Il Eaglewing è stato progettato specificamente per FPV e come ci si aspetterebbe per una piattaforma di FPV, c'è una generosa superficie alare accoppiato con una configurazione del motore di spinta. Il grande baldacchino che si sarebbe anche aspettarmi, ma la parte intelligente è che può essere configurato in una varietà di modi per soddisfare la vostra attrezzatura FPV, con una grande tettoia sopra chiaro che può essere tagliato alla misura desiderata.
La cellula è, naturalmente, Super resistente EPO e le caratteristiche collegare le ali con un tubo CF sostanziale esecuzione sia attraverso l'ala e anche la colonna vertebrale della fusoliera. Essendo un ARF, che consente di scegliere un treno di potenza per soddisfare, il modello è progettato per gestire fino a 3s 4000mAh LiPoly, un peso leggero che vola e l'ala alta portanza significa che è richiesta una modesta quantità di potenza, coppia di questo al la capacità della confezione di volo e si dovrebbe essere in aria per un tempo molto lungo, una di medie dimensioni ideali e la piattaforma di FPV a buon mercato.
Apertura alare: 1.500 millimetri
Lunghezza: 980 millimetri
Peso di volo: 960g
Tutte le parti Ply
Tuo 4 canali TX / RX
22 millimetri ~ 28 millimetri 1450kv ~ 1800kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
20A ~ 30A ESC w / BEC
4 x 9g Servo
2 x 300 Servo Ext piombo
3300mAh ~ 4000mAh 3s Lipoly Batteria
Capacità ( mAh )
The options and possiblity is endless with this model. I brought this model for my wife and she loves it.I have all the Variety ,From Bixler to Phinex ,and Many many EPO ,, This Is the Best Strength ,and shape .,and also Happens to be the best price .I am greatly using them to FPV application is filled ,tho ,windy days ,cause Havoc for this shape Model . best in the calm ,, best with a good size i used 2628,25 amp 3s and a 300mah ,with a few ounces weight in the frount ..CG is 2cm from edge .What a easy plane to through together,around an hour 1/2,
1. 4x HXT900 servos
2. hinge horns
3. connect up all the servo rods
4. rout all the wiring
5.glue in the horz tail
6. mount your motor(2212) 1400Kv from my EPP 3D Angel
7. 9x6 prop
8. 1800mah 3s 40c Zippy
9. ESC 35A HK
10.Pulls 362Watts @ 29-32Amps
11. Total weigh 850g including battery
12. Flight test to followYes it dose nose down on full power, the best way i found to launch is to run it on the grass and it takes off with ease.
The setup i have is 2 2600 mah in parallel a 2200 kv motor with 6x4 prop and a 30 amp plush esc.
Flight time can be up to 20 minutes.
With the right setup and longer wings it is a good FPV.Nice airframe, quality foam, decent package.
One major problem - very tail-heavy, unless you load it with above mentioned 3S 3000-4000 mAh battery. However, for such payload the construction isn't firm enough.
It could be great plane if it was possible to balance it with 650-700 gr AUW, but not 800 . So if you still make it flying - forget about training and rough landings.
Bough this a few weeks ago, arrived intack from china good strong boxes and a lot of bubble plastic, Assembly was easy and used a 1700kv outrunner, 7 x 5 prop CG 2.25" back from Leading edge. 2200 3s li-poly with 3/4 oz of lead weight in the nose. Flew beautifully . glides very well . For relaxed flying get this one, Look great in the air. The plastic canopy is weak and the stencils dont stick, but good value for money . Thanks HK.Just took mine out for a spin today. 2650 3s battery and a small lipo for weight to balance (FPV camera will replace this tomorrow).
I have a 1100kv (lost motor specs, its an old one), 9x6 prop, 40A plush ESC, 4x 9g HK servos.
Flies very well, climbs out with authority, glides nicely and will cruise at almost 1/4 throttle. At full power, mine will fly very fast horizontally without dipping the nose, but if climbing say at 45 degrees up at 1/2-3/4 power, once I power up to full, it does want to nose down. I could cure this with a simple mix, but will see once I'm flying with the full FPV kit.
Foam quality is great, hardware is also really good -far better than normal ARF's.
All in all, great design for FPV as plenty of room and well thought out cooling.
Just flown mine today. A note of caution about the thrust angle. The manual says, for larger motors, to bevel off additional 5mm off the top of the motor mount, to give it more up-thrust (motor shaft points upwards). I did that and the plane dived straight into ground on launching. Then I tried zero thrust angle, and finally the perfect thrust angle is 3-5mm down.
Also, you can't turn this plane by ailerons alone. I slaved the rudder to the ailerons. But if turning using the powerful rudder alone, it will skid and nose dive. Other than that, it flew very straight and stable.
I programmed the two ailerons servos with 15 degrees flap and it floated beautifully in for landing.Dunno what Kapton Dave did, but mine goes like a dream, pay attention to the thrust line, Centre of Gravity, be a little nose heavy if anything and you'll have a smooth flight, handles a fair breeze and choppy conditions well. Now to load in the FPV gear and take to the skies again. It will nose down a little when you throttle up, not unlike the AXN.i crashed mine today u know y? well this thing doesnt fly unless u put around 350g to 400g of weight in the front cuz the plane have a really heavy tail also when you put this amount of wait it will have a low performance, really disappointed this plane looked good in the sky :(