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Slick 540 3D Aerobat Balsa 30CC 1930mm (ARF)

Slick 540 3D Aerobat Balsa 30CC 1930mm (ARF)

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La pleine échelle Slick 540 a commencé la vie comme Slick 360 avec un prototype construit sur la base du laser et Extra 230. Il avait la mise en page de base du laser (le même profil d'aile, ascenseur et gouvernail) et le système de l'extra de contrôle. L'aile composite a été souligné à +/- dix "de g" mais a conservé la majeure partie de la construction en tube d'acier du Laser / Extra. L'énorme succès des commandes d'avions et suivantes a fait paraître de nouvelles façons d'améliorer et de développer le Slick.

Avec les ingénieurs de tout appris sur le prototype, le Slick de production a été conçu dès le départ pour être de toute construction composite. Cela a permis à un plus grand volume interne qui signifie de plus grands pilotes qui, traditionnellement, ont eu du mal à faire dans d'autres avions de voltige pourrait maintenant adapter avec facilité. Capable de +/- 10g de, l'accent a été mis sur l'élimination des problèmes de flottement. Il a été calculé que si flutter devait se produire il était plus de 500 nœuds, bien au-dessus de la vitesse maximale de l'avion. Après cela, la réduction de la traînée était une priorité. La queue tout composite ne nécessite pas de fils de mouches, et le train d'atterrissage a été fabriqué avec des lignes de freins internes, avec un pantalon de roue composite rationalisation du reste du train d'atterrissage.

Notre Slick 540 reproduit fidèlement les lignes épurées de la pleine échelle. Le balsa et contreplaqué cellule tout construit est livré pré-construit et recouvert d'un système multi-couleur qui est agréable à l'œil et facile à orienter dans l'air. Tout comme la pleine échelle, nous avons retenu les surfaces arrière à profil aérodynamique. Robuste train d'atterrissage en aluminium avec la fibre de verre pré-peintes roue pantalon et capot mis hors du modèle. Les ailes et l'empennage horizontal sont deux plug pièce en unités permettant un transport facile. Un paquet de matériel complet comprend des roues, réservoir de carburant, des bandes velcro, des liens à billes, tringles lourds, et le bras de fibre de verre d'asservissement et de cornes de contrôle. Accès à l'électronique, réservoir de carburant, et les boulons d'aile ne pouvait pas être plus facile puisque le fuselage incorpore une grande trappe d'accès.

Ceci est un presque prêt à voler modèle afin que vous avez juste besoin de compléter l'assemblage final, installez votre servos, le moteur et les autres appareils électroniques. Quelques soirées de travail est tout ce qu'il devrait prendre pour terminer la nappe.

Caractéristiques:
• Presque prêt à voler - assemblage final complet, installez votre propre moteur et de l'électronique!
balsa • Pré-construit et contreplaqué cellule
• schéma de couleurs multi-couleur
• Pack Premium Hardware comprend des liens à billes, des cornes lourds, réservoir de carburant
• Pré-peint en fibre de verre capot et d'un pantalon de roue
• surfaces arrière à profil aérodynamique
• trappe d'accès large fuselage
• train d'atterrissage en aluminium robuste

Spécifications:
Envergure: 1930mm
Longueur: 1879mm
Wing Zone: 77.4dm2
Voler Poids: 4,8 ~ 5,9 g

A besoin:
4+ émetteur de canal et le récepteur
6 x High Torque Servos
30-35CC Gas Engine
Divers adhésifs
récepteur Batterie
Hélice

  • UGS 9290000035-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 8632.0000
  • Longueur 1550.00
  • Packaging Width 250.00
  • la taille 600.00
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Hobbyking did a terrible job packing mine for shipping and of course it was damaged during transit. The cowl was basically destroyed. I would like a new cowl but I know their warranty that they claim is great is nearly impossible to get so why even attempt it. The plane is overpacked in one box so if it gets even one dent during shipping it will probably arrive damaged.

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Hobbyking did a terrible job packing mine for shipping and of course it was damaged during transit. The cowl was basically destroyed. I would like a new cowl but I know their warranty that they claim is great is nearly impossible to get so why even attempt it. The plane is overpacked in one box so if it gets even one dent during shipping it will probably arrive damaged.

Aluminum wing tube bends even without high G maneuvers. To soft and small. Needs a carbon fiber tube. Fly's great.

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Aluminum wing tube bends even without high G maneuvers. To soft and small. Needs a carbon fiber tube. Fly's great.

Mmmm, must have got mine packed on a friday arvo. No instructions, no wheel spatts and a spare right elevator . After searching online i also noticed that this kit doesn,t have the duel horns per surface it only has single. Will see if i can make spares out of carbon sheet or just use Dubro horns.
One thing I,ll say though is the plane is big and the quality seems good.
I,m sure Hobby King will send me replacement wheel spatts ...yeah like that will happen!

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Mmmm, must have got mine packed on a friday arvo. No instructions, no wheel spatts and a spare right elevator . After searching online i also noticed that this kit doesn,t have the duel horns per surface it only has single. Will see if i can make spares out of carbon sheet or just use Dubro horns.
One thing I,ll say though is the plane is big and the quality seems good.
I,m sure Hobby King will send me replacement wheel spatts ...yeah like that will happen!

I flew My Slick for the first time last Tuesday and I am able to report it flies as well as it looks. No trim was required and I was so confident with the plane that I flew all my usual show off routines, verticals, hovering, rolling circles etc..
I am using an OS33GT and it has ample power for me but I think hot 3D pilots would probably go for the next size up engine.
My all up weight was 6.6Kg. CofG was calculated to be from 160mm to 180mm from root LE. I set mine up at 172mm. Surprisingly I had to add 57g tail weight which I poked down the stab tube
Great stuff HK

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I flew My Slick for the first time last Tuesday and I am able to report it flies as well as it looks. No trim was required and I was so confident with the plane that I flew all my usual show off routines, verticals, hovering, rolling circles etc..
I am using an OS33GT and it has ample power for me but I think hot 3D pilots would probably go for the next size up engine.
My all up weight was 6.6Kg. CofG was calculated to be from 160mm to 180mm from root LE. I set mine up at 172mm. Surprisingly I had to add 57g tail weight which I poked down the stab tube
Great stuff HK

Got one of these today cost $400 to northside of Brisbane and it is very well made so far everyting looks good I will know more when I assemble it .It look better and stonger than the more costly brand names that I have . When I assemble this kit I will give more feedback If anyone has a ? about this airplane please ask and hopefully I can help .

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Got one of these today cost $400 to northside of Brisbane and it is very well made so far everyting looks good I will know more when I assemble it .It look better and stonger than the more costly brand names that I have . When I assemble this kit I will give more feedback If anyone has a ? about this airplane please ask and hopefully I can help .

Mine arrived today and i am mightily impressed with the quality of the build and value for money.
More to follow when I put it together and fly it.

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Mine arrived today and i am mightily impressed with the quality of the build and value for money.
More to follow when I put it together and fly it.

Here's a link to the video of the 7th flight of my Slick.
Flies lovely with the DLE35 in it...
Falcon 20x8 prop
Danhkal tank
Savox 1256TG servos
awesome bit of kit :)
https://youtu.be/LQP_unLVD-Q

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Here's a link to the video of the 7th flight of my Slick.
Flies lovely with the DLE35 in it...
Falcon 20x8 prop
Danhkal tank
Savox 1256TG servos
awesome bit of kit :)
https://youtu.be/LQP_unLVD-Q

Maidened the slick at the weekend - fitted with a DLE35RA with a Bowman ring installed on the stock 'muffler' swinging a 20*8 falcon wooden prop. Engine performance is top notch. However the plane is just beautiful to fly. Knife edge is as simple as rolling it over and applying the rudder, no need for any elevator, it just track straight an true like that. very little if any coupling.
As it is a new engine I did have a few dead sticks, and had to dump the plane into the crop in the field. This plane is tough! took a few knocks and no damage... lucky, I guess, that I was able to land pretty flat... I did manage to bend the wingtube, but have ordered a new one off ebay for about 9.
The wheel axles are indeed a two piece affair and on the last landing one of these did shear at the bolt face. no biggy.
For the price you can't go wrong with this plane - it is big, so you get a lot of model for your money... some of the hardware is not so good, but again, at this price you can't grumble.
Love it!

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Maidened the slick at the weekend - fitted with a DLE35RA with a Bowman ring installed on the stock 'muffler' swinging a 20*8 falcon wooden prop. Engine performance is top notch. However the plane is just beautiful to fly. Knife edge is as simple as rolling it over and applying the rudder, no need for any elevator, it just track straight an true like that. very little if any coupling.
As it is a new engine I did have a few dead sticks, and had to dump the plane into the crop in the field. This plane is tough! took a few knocks and no damage... lucky, I guess, that I was able to land pretty flat... I did manage to bend the wingtube, but have ordered a new one off ebay for about 9.
The wheel axles are indeed a two piece affair and on the last landing one of these did shear at the bolt face. no biggy.
For the price you can't go wrong with this plane - it is big, so you get a lot of model for your money... some of the hardware is not so good, but again, at this price you can't grumble.
Love it!

This is a aeroplusrc slick 35cc without the carbon, its a large modern design and will fly extremely well. Bargin.

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This is a aeroplusrc slick 35cc without the carbon, its a large modern design and will fly extremely well. Bargin.

I have two of this plane, one of which was running on gas engine and the other was converted to electric. I have to say this is one of the best 70 inch class planes out ther in terms of quality vs price. A couple of things to note for new owner though. First, the rudder servo tray is a bit too thin, try reinforce the whole section with some carbon fibre. Second, DO NOT , I repeat DO NOT use the stock tail wheel pin, the hole which the rudder rod goes through is way too small, you will definitely jam your rudder at some point. try use a ball link instead. Finally, this has caught me out recently, the landing gear axis is received as one singe component but in fact it was two, the thinner part was actually screwed in the bolt, if you fly gas then sooner or later this bit will come loose. you must take it apart and add some threadlock on it. These are about the only things I can think of. This is a great deal, if you look after thoese aspects aforementioned, you will have a great time!

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I have two of this plane, one of which was running on gas engine and the other was converted to electric. I have to say this is one of the best 70 inch class planes out ther in terms of quality vs price. A couple of things to note for new owner though. First, the rudder servo tray is a bit too thin, try reinforce the whole section with some carbon fibre. Second, DO NOT , I repeat DO NOT use the stock tail wheel pin, the hole which the rudder rod goes through is way too small, you will definitely jam your rudder at some point. try use a ball link instead. Finally, this has caught me out recently, the landing gear axis is received as one singe component but in fact it was two, the thinner part was actually screwed in the bolt, if you fly gas then sooner or later this bit will come loose. you must take it apart and add some threadlock on it. These are about the only things I can think of. This is a great deal, if you look after thoese aspects aforementioned, you will have a great time!

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