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HobbyKing® ™ Mini Breeze Planeador EPO 900mm w / Motor (ARF)

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Si usted está buscando el modelo de parque mosca perfecta o simplemente un volante Domingo relajante, echar un vistazo a esto! El Mini Breeze es un buen aspecto planeador estilo "vaina y la pluma", que es como su nombre lo indica - un verdadero "Breeze" para volar. No sólo es fácil de volar, es fácil de construir también. El Mini Breeze puede estar listo para volar en unos 15 minutos!

El Mini Breeze ofrece una combinación de ultra-resistente de espuma y fibra de carbono de la construcción de EPO por lo que es no sólo es ligero, sino también muy resistente. El dosel de plástico extraíble está protegida con imanes que permiten la salida rápida de cambios de baterías. El ala de dos piezas simplemente se conecta con bandas de goma por lo que es fácil de instalar y resistente al choque, también está reforzado con fibra de vidrio por lo que es muy rígida para un modelo de este tamaño. Perfecto para los nuevos pilotos de aterrizaje, donde a veces puede ser un poco complicado y para volar en áreas pequeñas, como parques o campos deportivos.

Esta versión del Mini Breeze viene ARF (casi listo para volar) con un motor sin escobillas 3100KV 1306 incluido. Usted sólo tendrá que añadir sus propios servos 3.7g x 4, 6A salida sin cepillo, sistema de radio de 4 canales y de la batería 2S Lipoly para completar este modelo.

• casi listo para volar w / Motor - sólo tiene que añadir su propio sistema de radio, servos, ESC y baterías
• construcción de espuma ultra duradera EPO
• tubo de cola de fibra de carbono mantiene el modelo de la luz al tiempo que ofrece una excelente rigidez
• características de vuelo estables hacen que sea perfecto para principiantes y pilotos experimentados
• motor sin escobillas de alta eficiencia preinstalado
• Fácil y rápido montaje

Longitud: 660 mm
Envergadura: 900mm
Volar Peso: 200 ~ 220g
Motor: 1306 3100KV (incluido)
Hélice: 4540 (incluido)

el transmisor y el receptor de 4 canales
batería LiPoly 2S 450 ~ 610mAh
6A sin escobillas CES
4 x servos 3.7g

  • Envergadura ( mm ) 900.00
  • HobbyKing® ™ Mini Breeze Glider EPO 900mm w/Motor
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BB Fire | Comprador verificado

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Playing with air - Fun and Relaxing if you respect the plane.

Feb 20, 2018

I had my first Mini Breeze PNP version, about 2 years ago and crashed it badly when I was just starting out in the RC flying hobby. Now, with this second Mini Breeze (ARF W/ motor only) , I am much more appreciative of its design and behavior. It's an easy-flying and light glider, so you must first find the proper centre of gravity (depending on the size of your battery), and the rest is how you want to play with air, wind, and thermos. It's light, so it will naturally lean toward one side as the motor torques initially (depending on which way your motor turns, and size of your prop). Once speed builds up, the wings will have enough lift, then it won't lean to one side anymore. This is normal for single prop planes and especially for warbirds with powerful motors. Issues with building this plane are: 1. the plane came with an orange prop that is wrong direction for the motor spin. You will loose your spinner and prop in mid flight unless you spin your motor clock-wise and install a counter-clock wise (Reverse) prop. 2. Main wing connection is weak, so use hot glue in addition to the wing joiner, plus using clear tape going once around the black plastic seam line. 3. Watch your servo sizes and lead wires length. 4. Not much room for your electronics, so use small ESC and receiver if you have them, and do some space planning ahead of time. I managed to squeeze in a 12A Hobbyking ESC and an Orange receiver with extra servo lead wires all cramped in. Make sure there is no interference with servo movement! My low rates are set at 70% with Expo at 20%. Feel out your plane and setup what you like. Relax and enjoy.

Igor | Comprador verificado

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Highly unstable, hard to start

Dec 12, 2016

Fun to fly but there are issues - it is very light and hard to start. While motor is working plane is twisting to the side very much tending to drop and you have to keep aileron all the way to other side just to keep it flying. Glides well, though.

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Jan 04, 2015

I bought a second mini breeze glider after the first one crashed beyond repair (not the plane's fault) - it's a fun plane to fly - I'm an experienced modeler but a beginner RC pilot - the model behaves well. I bought the recommended components except the battery which was a little too big for the space available (shipping of lithium batteries by air is not possible). The only issues I had was that the aileron servo leads are too short and I had to splice extra wire to make them work - I tried 30 cm extensions (F26S) but there was not enough room in the fuselage for the extra wire - 10 or 15 cm extensions are sufficient. I ended up making the Y leads a custom length. The other issue was figuring out how to position the receiver and rudder and elevator servos so that everything fit. The solution was to place the ESC on the side wall of the fuselage beside the elevator and rudder servos, and put my too-big-for-the-space battery on a platform I made with carpet tape that spanned the opening. It worked fine and I trimmed it so that the tape was invisible. Flying it at half throttle max worked well for learning how to control the model. I also purchased the HK RC flight simulator and this helped a lot - but don't fly for real until the controls are second nature is my best advice.

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Oct 05, 2014

Nice little glider. It does have a problem with the wing joining system though. It's only a small joiner (not like the full length spar that the floater jet has for example) and it tends to break quite easily. The two wing halves are only connected via that one joiner which is near the front of the wing so it isn't very stable.
The elevator is also a little stiff and the side with the horn tends to move more than the other side. I cut the hinge line and used blenderm tape and also put a small carbon fibre rod along the elevator.
Otherwise, not bad. I think the floater jet might be better though

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