El Sbach 342 ha tomado el mundo de acrobacia aérea por la tormenta desde su introducción, que es combinación de buena apariencia impresionantes y capacidad de acrobacia extrema se ha convertido en un favorito de los pilotos de RC de todo el mundo, ahora, finalmente, un Plug and Play versión está disponible para aquellos que quieren para entrar en el aire de forma rápida y con el mínimo de esfuerzo.
Como era de esperar, la Sbach está hecho de espuma dura de EPO, es una acumulación muy rápida y simple que no requiere pegamento, cola del avión simplemente se atornilla en las alas y 2pc son un tapón en configurar, también es ideal para el transporte. La década de los servos son pre-instalado, siendo el tamaño estándar del ascensor / timón de servo con un elevado par de maniobras 3D agresivos. También pre-instalado es el potente motor sin escobillas y ESC, para obtener el máximo rendimiento y eficiencia, un apoyo de 2 láminas se suministra.
Este fantástico en busca Sbach 342 ofertas tanto el piloto como piloto del deporte un modelo muy capaz 3D con toneladas de rendimiento y una carga entera de la presencia, las grandes superficies de control son perfectos para casi cualquier maniobra es que quiere lanzar en él. Esta magnífica Sbach 342 le mantendrá sonriendo de oreja a oreja, sólo asegúrese de que tiene un montón de Lipo de mano, soporte colgando del Sbach es adictivo!
Construcción resistente de espuma EPO
superficies de control con bisagras adecuadas
Enchufe alas para facilitar su transporte
2. Levantar la hoja de empuje máximo en 4s Lipoly
ascensor tamaño estándar y servo del timón de
calcas al agua aplicada previamente
un montaje sencillo y rápido, manual de instrucciones suministra completa
dosel particular para aquellos que quieran instalar figura del piloto
Todas las superficies de control de lanza y las tasas de expo dado
Peso del vuelo: 2300g
Motor: 4250 sin escobillas Outrunner 800kV
ESC: 70A w / BEC
Servo: std tamaño 2 x 2 y x 9 g
Su propio canal 4 de TX / RX
Batería de 3300mAh Lipo 4S
SKU (Número de Referencia):
Peso ( g)
- SKU (Número de Referencia):
I brough tthis plane, it lasted two flights..... first flight the CG was massively off and it was tail heavy, even though it was set as per the instructions. No problem. landed and sorted all out. Second flight all went well for 10 mins, upon making my final turn before landing approach the motor deicded it wanted to depart itself from the plane, taking the canopy with it. Neither were ever to be seen again.... Now i read a previous comment on someone saying the motor wasnt secure so i checked this over and made sure it was tight and movement free before flying.... very poor quality, hobbykings customer service is useless. and you cant get any spare parts for this plane so i would seriously advise against buying it.... unless your handy at making your own parts for it! On the plus side it did fly spot on and i was really impressed with it once the CG was sorted out.... such a shame.
Will i be buying a replacement when its back in stock.... most likely lol.Leider ist nach 2 Flügen der Regler ausgefallen,Crash,mit 4 S etwas lahm geht aber noch,eigentlich ein schönes Modell,würd ich aber nicht nochmal kaufenGreat plane, goes together easily and a great flyer. I have the MX2 as well as the sbach. The MX is a little sharper but the sbach is so much fun.Great looking plane, easy build, manual not really needed only prob was the tail wheel links to long as they are on these type of models. fly's like on rails and easy to land,
A good buyHi guys,
Yesterday my Sbach-342 of Hobbyking had its maiden flight. It flew pretty good.
I used the recommended configuration : 3300Mah-4S and the prop. Delivered out of the box.
Some remarks regarding the flight:
- The center gravity really needs attention out of the box. It really needs extra weight the standard configuration. With this adjustment the plane is general behaves pretty good.
- The plane can really use some extra power. The standard config. Does not deliver enough power to perform serious F3A figures.
Some construction remarks:
- Several bolts (and other) parts do not fit. For example the M3x6mm bolt to fix the horizontal stabilizer is too short. It needs to be M3x7mm at least. Also the construction of the push rods really need attention/adjustments.
- Tail wheel : the construction is very light/delicate. I expect that this will not last long.
- Main landing gear : the wheels do not turn very smoothly. Construction again very light here.
In general this plane is pretty good for this price. It can be great if the power configuration (engine/ESC/battery/prop) will be improved.
Maybe somebody already has sorted this out and I really would appreciate feedback on this.
Also If you have questions for me, please let me know.
Hi! Received mine today. Very fast delivery (Canada East-end) 11 days......wowwwww HK.
Well packaged, no broken parts ans no missing parts either. Instruction manual is....so so, not very explicit. Tail wheel assembly a bit confusing , bolts ans screws a bit confusing again, had to change at a few Times. So be aware when putting screws and bolts. Good looking plane and seems to have a lot of power with a 4 cells. Talking about the bolts they should be a bit longer. Hope to Fly It next week-end. For the Price.....it is OK.Ok, now my Sbach is ready for maiden, and putting it together was a piece of cake for me. Well, i scratch-built so many planes that i can say that i`m a very experienced modeler. The tail plane section needed some sanding, same at the wings. After sanding the parts and test fitting them many times, all is very nice and there are only some optical issues with the paint job and decals. The screws for the motor were nearly all loctited except one, did it myself. Balanced the prop, it was slightly unbalanced and needed only a few minutes to get it spinning without vibrations. The spinner needed some sanding at the cuts for the prop, nothing special. Now it runs fine. The tail wheel assembly was ok, the linkage rods from the rudder to the wheel steering arm needed to be bent, now they fit perfect and all is moving smooth. And i had to drill a forgotten hole for the main landing gear, on the right side the manufacturer forgot it. No problem, took my mini-drill and did it myself, the drive-in nut was there so i was able to screw the complete main landing gear in place. Loctited the wheel axles, had to unscrew the wheel pants to do this, no problem. Secured the cabin with magnets. After all, i checked everything again, all was ok, progged my transmitter and used just half of the ways in the manual, no expo. Could only do a very short maiden flight, it began to rain so i had to land after just 1 minute. For now i can only tell that the Sbach 342 needed only a little trim on elevatorWith some modifications this is a great airplaneI have had this model for about 3 months now. It is a great flyer, but certainly not a model for a novice. I completed my MAAA Bronze Wings test easy with it. Prop hangs, loops, rolls, knife edges all good.
Points to note: My stock ESC died after 3 flights and had to be replaced. DO NOT TRUST IT!. Get yourself a 80Amp or greater ESC when you buy this model. Also, upgrade the aileron servos to 14g. And lastly, consider metal gear servos for the rudder and Elevator. Mine are functioning fine for now but it would be a good upgrade.
I fly with a 15x7 APC prop now and with a 4S 3300 30C battery with heavy workout can get about 7mins 30 secs out of a battery with headroom. If you fly lazy circuits you will get 10 mins out of it.
I had a radio failure (Potentiometer failure) and destroyed it already, but a 4 hour rebuild and it flying again good as new. Dial in heaps of expo on your first flight (40 - 60pcnt) and follow the manual for control surface travel and you will be fine. Great model, just wish there were spares for the airframe!The esc does not arm the motor when you use the nano tec batteries , other lp po batteries work but not the nano tec. When you use a nano tec lipo the power from the battery does go into the receiver and the servos work but the motor does not arm. When I switch to any regular lipo eveything works including the motor. I think the esc is having a problem reading the battery type or voltage from the nano tec lipos and therfore is not arming the motor. Every nano tec battery I try I get the same results and everytime I use a standard lipo the motor arms and everything works.
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