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Sbach 342 1400ミリメートルバルサ(ARF)

Sbach 342 1400ミリメートルバルサ(ARF)

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Sbach 342は、フィリップSteinbachsの、名作が航空愛好家世界中の想像力をキャッチしたモダンな外観、と積極的にまだ優美なラインを組み合わせるために管理し、曲技飛行シーンにその到着以来感覚の短い何もなかったです。パフォーマンスはもちろんですが、どのようなカッティングエッジ曲技飛行の航空機についてであり、Sbach 342は、具体的にモデルの3D航空機の能力を模倣するように設計されたことは皮肉です。

Hobbyking Sbach 342は見物人、それ以上あなたがこのモデルの "すごい"の要因は本当に家を打つ詳細でより多くのを見てについての疑いです。制御面のサイズは、次に/プル、プッシュロッドはボールリンクにすべてのラウンドを使用してハードウェアを見て舵が最初の印象を確認引っ張る、これは3D /精密曲芸飛行のために構築され、すぐにあなたの注意をつかみます。驚くほどの、超高品質の建設は、軽量と組み合わせstengthを与え、別の本質的な精度の曲芸飛行ボックスがチェックさ!

このモデルは、見事に考え抜かと設計されていますが、特筆すべきその他の機能は、マウントコンポジット/プライモーター、CFのtailwheelブラケット、含まれている大規模なハードウェアキット、ゴム取り付けられたカウル、炭素繊維の翼チューブ、確保キャノピーですように、ラッチと磁石とすることにより、Hobbyking Sbach 342は、スケールの詳細、高品質の技量、高品質のコンポーネントとアウトと性能うちの見事な組み合わせがあります。

仕様:
翼幅:1400ミリメートル(55 ")
長さ:1357ミリメートル(53.4 ")
翼面積:38.14 DM2
フライング重量:1500グラム〜1700グラム
4チャンネル

含まれています:
すべてのハードウェア
全フォト&CD Romの手順
デカールシート

必要なもの:
6チャンネルTX / RXに独自の4チャンネル
50〜55ミリメートル400kv〜600kvブラシレスアウトランナー
70A ESC
4×高トルクデジタルサーボ
3300mAh〜4000mAh 5秒または6S

  • 単位 Sbach-55in_EP
  • Brand -
  • 容量(mAh ) -
  • 重量 4105.0000
  • 長さ 1090.00
  • Width 230.00
  • 高さ 380.00
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Avion absolument superbe !!

Structure parfaite, trs belle finition.

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Avion absolument superbe !!

Structure parfaite, trs belle finition.

Arrived in about week in good condition from US warehouse. Assembled in about 12 hours over several days. Beautiful plane, sharp lines and color scheme! High quality hardware. Installed Gen Ace 4841-550KV with 60 amp esc 13-8 prop and 4400 mah 6S. Flew great; sharp knife edges, loops, snap rolls and acceptable climb rate. Hovering was a problem, probably because a little nose heavy. 4400 mah 6S lasted over 10 minutes. Plan to try bigger prop 14-8 and smaller battery 3300 mah.

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Arrived in about week in good condition from US warehouse. Assembled in about 12 hours over several days. Beautiful plane, sharp lines and color scheme! High quality hardware. Installed Gen Ace 4841-550KV with 60 amp esc 13-8 prop and 4400 mah 6S. Flew great; sharp knife edges, loops, snap rolls and acceptable climb rate. Hovering was a problem, probably because a little nose heavy. 4400 mah 6S lasted over 10 minutes. Plan to try bigger prop 14-8 and smaller battery 3300 mah.

Received this nice looking plane last week. USPS damaged the box during shipping breaking one of the wings. HK offered me 10 dollars for the inconvenience. Now they are investigating the issue since I refused the 10 dollar reimbursement.. REALLY?!?

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Received this nice looking plane last week. USPS damaged the box during shipping breaking one of the wings. HK offered me 10 dollars for the inconvenience. Now they are investigating the issue since I refused the 10 dollar reimbursement.. REALLY?!?

Mine weighs 2.5 kg with a 4ah 4cell 40c Turnigy pack and Turnigy 5055C motor. My nephews weighs closer to 2.7 kg with a A-Spec Nano-Tech 4.0 ah 5 cell. We both added longerons to the lower fuselage to reinforce the landing gear plate. Mine are aluminum tube, his are carbon fiber rods. The SBach 342 flys straight, and aerobatics are easy. Speaking from 3D, I'm not the best pilot 3D and I can only say a bit. The knife edge holds well and is throttle/altitude based, such that sideways loops are possible, and low-speed high alpha rolls are nice and soft, predicable and a good pilot can make her do all the possible maneuvers. Inverted flight is effortless. Nearly 0 coupling and with the right CG a zero-zero setup is very comfortable. my CG is right on the edge of the LE sheeting. The balance point could well be on the spar, to maybe 1 or 2 cm aft.

The power system in mine is 850 watts. Nephew...1700 watts. He have the revised 5055 from Turnigy the L5055 580kv and a very good 5 cell. Power from Neph's is 12 pounds thrust, on his 6 pound plane. Mine climbs verticle no problem on 850 watts...haven't flown the second SBach yet. A digital servo stalled and burned out before he can maiden, and we're waiting on a backorder to replace it.



I'm currently using GWS HPX park servos, and soon to upgrade them to HK752MG on Rudder, the rest, DS-319MG. My all up weight will increase about 100 g

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Mine weighs 2.5 kg with a 4ah 4cell 40c Turnigy pack and Turnigy 5055C motor. My nephews weighs closer to 2.7 kg with a A-Spec Nano-Tech 4.0 ah 5 cell. We both added longerons to the lower fuselage to reinforce the landing gear plate. Mine are aluminum tube, his are carbon fiber rods. The SBach 342 flys straight, and aerobatics are easy. Speaking from 3D, I'm not the best pilot 3D and I can only say a bit. The knife edge holds well and is throttle/altitude based, such that sideways loops are possible, and low-speed high alpha rolls are nice and soft, predicable and a good pilot can make her do all the possible maneuvers. Inverted flight is effortless. Nearly 0 coupling and with the right CG a zero-zero setup is very comfortable. my CG is right on the edge of the LE sheeting. The balance point could well be on the spar, to maybe 1 or 2 cm aft.

The power system in mine is 850 watts. Nephew...1700 watts. He have the revised 5055 from Turnigy the L5055 580kv and a very good 5 cell. Power from Neph's is 12 pounds thrust, on his 6 pound plane. Mine climbs verticle no problem on 850 watts...haven't flown the second SBach yet. A digital servo stalled and burned out before he can maiden, and we're waiting on a backorder to replace it.



I'm currently using GWS HPX park servos, and soon to upgrade them to HK752MG on Rudder, the rest, DS-319MG. My all up weight will increase about 100 g

I received my box in 15 day, very fast shipping.

I tested the model saturday, amazing flight characteristics, the configuration is the one suggested by HK, motor turnigy G60, esc Turnigy 70A, battery 6S 4000Mah, propeller APC 16x8, servos Turnigy 620DMG .



I'm absolutely satisfied, thanks HobbyKing !!!

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I received my box in 15 day, very fast shipping.

I tested the model saturday, amazing flight characteristics, the configuration is the one suggested by HK, motor turnigy G60, esc Turnigy 70A, battery 6S 4000Mah, propeller APC 16x8, servos Turnigy 620DMG .



I'm absolutely satisfied, thanks HobbyKing !!!

Doing the build, got the plane Saturday the 10th of November 2012. So far by today Sunday, everything is ready, but for the servos and linkages. I have an order with backordered items waiting for shipment, with the servos and battery, as well as CF control horns and servo arms.



I'm uploading pics. Details are shown in the pictures of my light, but strong, reinforcing of the landing gear mount. I routed the firewall and formers to accept a 12mm aluminum tube on each side of the L/G mount. The tube is clamped onto the L/G mount plate, and filling in with epoxy. I added a 5mm balsa former to the fuselage at the aftmost reach of the aluminum tubing. Plane goes together easy.

On the cons side, the packaging did not fully protect the shipment, and I got a couple of bangs in the side that snapped bulkheads in a few places, minor stuff, I glued them. Strips of 1mm x 3mm carbon fibre were added to shore up the breaks.



Servo openings are 18.0mm wide and 32.5mm long, if you're asking what servos to use.



The HK752MG is my rudder servo, and ailerons and elevators each have one DS238MG. A bit heavy but the output torque from these servos will hold the airloads better than 12 gram servos. The additional weight for my servos is in the 1 to 2 ounces or 50 grams or less range.



The long motor mount, from firewall to motor mounting plate, is reinforced with CF 1mm x 3mm strips.

The

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Doing the build, got the plane Saturday the 10th of November 2012. So far by today Sunday, everything is ready, but for the servos and linkages. I have an order with backordered items waiting for shipment, with the servos and battery, as well as CF control horns and servo arms.



I'm uploading pics. Details are shown in the pictures of my light, but strong, reinforcing of the landing gear mount. I routed the firewall and formers to accept a 12mm aluminum tube on each side of the L/G mount. The tube is clamped onto the L/G mount plate, and filling in with epoxy. I added a 5mm balsa former to the fuselage at the aftmost reach of the aluminum tubing. Plane goes together easy.

On the cons side, the packaging did not fully protect the shipment, and I got a couple of bangs in the side that snapped bulkheads in a few places, minor stuff, I glued them. Strips of 1mm x 3mm carbon fibre were added to shore up the breaks.



Servo openings are 18.0mm wide and 32.5mm long, if you're asking what servos to use.



The HK752MG is my rudder servo, and ailerons and elevators each have one DS238MG. A bit heavy but the output torque from these servos will hold the airloads better than 12 gram servos. The additional weight for my servos is in the 1 to 2 ounces or 50 grams or less range.



The long motor mount, from firewall to motor mounting plate, is reinforced with CF 1mm x 3mm strips.

The

I don't know who has suggested the Turnigy 620DMG HS but thrust me, this is absolutely the WRONG servo's for this airplane !

They are too much thick ! they don't fit nor the ailerons nor the elevator holes !!

I have ordered 5 of this servo's and they are useless with this airplane.

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I don't know who has suggested the Turnigy 620DMG HS but thrust me, this is absolutely the WRONG servo's for this airplane !

They are too much thick ! they don't fit nor the ailerons nor the elevator holes !!

I have ordered 5 of this servo's and they are useless with this airplane.

A garbage, elevator weak, sheeting full of bubbles, pieces that do not fit, accommodation of servos too large, all wrong! ... waste of money!

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A garbage, elevator weak, sheeting full of bubbles, pieces that do not fit, accommodation of servos too large, all wrong! ... waste of money!

I just bought this plane 3 weeks ago and just arrived. This plane have a nice model. I recommed to buy this plane.

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I just bought this plane 3 weeks ago and just arrived. This plane have a nice model. I recommed to buy this plane.

went together in record time and flies really nice.

no bad habits and just floats when trying to stall it.

Im using a 6s setup si it is a bit heavy but plenty of power to handle the extra grams.



Great plane over all

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went together in record time and flies really nice.

no bad habits and just floats when trying to stall it.

Im using a 6s setup si it is a bit heavy but plenty of power to handle the extra grams.



Great plane over all

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