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H-roi High Performance Racer Series - Kit MXSR w / Servo

H-roi High Performance Racer Series - Kit MXSR w / Servo

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La série unique et très brillant HobbyKing Racer a été développé avec deux choses à l'esprit .... haute performance et des quantités massives de plaisir!

La bonne cellule à la recherche est en mousse EPO super résistant et est fortement ré-renforcé avec des tiges des FC, chaque version est bien fini dans un système authentique de couleur. Une des premières choses que vous remarquez avec cette série est la construction modulaire bien conçu, les ailes et le stabilisateur horizontal littéralement emboîtent faire l'assemblage et des pièces de rechange simple et rapide. Pas de colle est nécessaire pour l'assemblage, l'empennage vertical et dur sous-chariot vis simplement et les servos ont été pré-installé. Lorsque vous regardez autour de ces modèles brillants, vous pouvez voir qu'ils ont été construits pour la performance, tant en termes de vitesse et de capacité de voltige, les surfaces de contrôle sont entièrement articulés et l'aile / empenage de montage sont lourds pour faire face à haut G manoeuvres . Cette superbe version ARF priced vous permet d'utiliser le train électrique de votre choix, offrant un potentiel énorme pour tout ce que vous accélérez les freaks!

Caractéristiques:
Robuste Construction OEB
Joliment fini Schéma d'échelle, Authentic
Haute performance modèle, à la fois rapide et Voltige
Rapide et simple à assembler Gracieuseté de conception modulaire
Voir toutes les Servo pré-installé
Surfaces de contrôle entièrement charnières
Version ARF est parfait pour ceux qui veulent construire une version Ultra Haute Performance
L'utilisation intensive de tiges FC dans toutes les surfaces volantes et Fuselage
Lourd Undercarriage Duty avec pneus en caoutchouc capables de traiter le plus rugueux des bandes
Peut être lancé à la main

Comprend:
Instructions
Outils
Hook & boucle de bande
Y-Lead
Fileur
7x6 Prop

Spécifications:
Envergure: 800mm
Longueur: 720mm
Voler Poids: 640g
Wing Zone: 10.5dm2
Servo: 9g x 4

A besoin:
Votre propre 4 canaux TX / RX
1800mAh 4s Lipoly
4s 28mm Brushless Outrunner Capable
30A ~ 40A ESC w / BEC

  • UGS 9087000006
  • Brand H-King
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 1558.0000
  • Longueur 680.00
  • Packaging Width 130.00
  • la taille 365.00
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This is not a kit for beginners. It's a true ARF, I was up and flying within about an hour, no need for the manual but do not forget the plastic pieces... ;) Add glue to the main wing when assembling. This model flies better than 90pcnt of my foam planes, and makes a great hotliner sound. Rolls are straight and true,inverted is great...and very fast. Best of all...it flies excellent with a 2200 3s, Turnigy 2826/6 2200 motor and 6x4 prop...my favorite chassis.

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This is not a kit for beginners. It's a true ARF, I was up and flying within about an hour, no need for the manual but do not forget the plastic pieces... ;) Add glue to the main wing when assembling. This model flies better than 90pcnt of my foam planes, and makes a great hotliner sound. Rolls are straight and true,inverted is great...and very fast. Best of all...it flies excellent with a 2200 3s, Turnigy 2826/6 2200 motor and 6x4 prop...my favorite chassis.

I have about 20 flights on it and I like it. Snaps together and is durable. Except for the motor mount which broke the mount tabs even though I never had the prop strike the ground. I made a new motor mount out of a small piece of sheet metal I had lying around see the files section I posted a picture. The motor I used a 35-30 1400kv prop drive. I cut the shaft of the back and used the motor accessory kit to mount the 7X6e prop. A 3s 2200kva battery and it balances at as recommended in the instructions. Control travels are elevator 3/16 up 1/8 down measured at the trailing edge. Elevator at neutral and is in trim. 5/32 up and down for the ailerons measured at the trailing edge. Take off don't touch the aileron or elevator rudder inputs only till it has plenty of speed it may break ground without elevator input. Has a wicked rolling stall characteristic best not to stall it ever. You could enter a series of secondary stalls and crash even at altitude. Level flight full speed is about 65 mph. Landing keep it coming down hill the whole time with about 1/4 throttle as you round out near the ground throttle off. Don't hold off too long it could stall near the ground and roll in.

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I have about 20 flights on it and I like it. Snaps together and is durable. Except for the motor mount which broke the mount tabs even though I never had the prop strike the ground. I made a new motor mount out of a small piece of sheet metal I had lying around see the files section I posted a picture. The motor I used a 35-30 1400kv prop drive. I cut the shaft of the back and used the motor accessory kit to mount the 7X6e prop. A 3s 2200kva battery and it balances at as recommended in the instructions. Control travels are elevator 3/16 up 1/8 down measured at the trailing edge. Elevator at neutral and is in trim. 5/32 up and down for the ailerons measured at the trailing edge. Take off don't touch the aileron or elevator rudder inputs only till it has plenty of speed it may break ground without elevator input. Has a wicked rolling stall characteristic best not to stall it ever. You could enter a series of secondary stalls and crash even at altitude. Level flight full speed is about 65 mph. Landing keep it coming down hill the whole time with about 1/4 throttle as you round out near the ground throttle off. Don't hold off too long it could stall near the ground and roll in.

this is a high quality foam kit.... one of the nicest Ive seen... I think the moray is made by the same folks by the construction and I love my Moray

Snaps together in no time I used the prop drive 3536 1800 KV with HK 90-100 ESC and separate BEC .. very fast very stable and precise
I love it
JAK

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this is a high quality foam kit.... one of the nicest Ive seen... I think the moray is made by the same folks by the construction and I love my Moray

Snaps together in no time I used the prop drive 3536 1800 KV with HK 90-100 ESC and separate BEC .. very fast very stable and precise
I love it
JAK

for it with power. I would have preferred it came without servos so I could have installed my own but all it all I'm pleased with it. I'll post a flight reviewed eventually.

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for it with power. I would have preferred it came without servos so I could have installed my own but all it all I'm pleased with it. I'll post a flight reviewed eventually.

I just finished building my MSX-R. My set up is a 2200mah 3S Nano-Tech battery, a NTM Prop Drive 28-36 2200KV / 696W motor, and a HobbyKing 40A BlueSeries ESC. I used the stock prop which may be a bit too much for it but I really can't see having wide open throttle for more than 2-3 seconds at at time. Some people say it needs a 4S battery but with my 3S set up the power is incredible. I haven't flown it yet but I think once I have a feel for the plane I will be able to hand launch it vertically with the power it has. I bought the MSX-R over the Edge and S-Bach because I liked the look of it and it was cheaper and had a slightly lighter shipping weight. As for assembly, it all snapped/screwed together in just a few minutes. I'm not sure I like the joining of wing to the fuselage though. It has two screws at the front of the wing but only one at the rear. It's probably strong enough but I did have thoughts of the wing separating from the fuselage during high negative G's. The motor fit perfectly on the firewall mount with the NTM accessory pack and no modifications were needed. I used the spinner with the accessory pack rather than the plastic one that came with it and the prop lined up perfectly with the front of the cowl. My plane came in at 730 grams which is about 90 grams heavier than advertised. I think the wing loading is a bit high but I've more than made up

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I just finished building my MSX-R. My set up is a 2200mah 3S Nano-Tech battery, a NTM Prop Drive 28-36 2200KV / 696W motor, and a HobbyKing 40A BlueSeries ESC. I used the stock prop which may be a bit too much for it but I really can't see having wide open throttle for more than 2-3 seconds at at time. Some people say it needs a 4S battery but with my 3S set up the power is incredible. I haven't flown it yet but I think once I have a feel for the plane I will be able to hand launch it vertically with the power it has. I bought the MSX-R over the Edge and S-Bach because I liked the look of it and it was cheaper and had a slightly lighter shipping weight. As for assembly, it all snapped/screwed together in just a few minutes. I'm not sure I like the joining of wing to the fuselage though. It has two screws at the front of the wing but only one at the rear. It's probably strong enough but I did have thoughts of the wing separating from the fuselage during high negative G's. The motor fit perfectly on the firewall mount with the NTM accessory pack and no modifications were needed. I used the spinner with the accessory pack rather than the plastic one that came with it and the prop lined up perfectly with the front of the cowl. My plane came in at 730 grams which is about 90 grams heavier than advertised. I think the wing loading is a bit high but I've more than made up

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