced to reinforce yourself.
Version difference
Shaping and precision great.

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Hi Folks, I have at last flown the Cyclone, and it's everything the writeup says. I had 40kmh wind and a great deal of turbulence, but the Cyclone went straight and hard right from the launch. Just perfect in every way, was delightful! Yes, the fuselage was too small for the motor, so I enlarged the diameter, and then had to add lead to the tail to get the correct CG. It proved to be worthwhile. Well done Hobby King.

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Hi Folks, I have at last flown the Cyclone, and it's everything the writeup says. I had 40kmh wind and a great deal of turbulence, but the Cyclone went straight and hard right from the launch. Just perfect in every way, was delightful! Yes, the fuselage was too small for the motor, so I enlarged the diameter, and then had to add lead to the tail to get the correct CG. It proved to be worthwhile. Well done Hobby King.

Hallo Leute, habe dieses Modell bekommen und such bei HK nun dringend einen Schwerpunkt und angaben der ruderausschlge. kann mir jemand helfen?

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Hallo Leute, habe dieses Modell bekommen und such bei HK nun dringend einen Schwerpunkt und angaben der ruderausschlge. kann mir jemand helfen?

Perfect litle plane with amazing Performance. Put a HK 28mm inrunner with Raisenauer 1:5 reduction gear and 16x8 carbon folding prop as well from HK. Glieder goes fully vertical with 800W power under 4S 1800mAh nano tech. Decided to place the Elevator servo (Turnigy S712G 10mm full metal) in the tail to gain space in the small compartment to place properly the Receiver. Ailerons and flaps as well driven by TGY-S712G. ESC is a YEP45.
Despit 1.9kg flying weight, the gliding Performance is surprisingly well and with some full span flaps down is remarkable in Thermal flying.
HK kits seems slightly heavier than original RCRCM Version.
Very happy with this plane and will buy it surely again in case of any model loss.
Have fun with this small rocket.
Andras

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Perfect litle plane with amazing Performance. Put a HK 28mm inrunner with Raisenauer 1:5 reduction gear and 16x8 carbon folding prop as well from HK. Glieder goes fully vertical with 800W power under 4S 1800mAh nano tech. Decided to place the Elevator servo (Turnigy S712G 10mm full metal) in the tail to gain space in the small compartment to place properly the Receiver. Ailerons and flaps as well driven by TGY-S712G. ESC is a YEP45.
Despit 1.9kg flying weight, the gliding Performance is surprisingly well and with some full span flaps down is remarkable in Thermal flying.
HK kits seems slightly heavier than original RCRCM Version.
Very happy with this plane and will buy it surely again in case of any model loss.
Have fun with this small rocket.
Andras

I have at last completed the Cyclone E, and I am thrilled. I cut the nose so that I could open it to fit the DT38 motor. I had to make some holes in the fuse to allow the Rx antennae out the side, and also pull the Rx just behind the trailing edge. The ESC fits in fron of this, then the battery has to be pushed as far back as possible. With all of this done, I still have to add 80grams of lead to the tail to get the CG right.The motor has so much thrust, that when I hold the model vertical, it just wants to go up...Can't wait to give it some air. Roy Halle.

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I have at last completed the Cyclone E, and I am thrilled. I cut the nose so that I could open it to fit the DT38 motor. I had to make some holes in the fuse to allow the Rx antennae out the side, and also pull the Rx just behind the trailing edge. The ESC fits in fron of this, then the battery has to be pushed as far back as possible. With all of this done, I still have to add 80grams of lead to the tail to get the CG right.The motor has so much thrust, that when I hold the model vertical, it just wants to go up...Can't wait to give it some air. Roy Halle.

My Cyclone arrived today and the finish is awsome, however the recomended motor DT38 620KV is to fat and simply will not fit inside the fuselage, so I wasted my money on the motor and speed controller
The motor diameter needs to be less then 33mm, not 39mm

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My Cyclone arrived today and the finish is awsome, however the recomended motor DT38 620KV is to fat and simply will not fit inside the fuselage, so I wasted my money on the motor and speed controller
The motor diameter needs to be less then 33mm, not 39mm

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Spinner diameter needed: 35mm (with -2mm of the nose trimmed off for thrust angle of 1,5 down)
Max servo width: ailerons 10mm, flaps 12mm
Max motor diameter: the nose has a tapered shape: inside diameter in the front: 33mm , 1,5 cm to the back diameter is just over 35mm and 6cm more to the back the diameter is almost 38mm
Haven't flown it yet.

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... not enough space for my whole review... here is the rest:

Spinner diameter needed: 35mm (with -2mm of the nose trimmed off for thrust angle of 1,5 down)
Max servo width: ailerons 10mm, flaps 12mm
Max motor diameter: the nose has a tapered shape: inside diameter in the front: 33mm , 1,5 cm to the back diameter is just over 35mm and 6cm more to the back the diameter is almost 38mm
Haven't flown it yet.

The plane looks very very nice!
It's my first all moulded composite plane so I can't realy judge, but I think it's not an A-product. There are some spots where the paint was 'repaired' afterwards, which is a pitty as it is clearly noticable (dull and not so smooth spots) on the otherwise awsome paintjob.
The motor mount has to be glued in (no clue on downthrust in manual) and also the controlhorns of all the surfaces have to be glued in. For this you also need to take your Dremel to cut a small piece of the aileron/flap/rudder spar to make the horn fit. Also some Dremel-work needed to make the linkages go trough (for aileron and flaps) to the servo bay in the wing. Some more Dremeling needed in the servo-bay for the controlrods to pass to the elevator and rudder.
I managed to mount the Turnigy G15-810 motor (little mod on the wires and a little sanding inside the nose of the fuselage) and plan to use 4S 2550 40C lipo with a 13x8 or 12x10 prop.
There is a mistake in the description. Max battery size is more like 35x32mm. The fuselage cross-section measures 46mm high x 38mm wide (oval shape) The canopy opening is 200mm long and 34mm wide.
Some 'dry-weight' data:
Fuselage: 246g
L wing: 284g
R wing:291g
L ele: 26g
R ele: 25g
Spar control rods: 57g
Hardware (clevis, etc...): 28g
4 wooden servomounts: 14g

Spinner diameter needed: 35mm (with -2mm of the nose trimmed off for thru

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The plane looks very very nice!
It's my first all moulded composite plane so I can't realy judge, but I think it's not an A-product. There are some spots where the paint was 'repaired' afterwards, which is a pitty as it is clearly noticable (dull and not so smooth spots) on the otherwise awsome paintjob.
The motor mount has to be glued in (no clue on downthrust in manual) and also the controlhorns of all the surfaces have to be glued in. For this you also need to take your Dremel to cut a small piece of the aileron/flap/rudder spar to make the horn fit. Also some Dremel-work needed to make the linkages go trough (for aileron and flaps) to the servo bay in the wing. Some more Dremeling needed in the servo-bay for the controlrods to pass to the elevator and rudder.
I managed to mount the Turnigy G15-810 motor (little mod on the wires and a little sanding inside the nose of the fuselage) and plan to use 4S 2550 40C lipo with a 13x8 or 12x10 prop.
There is a mistake in the description. Max battery size is more like 35x32mm. The fuselage cross-section measures 46mm high x 38mm wide (oval shape) The canopy opening is 200mm long and 34mm wide.
Some 'dry-weight' data:
Fuselage: 246g
L wing: 284g
R wing:291g
L ele: 26g
R ele: 25g
Spar control rods: 57g
Hardware (clevis, etc...): 28g
4 wooden servomounts: 14g

Spinner diameter needed: 35mm (with -2mm of the nose trimmed off for thru

Der Cyclone ist super verarbeitet.
Spinner Durchmsser von 35mm langt.
Prop 12x6 ist ebenfalls ok
Vorsicht... beim Servoeinbau net die Finger brechen...

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Der Cyclone ist super verarbeitet.
Spinner Durchmsser von 35mm langt.
Prop 12x6 ist ebenfalls ok
Vorsicht... beim Servoeinbau net die Finger brechen...

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