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Phoenix 2000 EPO composito R / C aliante (PNF)

Phoenix 2000 EPO composito R / C aliante (PNF)

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Questo aliante di apertura alare 2 metro impiega 15 minuti per assemblare e dura tutta la vita!
Le ali e la coda sono realizzati in schiuma dura EPO. Tuttavia, la fusoliera è fatto da un fortissimo colpo modellato pelle nylon con formatori di compensato, il che rende quasi indistruttibile, questo è solitamente riservato per i giocattoli per bambini *.
La fusoliera praticamente indistruttibile è liscia e rigida ma ancora abbastanza luce per la vela da eseguire.
Sia l'ala e coda sono avvitati e le due semiali avere una canna in fibra di carbonio per una maggiore resistenza.
L'ala principale comprende 1 servo per alettoni per forte movimento superficie di controllo più vi è uno slot di pre-stampati in modo da poter aggiungere il proprio lembi più tardi.
Tutti i servi 4 9g, regolatore di velocità e cassa rotante brushless sono inclusi. Basta aggiungere la tua ricevente e la batteria di essere di volo pronti!
Questo è veramente un super forte vela che impiega 15 minuti per mettere insieme ed è praticamente indistruttibile.

Specifiche:
Apertura alare: 2 metri (78.74inch)
Lunghezza: 1.160 millimetri
Peso di volo: 980 g
Motore: brushless 2815 / 1050Kv
ESC incluso: 30A

Richiesto.
3S 11.1V 1500 ~ 1800mAh batteria LiPoly
Trasmettitore e ricevitore 4-5 Canale

* Avere una fusoliera modellato colpo su un aliante è un'ottima soluzione tuttavia non è popolare tra i produttori a causa del suo costo elevato, raddoppiando di fatto i costi di stampaggio.

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  • SKU:
    Phoenix2-EPO
  • Brand:
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  • Peso (g)
    3289.00
  • Lunghezza
    1250.00
  • Larghezza:
    120.00
  • Altezza:
    240.00
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non lo ho ancora testato, ma in muso è un po troppo pesante
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non lo ho ancora testato, ma in muso è un po troppo pesante
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This was my very first rc plane, 3 years ago. With this plane I learned flying! I love it! I flew it at least once every week for 1 year. Very reliable. It's good for basic aerobatics, thanks to the carbon rods in the ailerons and elevator, the aluminium rod along the almost entire wingspan and the plywood bar in the wing ending. Foam is tough and the surface of wings is very smooth, well done, like that of most expensive brands. I suggest to buy servos for flaps when you buy the plane, so you can set wing profile to increase efficency in thermal and low speed. Fuselage is great, rigid enough for not flexing during flight, but elastic enough for resist hard landings and rude handling. Internal plywood chassis adds strenght in the nose and under the wing. The surface of the fuselage is smooth and very pretty, looks like a fiberglass one, and does not consume with landings, on the contrary of those foam made.
Motor is powerful enough for climbing, but if you want vertical climbing you may choose the ARF version and install a powerful motor, but if you don't pretend high climb ratios pnf version is good. I fly with 3s 1800 mAh. Servos are ok. no jitter, good center. Wing joint is strong, with a carbon rod and a plywood stick with four screws, is fast enough to assemble. Also the tail is assembled with screws, so no glue is required, but assembling it is not quick, so i suggest to keep it assembled if you have the possibility.
So, mine is a long period review, and I can say that this plane is well done, good quality, in 3 years I never had any problem, never changed anything, all servos still work good.
It's easy to fly, but also funny. Not very good as first plane, but perfect as second one. A plane that must be in the car every time you go flying. Small price, great satisfaction.
I have many planes of any size and type (gliders, edf, sport, trainers, foams, balsa, big scale, micro, electric and glow) but this is still my favourite! Hope you'll love your like I love mine.
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This was my very first rc plane, 3 years ago. With this plane I learned flying! I love it! I flew it at least once every week for 1 year. Very reliable. It's good for basic aerobatics, thanks to the carbon rods in the ailerons and elevator, the aluminium rod along the almost entire wingspan and the plywood bar in the wing ending. Foam is tough and the surface of wings is very smooth, well done, like that of most expensive brands. I suggest to buy servos for flaps when you buy the plane, so you can set wing profile to increase efficency in thermal and low speed. Fuselage is great, rigid enough for not flexing during flight, but elastic enough for resist hard landings and rude handling. Internal plywood chassis adds strenght in the nose and under the wing. The surface of the fuselage is smooth and very pretty, looks like a fiberglass one, and does not consume with landings, on the contrary of those foam made.
Motor is powerful enough for climbing, but if you want vertical climbing you may choose the ARF version and install a powerful motor, but if you don't pretend high climb ratios pnf version is good. I fly with 3s 1800 mAh. Servos are ok. no jitter, good center. Wing joint is strong, with a carbon rod and a plywood stick with four screws, is fast enough to assemble. Also the tail is assembled with screws, so no glue is required, but assembling it is not quick, so i suggest to keep it assembled if you have the possibility.
So, mine is a long period review, and I can say that this plane is well done, good quality, in 3 years I never had any problem, never changed anything, all servos still work good.
It's easy to fly, but also funny. Not very good as first plane, but perfect as second one. A plane that must be in the car every time you go flying. Small price, great satisfaction.
I have many planes of any size and type (gliders, edf, sport, trainers, foams, balsa, big scale, micro, electric and glow) but this is still my favourite! Hope you'll love your like I love mine.
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Ce planeur vol à merveille j'ai rajouté des servo hk 15178 pour les ailerons .super achat
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it has not come in yet but looks like an amazing glider
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got back to flying after a loooong time in a zip.
flyes nicely does not suffer hard landings thanx to its VERY low weight
and smart flexible construction.
Thermaling requires some adjustments on wing decalage and CG (very conservative) I used a 3s 2200ma pack pushed all the way back on the tray
and needed some 15 gms lead (scotch taped to the fuse in front of the rudder)
Wing decalage was zero with respect to elevator so the glider is flying tail down and some up elevator. I will give 2° climb decalage to the wing and will try it then.
Consider covering the wings with oracover lite or similar to preserve in time.
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Cool plane that is really fun to fly. It can definitely take a beating.
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Great plane, my first glider. Flies great and has a lot of support for the wings so they hardly bend unless you pull extreme maneuvers. I use anything from 1.3ah to 2.2ah 3s lipos and it flies good with all of them. Learning to program flap options like crow is also fun to have. Only reasons it isn't 5 star is that it was a bit of a hassle to get it put together since some things were not manufactured perfectly (well it is from china), and the esc is getting a bit hot when coming down. I'd recommend getting a better quality, even higher amp rated esc. Going to install fpv eventually! Oh and my esc braking was disabled by default, might want to enable it.
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