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HobbyKing cósmico 920mm viento (/ Balsa / Capa de fibra de vidrio) Kit

HobbyKing cósmico 920mm viento (/ Balsa / Capa de fibra de vidrio) Kit

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El viento cósmico fue diseñado y construido por el piloto de pruebas principal de Lockheed Tony LeVier, y un grupo de ingenieros de Lockheed. Un corredor muy pequeño de un solo asiento, que fue dirigido en el trofeo de Goodyear para los corredores de Fórmula 1 de clase iniciadas en los EE.UU. poco después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Es un monoplano de ala baja cantilever totalmente metálica. Alas y superficies de cola son todos recta con bordes afilados y. Los alerones son envergadura total y llevan flaps, al igual que el timón de la aleta de profundidad total. El tren de aterrizaje es fijo, con las piernas principales aerodinámicos y ruedas en carenados largos. La rueda de cola rodillo está metido en la esquina trasera del fuselaje detrás del timón. La cabina está cerrada con un pequeño, de una sola pieza, con dosel de plexiglás. El primer avión fue alimentado por 85 CV (63 kW) motores horizontalmente opuestos, pero más recientemente, al menos, cuatro han utilizado el 100 CV (75 kW) Continental C-85 de Continental O-200-A. La instalación del motor incluye un gran spinner en punta y, cilindro carenados cabeza / escape bulbosas largos. Tres vientos cósmicos fueron construidos en Lockheed de entre 1947 y 1948 y un cuarto bastante más tarde, un quinto también fue construida en los EE.UU. por los constructores amateurs, el último ejemplo fue construido en el Reino Unido tan tarde como 1972.

El Hobbyking viento cósmico es un ejemplo rápido y elegante mirando con una alta calidad del fuselaje de fibra de vidrio, con balsa y capas Lite construye la construcción del ala. Todas las piezas han sido muy bien cortados por CNC que hace para una muy fuerte fuselaje luz. Una gran fibra de vidrio escotilla de acceso a la batería situada debajo de la nariz se une magnéticamente que permite un montón de espacio para su batería elegido. El tren de aterrizaje es un tipo de doble hoja con todo el metal pantalones de la rueda de fibra de vidrio. No es un soporte de motor robusto en la nariz lo que permite una fijación segura de su motor de 35 mm elegido. El viento cósmico requiere algunos trabajos de construcción, los cuernos y las superficies de control requieren montaje y también las secciones de cola y alerones requieren encolado en su lugar y, por supuesto, el equipo de motor y R / C necesita instalar pero 2 o 3 noches de trabajo deben ver el viento cósmico en la línea de partida para su propia carrera de Goodyear trofeo.
Asamblea en el campo de aviación es muy rápido y sencillo, las alas unidas Bolt en su lugar con clavijas en el borde de ataque para asegurar un ajuste apretado. En suma, una muy agradable y fácil de construir la maqueta que será admirado en cualquier campo de vuelo modelo de volar.

caracteristicas:
• Escala ve con un manejo rápido, fácil
• maravillosamente hecho a mano, alta calidad y estructura del avión que cubre
• Pre-hecha rueda de cola del tren de rodaje y orientable
• fuselaje de fibra de vidrio y ruedas pantalones
• El hardware de calidad superior incluido
• Simple y directo para construir

Especificaciones:
Envergadura: 920mm
Longitud: 755 mm
Volar Peso: 850g (menos batería)

Se requiere:

Su propio ~ 4 canales transmisor y receptor de 6
35-XX motor sin escobillas o similar,
Spinner, apoyo y el adaptador
40 ~ ESC 50a
4x Mini Servos
2200 3S Lipo

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 189000046
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 1939.0000
  • Longitud 770.00
  • Ancho 180.00
  • Altura 270.00
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Nice plane. Quite small and I intend to add an orange flash made of monokote on the top surface of one wing.

Take note of the location of the wing retention nuts - in mine, the ply was delaminated.

Using an NTM 2836-2700 motor and a YEP 40A ESC (and Savox SH-0257MG servos) and pretty stock hardware.

The battery hatch magnets are terribly weak. I did not trust them and instead used a latch to add a latch lock for the battery hatch. See the images.

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Nice plane. Quite small and I intend to add an orange flash made of monokote on the top surface of one wing.

Take note of the location of the wing retention nuts - in mine, the ply was delaminated.

Using an NTM 2836-2700 motor and a YEP 40A ESC (and Savox SH-0257MG servos) and pretty stock hardware.

The battery hatch magnets are terribly weak. I did not trust them and instead used a latch to add a latch lock for the battery hatch. See the images.

Correct: Fuselage fiberglass is NOT the thinnest so it will take the speed of this plane.

I gave 4 starts for overall, 5 starts for value of the low cost, 3 for quality. If screws holes are pre-drilled, magnets are install properly, hinges are pre-install it will get 5 starts.

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Correct: Fuselage fiberglass is NOT the thinnest so it will take the speed of this plane.

I gave 4 starts for overall, 5 starts for value of the low cost, 3 for quality. If screws holes are pre-drilled, magnets are install properly, hinges are pre-install it will get 5 starts.

The four magnets that hold the battery hatch cover were installed behind fiber glass (not on the surface, two pairs of magnets are not touching or close to each other), so the holding force is much weaker, without any improvement it will falls during flights in a matter of time.
Has to cut the pre-cut canopy to the right size before gluing.
Little decals to apply, the bottom of the wind and stabilizer are black and white checker flag pattern.
My final weight is 36oz instead of 30oz GP. Or 630g without motor, ESC, battery and no prop/spinner.
A big killer for vertical performance.
Tips: Make sure the elevator joiner wire is installed BEFORE securing the two elevators to the stabilizer.
As GP instruction, using 30 minutes epoxy is a good choice to secure the elevator as it will give enough time for adjustment.
Plane design are very similar if not the same, material used are less than par, except the wind join which use fiberglass. Overall weight is a big killer, if you are not an experience builder; think twice in getting this lower cost version. If you dont enjoy building, the extra works/time you spend would outlast the saving. And you might end up with a second grade model.
No flight test yet as Im not a winter bird.

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The four magnets that hold the battery hatch cover were installed behind fiber glass (not on the surface, two pairs of magnets are not touching or close to each other), so the holding force is much weaker, without any improvement it will falls during flights in a matter of time.
Has to cut the pre-cut canopy to the right size before gluing.
Little decals to apply, the bottom of the wind and stabilizer are black and white checker flag pattern.
My final weight is 36oz instead of 30oz GP. Or 630g without motor, ESC, battery and no prop/spinner.
A big killer for vertical performance.
Tips: Make sure the elevator joiner wire is installed BEFORE securing the two elevators to the stabilizer.
As GP instruction, using 30 minutes epoxy is a good choice to secure the elevator as it will give enough time for adjustment.
Plane design are very similar if not the same, material used are less than par, except the wind join which use fiberglass. Overall weight is a big killer, if you are not an experience builder; think twice in getting this lower cost version. If you dont enjoy building, the extra works/time you spend would outlast the saving. And you might end up with a second grade model.
No flight test yet as Im not a winter bird.

The Blue Cosmic Wind from HK is a clone not the same one from GreatPlanes.
$50 vs $100-130 on your LHS.

Following are the differences beside color scheme. Blue v.s. white or red.
No instruction manual was given has to follows GPs instruction.
No spinner, no collet prop adaptor. $
Ailerons are not pre-hinged as original GP, the thick round fiber plastic are given. More works
Wing joiner is a 12mm diameter, 18CM long fiber tube instead on the short wood joiner. It should be better as it is much longer than the original. But my tube was meshed on one end.
Mounting holes form main landing gear are not pre-drilled, same as the two wheels pants, has to drill carefully with proper alignment.
The tail wheel gear is not up to par as the original GP, the part to secure to the tail (fuselage) is poor.
The single screw, oversize tail gear holder will not secure good to the fuselage without any modification.
Wing dowels is fiber glass not wood. Should work the same.
Fuselage fiberglass is the thinnest so it will take the speed of this plane.
As someone mentioned, this firewall is thick. Same as the GP it was not overly secured. From experience I added thick epoxy around the firewall to make it more secure to the fiberglass surrounding. So a minor nose down would not separate the firewall from the fuselage.
The four magnets that hold the battery hatch cover were installed beh

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The Blue Cosmic Wind from HK is a clone not the same one from GreatPlanes.
$50 vs $100-130 on your LHS.

Following are the differences beside color scheme. Blue v.s. white or red.
No instruction manual was given has to follows GPs instruction.
No spinner, no collet prop adaptor. $
Ailerons are not pre-hinged as original GP, the thick round fiber plastic are given. More works
Wing joiner is a 12mm diameter, 18CM long fiber tube instead on the short wood joiner. It should be better as it is much longer than the original. But my tube was meshed on one end.
Mounting holes form main landing gear are not pre-drilled, same as the two wheels pants, has to drill carefully with proper alignment.
The tail wheel gear is not up to par as the original GP, the part to secure to the tail (fuselage) is poor.
The single screw, oversize tail gear holder will not secure good to the fuselage without any modification.
Wing dowels is fiber glass not wood. Should work the same.
Fuselage fiberglass is the thinnest so it will take the speed of this plane.
As someone mentioned, this firewall is thick. Same as the GP it was not overly secured. From experience I added thick epoxy around the firewall to make it more secure to the fiberglass surrounding. So a minor nose down would not separate the firewall from the fuselage.
The four magnets that hold the battery hatch cover were installed beh

On hyperion 3025-08 and Nano-tech 6s 2200mah battery, this thing really screams! close to 200km/h. have beefed up elevatorstabs, other than that its stock config.
Flies straight and true, even better than quite alot of .40 size birds
Aerobatic is superb with different motor config.
batteryhatch doesnt fit very well.
best bang for buck ive ever bought!!


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On hyperion 3025-08 and Nano-tech 6s 2200mah battery, this thing really screams! close to 200km/h. have beefed up elevatorstabs, other than that its stock config.
Flies straight and true, even better than quite alot of .40 size birds
Aerobatic is superb with different motor config.
batteryhatch doesnt fit very well.
best bang for buck ive ever bought!!


Hello guy's. Just to let You known that I did put a video of my flight with this Cosmic 920mm. As You will see.......all went smooth et very nice. a small video for my report..........Lollllllllll

Do not forget.........I had to do some modifications regarding the wooden engine mount. You will have to do some modifications at the engine mount if You do not want any bad surprises. Ciaoooooooo

Enjoy...............

MD

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Hello guy's. Just to let You known that I did put a video of my flight with this Cosmic 920mm. As You will see.......all went smooth et very nice. a small video for my report..........Lollllllllll

Do not forget.........I had to do some modifications regarding the wooden engine mount. You will have to do some modifications at the engine mount if You do not want any bad surprises. Ciaoooooooo

Enjoy...............

MD

Finally managed a sucessful flight after repairs and mods. With new firewall (ring) fully epoxied in and motor mounted on the std aluminium cross on the front of the firewall, and around 2 DEG down and 2 DEG right thrust and balancing (upside down) at 52mm from the leading edge it flew well. Flies around 60mph wot with the TGY 2836 1200kv o/r and 20c 2200mah zippy LiPo and tracks nicely at any speed. It does not like too much elevator in a loop and will fly right through too much input at speed.

Small inputs only are required to fly smoothly and rolls are smooth with no funny habits. This plane would be a candidate for a good set of flaps or perhaps airbrakes as it does not want to come down for a landing. It is going to take a few landings to find how slow I can get it as my first one was about 200 feet, and that was with 6 attempts to get it slow enough! This is NOT a park flier and I would not suggest it for novices as you could get into trouble quickly with this as it won't forgive a mistake anywhere near the ground! With a bigger motor and battery I think this would be starting to become a brick and not be as pleasant to fly unless you prefer missiles!. With the 2200mah 20c I got 10mins of mixed flying with 20pcnt left in the battery and with everything cool to barely warm. 1 star off for weak tailplane and slack glueing of firewall and front wing mount, 5 stars for flying

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Finally managed a sucessful flight after repairs and mods. With new firewall (ring) fully epoxied in and motor mounted on the std aluminium cross on the front of the firewall, and around 2 DEG down and 2 DEG right thrust and balancing (upside down) at 52mm from the leading edge it flew well. Flies around 60mph wot with the TGY 2836 1200kv o/r and 20c 2200mah zippy LiPo and tracks nicely at any speed. It does not like too much elevator in a loop and will fly right through too much input at speed.

Small inputs only are required to fly smoothly and rolls are smooth with no funny habits. This plane would be a candidate for a good set of flaps or perhaps airbrakes as it does not want to come down for a landing. It is going to take a few landings to find how slow I can get it as my first one was about 200 feet, and that was with 6 attempts to get it slow enough! This is NOT a park flier and I would not suggest it for novices as you could get into trouble quickly with this as it won't forgive a mistake anywhere near the ground! With a bigger motor and battery I think this would be starting to become a brick and not be as pleasant to fly unless you prefer missiles!. With the 2200mah 20c I got 10mins of mixed flying with 20pcnt left in the battery and with everything cool to barely warm. 1 star off for weak tailplane and slack glueing of firewall and front wing mount, 5 stars for flying

Hi guy's! I stated my first flight report in the discussions tap. You Can also see some photos at the files tap. Ciaoooooooo

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Hi guy's! I stated my first flight report in the discussions tap. You Can also see some photos at the files tap. Ciaoooooooo

Hi guy's! You Can Read m'y first report in the discussions files and see some photos in the files tap.

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Hi guy's! You Can Read m'y first report in the discussions files and see some photos in the files tap.

Gran avin, configuracin an por determinar, es bonito y liviano

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Gran avin, configuracin an por determinar, es bonito y liviano

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NEW MOTOR MOUNT DETAIL Download [164]
TWIN AILERON SERVOS HK928BB Download [64]
ESC AND UBEC PLACEMENT Download [84]
COSMIC WIND MODDED Download [117]
TAILWHEEL MOD Download [94]
COCKPIT ADDITIONS Download [128]
Final configuration rear Download [193]
Final configuration front Download [327]
SERVO AND RX PLACEMENT Download [144]
MOTOR MOUNT NEW POSITION Download [164]
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