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Phoenix 1600 EPO Composite R / C Glider (PNF)

Phoenix 1600 EPO Composite R / C Glider (PNF)

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Dit 1600mm spanwijdte glider duurt 15 minuten in elkaar te zetten en duurt een leven lang! De vleugels en staart zijn gemaakt van taai EPO schuim. Echter, de romp gemaakt van een heel sterk blazen gevormde nylon huid multiplex vormers, waardoor het bijna onverwoestbaar. Meestal gereserveerd voor baby speelgoed *. De vrijwel onverwoestbaar romp is glad en ridgid toch licht genoeg voor de glider om te presteren. Zowel de hoofdvleugel en de staart zijn geschroefd op zijn plaats en de twee helften vleugel hebben een carbon fiber staaf voor extra stevigheid. De hoofdvleugel is inclusief 1 servo per aileron voor sterke controle oppervlak beweging plus er is een voorgevormde slot zodat u uw eigen flaps later kunt toevoegen. Alle 4 9g servo's, regelaar en borstelloze outrunner zijn inbegrepen. Voeg enkel uw eigen ontvanger en de batterij op de vlucht klaar! Dit is echt een super sterke zweefvliegtuig dat 15 minuten duurt in elkaar te zetten.

* Met een klap gegoten romp op een zweefvliegtuig is een uitstekende oplossing maar het is niet populair onder de fabrikanten vanwege de hoge kosten, daadwerkelijk een verdubbeling molding kosten.

specs:
Spanwijdte: 1600mm (63 inch)
Lengte: 1045mm (41 inch)
Flying Gewicht: 950g
Batterij nodig: 1300 ~ 1800mAh 3S
Motor: Brushless 2815 / 1050Kv (inbegrepen)
ESC: 30A (inbegrepen)

Vereiste:
LiPoly 1300 ~ 1800mAh 3S
Ontvanger
Tx / Rx

  • Sku 043000005-0
  • Brand Other
  • Gewicht 3070.0000
  • Lengte 1150.00
  • Packaging Width 140.00
  • Hoogte 260.00
  • IC / 2 : Elec Elec
  • Motorsize ( diam - of - cc ) -
  • Spanwijdte ( mm ) 1600.00
  • Length(mm) -
  • SaleWeight ( g) -
  • Capaciteit ( mAh ) -
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Hi. I just bought the plane, but it came with a A2212/10t 1400kv as a motor and not the one specified on the website,Engine: Brushless 2815 / 1050Kv (Included) . I added a 2s lipo as they say and literally burn it out, left it without power in les than a minute at half the throttle. I tried a 3S and I must say that it fly very good and very steady. I bought also an extra motor because of the reviews with the high temperature engine. Looks like that issue is fixed by changing the motor already. Hope it's OK now, but i would like that HK will keep their products up to date. Buy it, very easy to fly and very steady from the maiden flight. ;)

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Hi. I just bought the plane, but it came with a A2212/10t 1400kv as a motor and not the one specified on the website,Engine: Brushless 2815 / 1050Kv (Included) . I added a 2s lipo as they say and literally burn it out, left it without power in les than a minute at half the throttle. I tried a 3S and I must say that it fly very good and very steady. I bought also an extra motor because of the reviews with the high temperature engine. Looks like that issue is fixed by changing the motor already. Hope it's OK now, but i would like that HK will keep their products up to date. Buy it, very easy to fly and very steady from the maiden flight. ;)

Ein wirklich toller Flieger, abgesehen vom wirklich sehr günstigen Preis stimmt fast alles. Ich empfehle, den eingebauten Motor sammt Firewal gegen einen etwas robusteren auszuwechseln und dann mit 3S zu fliegen (z.B. Turnigy2836 brushless Outrunner 1200kv). Beachten: der Mitgelieferte Spinner ist für eine 3mm Welle. Ebenfalls sollten die Gabelköpfe gegen höherwertige ausgetauscht werden, da bei hohen Geschwindigkeiten doch relativ grosse Kräfte wirken. Auf die Landeklappen kann verzichtet werden da der Flieger auch bei sehr langsamem Flug unkritisch ist und keine Tendenz zum Strömungsabriss hatt. Rumpf und Flügel überstehen auch sehr harte Landungen, aus diesem Grund sehr gut auch für Anfänger geeignet. Mit 3s ist die Phönix aber sehr Flott unterwegs und macht auch fortgeschrittenen eine Menge Spass. Bei 3s 2'200 mAh-Lipo sollte der Balast unter dem Lipo-Halter entfernt werden.

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Ein wirklich toller Flieger, abgesehen vom wirklich sehr günstigen Preis stimmt fast alles. Ich empfehle, den eingebauten Motor sammt Firewal gegen einen etwas robusteren auszuwechseln und dann mit 3S zu fliegen (z.B. Turnigy2836 brushless Outrunner 1200kv). Beachten: der Mitgelieferte Spinner ist für eine 3mm Welle. Ebenfalls sollten die Gabelköpfe gegen höherwertige ausgetauscht werden, da bei hohen Geschwindigkeiten doch relativ grosse Kräfte wirken. Auf die Landeklappen kann verzichtet werden da der Flieger auch bei sehr langsamem Flug unkritisch ist und keine Tendenz zum Strömungsabriss hatt. Rumpf und Flügel überstehen auch sehr harte Landungen, aus diesem Grund sehr gut auch für Anfänger geeignet. Mit 3s ist die Phönix aber sehr Flott unterwegs und macht auch fortgeschrittenen eine Menge Spass. Bei 3s 2'200 mAh-Lipo sollte der Balast unter dem Lipo-Halter entfernt werden.

Aside from some QC issues (2 servos dead) & the motor getting really hot - this is a great plane to fly. Dare I say this is a contender to some of those expensive "Warm liners" out there - sure this is cheaper construction,parts, etc; but the flight experience is damn good. Very stable in the air & easy to handle, yet responsive. Use a radio with a decent range as this is a big plane that can go a long way !
I used an 1800mah zippy compact 3S & needed to add around 25-30gr at the front to balance it out - so would probably suit a 2500mah 3S better. CG Marks under the wings are spot on.

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Aside from some QC issues (2 servos dead) & the motor getting really hot - this is a great plane to fly. Dare I say this is a contender to some of those expensive "Warm liners" out there - sure this is cheaper construction,parts, etc; but the flight experience is damn good. Very stable in the air & easy to handle, yet responsive. Use a radio with a decent range as this is a big plane that can go a long way !
I used an 1800mah zippy compact 3S & needed to add around 25-30gr at the front to balance it out - so would probably suit a 2500mah 3S better. CG Marks under the wings are spot on.

First I was not really happy because of the lots of screws...
But now - one day after it's maiden flight - I'm really happy with this plane.
Flying well and also faster than I thought. The stock motor was changed into a bigger one (like Phoenix 2000) for flying with a 3S Lipo.

Here's the link to the video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRuwrd_aWNU

Cheers - Tom

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First I was not really happy because of the lots of screws...
But now - one day after it's maiden flight - I'm really happy with this plane.
Flying well and also faster than I thought. The stock motor was changed into a bigger one (like Phoenix 2000) for flying with a 3S Lipo.

Here's the link to the video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRuwrd_aWNU

Cheers - Tom

This really is a great glider. I am most impressed with it. As supplied its a bit of a dog, but as mentioned by others, activate the ESC brake, order an NTM 28 motor and install it while you are building the glider, dont bother with the original motor. I strap a camera to mine just on top of the wings and its great for aerial video. Climbs dives & turns at speed really well, does loops, will fly inverted, and will do (slow) rolls. I use 3S 1300mAh to 3S 3300mAh batteries and get 20 mins out of 2300mAh. Highly recommended!

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This really is a great glider. I am most impressed with it. As supplied its a bit of a dog, but as mentioned by others, activate the ESC brake, order an NTM 28 motor and install it while you are building the glider, dont bother with the original motor. I strap a camera to mine just on top of the wings and its great for aerial video. Climbs dives & turns at speed really well, does loops, will fly inverted, and will do (slow) rolls. I use 3S 1300mAh to 3S 3300mAh batteries and get 20 mins out of 2300mAh. Highly recommended!

ottimo prodotto forse il miglior (pfn) che abbia mai comprato.complimenti un articolo ad un prezzo ottimo!

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ottimo prodotto forse il miglior (pfn) che abbia mai comprato.complimenti un articolo ad un prezzo ottimo!

bellissimo e facilissimo da guidare. il motore originale fa un po' schifo e scalda molto, ma sono comunque molto soddisfatto

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bellissimo e facilissimo da guidare. il motore originale fa un po' schifo e scalda molto, ma sono comunque molto soddisfatto

Be careful, the motor in this kit is not the one which should fit this plane...it's way too small.
Mine heated and started to melt all the plastic around.
That's why the shaft is not fitting the prop properly too.

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Be careful, the motor in this kit is not the one which should fit this plane...it's way too small.
Mine heated and started to melt all the plastic around.
That's why the shaft is not fitting the prop properly too.

Review from Kevin - part 2:
As far as speed, as long as the wing is screwed on tight and everything tied down, you can scream this thing around like a "poor man's" hot-liner (more like a "medium-liner). Again though...you should be careful with full throttle for too long a period of time (based on other posts I've read). We don't do a ton of acrobatics on ships like this simply because we are usually shooting video footage and/or doing FPV, so we don't really need huge rolls or other crazy stuff. That said, it rolls quite well for its wing span and loops are simple and nice and all that.

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Review from Kevin - part 2:
As far as speed, as long as the wing is screwed on tight and everything tied down, you can scream this thing around like a "poor man's" hot-liner (more like a "medium-liner). Again though...you should be careful with full throttle for too long a period of time (based on other posts I've read). We don't do a ton of acrobatics on ships like this simply because we are usually shooting video footage and/or doing FPV, so we don't really need huge rolls or other crazy stuff. That said, it rolls quite well for its wing span and loops are simple and nice and all that.

Received this from the West warehouse (Go West!!!...we're just over the Cascade mountains from the warehouse!).



Actually, me and my flying buddy each got one. Boxes were in mint condition as were the parts inside.



Kind of a pain installing all the control surface horns (I'm spoiled!), but I do recommend you use all 4 screws for each control horn and don't over tighten.

The pushrods for the ailerons and flaps seem sturdy enough so we used them.

Ditto on the pre-installed pushrods for elevator/rudder. In fact, the pushrods for elevator/rudder seem very well made and installed very sturdily (to me anyway).



Wing went together well, but we chose to further reinforce the wing center join with three strips of fiber tape (BEFORE putting on the plastic saddle thingey that comes with the kit). The saddle thing then goes onto our taped middle wing and then the wing goes on the fuse.



We chose to use servo "join" plugs to make the ailerons be considered "one" servo as well as the flaps to be considered "one" servo. This allowed us to easily extend the wiring from under the wing forward up to where the receiver sits (basically on top of the battery which is itself in the battery tray). One problem with this approach is that the wiring from the ailerons and flaps come into the fuselage right where the elevator/rudder servos are and this makes me nervous in terms of binding and all that. The good news is that the servo tray that the elevator/rudder sit in have two more holes dr

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Received this from the West warehouse (Go West!!!...we're just over the Cascade mountains from the warehouse!).



Actually, me and my flying buddy each got one. Boxes were in mint condition as were the parts inside.



Kind of a pain installing all the control surface horns (I'm spoiled!), but I do recommend you use all 4 screws for each control horn and don't over tighten.

The pushrods for the ailerons and flaps seem sturdy enough so we used them.

Ditto on the pre-installed pushrods for elevator/rudder. In fact, the pushrods for elevator/rudder seem very well made and installed very sturdily (to me anyway).



Wing went together well, but we chose to further reinforce the wing center join with three strips of fiber tape (BEFORE putting on the plastic saddle thingey that comes with the kit). The saddle thing then goes onto our taped middle wing and then the wing goes on the fuse.



We chose to use servo "join" plugs to make the ailerons be considered "one" servo as well as the flaps to be considered "one" servo. This allowed us to easily extend the wiring from under the wing forward up to where the receiver sits (basically on top of the battery which is itself in the battery tray). One problem with this approach is that the wiring from the ailerons and flaps come into the fuselage right where the elevator/rudder servos are and this makes me nervous in terms of binding and all that. The good news is that the servo tray that the elevator/rudder sit in have two more holes dr

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