Il ne fait aucun doute, les Gee Bee R3 est un modèle à la recherche incroyable et cette grande taille Gee Bee a fantastiques performances de voltige pour correspondre à sa tête tourner les regards!
Fabriqué à partir de mousse EPO dur, ce R3 est simple et rapide à assembler, d'autant plus que le moteur brushless outrunner, ESC et servos sont pré-installés. L'une des caractéristiques les plus frappantes de la R3 sont les grands carénages de roues, ces cachent très robuste, monté pli sous-chariot jambe de roues et qui sont assez grands pour faire face le plus rugueux des bandes avec facilité. Pour la touche finale et de minimiser flex, le R3 dispose facile à installer le gréement en acier qui est parfaitement courtoisie pré-tension des ressorts de montage fournies. Ceci est un grand modèle pour une mousseuse, mais il est également pratique, l'aile 1 pc est amovible pour faciliter le transport et la grande trappe de la batterie fait lipo permutant un jeu d'enfant!
Ce superbe R3 à la recherche est un véritable chef-turner, il a une présence à la pelle à la fois sur le sol et dans l'air, il est étonnamment facile à piloter et semble tout simplement génial faire ces passes faibles n rapides, mais quand vous commencez à explorer la voltige capacité du R3, il ne fait aucun doute, vous serez impressionné! La cellule neutre rend le style de motif voler un jeu d'enfant, cubains 8 de, knifedge passe, Split-S, stalle tourne, etc sont tous une joie, surtout avec un plan qui ressemble ce bien, mais il est aussi bien comporté que certains formateurs quand juste volé dans le circuit! Ce Gee Bee R3 est un modèle sportif brillant qui est adapté à tous les domaines, sa taille lui donne des tonnes de présence, il est ultra résistant et vole superbement. Les modèles qui se ressemblent cette étonnante sont souvent reines de suspension, et non le R3, la performance et la fonctionnalité sont combinées dans un grand avion à la recherche de sport qui est tellement amusant de voler et de posséder!
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Facile et rapide à assembler
Looks Attraper Superbe et yeux
Robuste EPO Foam
Heavy Duty Sous-transport et les grandes roues peuvent attaquer Presque tous Strip
Wing 1pc amovible pour faciliter le transport
Grande Taille avec des charges de présence
Performance Voltige Impressionnant Combiné avec Manutention Docile basse vitesse
Voler Poids: 2300g
ESC: 45A w / BEC
Servo: 9g x 2, 25g x 2
Moteur: 3648 600kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
Your Own 4 ~ 6 canaux TX / RX
Batterie 2650mAh ~ 3300mAh 4s Lipoly
Capacité ( mAh )
Ive been flying this plane stock, no mods. A little Fidely with the build concerning the undercarriage not seating flush. Not a big problem but considering the wheels and mounts are quite a large part of the plane. I've flown it with 2200 4s to 3000 4s mha batteries and the aircraft has plenty of power for the full range of aerobatics. I set the CG at 108mm and as some one else mentioned the battery is nearly all the way to the servo's. The pane seems a little tail heavy at this CG but doesn't overly effect the flying too much. I haven't noticed any tendency to tip stall at low speed. Flight times of 9 minutes with 15pcnt remaining. It does like a little power for landings. Overall I'm very happy with this planeVery nice plane, and very easy to assemble. I am flying it on stock electronics, and it has plenty of power, and is easy enough fly, but needs to be landed under power, as it seems to have a tendency to tip stall. It is built for speed, as wing and ailerons do not appear to have sufficient area for successful 3d-ing. The tail wheel is miles to small for the weight of the plane, for me anyway, as I fly off very rough bitumen .... not really for the novice flyer, you would be better off with a full on 3d plane, as with low control settings, these are very easy to fly, and as a general rule, don't have tendencies to stall, and will float in for landings ...
Beautiful detailing on the plane, went together quickly except for the rigging which takes a bit of time to get adjusted. Very uneventful maiden, flew well out of the box. Able to do loops, knife edge and flat turns easily. All in all a very nice plane. Had it up for seven flights the first day off a grass field. The landing gear is quite rugged and handles the grass easily. I would definitely recommend the plane. The only mod I made was to make a tab with electrical tape to make removing the battery compartment cover easier.Gee Bee R3 is best Air Planewonderful! such a huge airplane
very gentle in air, rubust build
i whould make the rear wheel a little bit bigger, it went out after 2nd landingTrs bel avion ,belle finition il me tarde de le recevoirA few flights in now and wow does this thing fly nicely! Really gets a lot of attention at the field. It is also surprisingly big! Takes off in about 10 feet if you want it to. Will cruise around at 1/3rd throttle very happily. I am using 3000 mah bats and after 5 min flights of mixed throttle usage only put about 1400 mah back in, so i'm sure 7 min flights aren't out of the question. The battery compartment is huge, so huge in fact that I have fit a 4500 mah pack in with ease!. Build quality is pretty good. My only gripes with the model are the way the tail wheel attaches to the rudder, The flying wires are slightly sloppy fitting ( loose but easily fixable) and that the elevator and ailerons don't have real hinges, just the foam join, although the plane does come with spare parts, to include a bag full of nylon or plastic hinges it would be nice if they were pre installed. A couple little things I would recommend. I put a light coat of finishing epoxy on the entire airframe. This not only protects the foam from little dings, dents and scratched, but also really brings out the color and ads a fantastic shine! Also, put heat shrink tubing on all of the points where the flying wires attach to the springs, this really helps keep them in place. In all I am VERY satisfied with this modelHave now flown the Gee Bee several times fly's really well however had slight rolling when no input from controls, after landing and close inspection noticed the elevator centre section was very weak and believe was twisting under load have now epoxied u shap piano wire to centre joint and looking forward to next flight ( hope hobby king take note of this could be dangerous ) suggest anyone buying this model check elevator for twist simple to put right before assembly.I have recieved my Gee Bee R3 two days delivery, opening the box looks great, is now assembled and ready to go, so far seems fantastic value for money hope it fly's as good as it looks.
Problems encountered were assembly instruction photos not very clear, absolutely no info on the motor or ESC, ESC would not function so removed from the model is it programable ? is it bec or opto ? what max voltage would it take ?, also the motor is not marked at all so will it take a five cell lipo ?
On the verge of sending the ESC back as faulty my son said he had had the same problem and to adjust the travel to max on the throttle servo and now works perfectly, I wonder how many ESC's are sent back for being faulty when they are OK.
Just take your time assembling the model a lot of the plastic mouldings are handed, easy to stick them in the wrong place, close all the flying wire loops so the springs cannot come out and close all the spring hooks where required.
Foreseable problem if a wheel needs changing you will have to cut the side out of the spat to replace it, all in all really pleased with model so farC of G in the book is way off. C of G should be around 95mm from LE at fuz with the plane the right way up