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F86 Sabre 35 milímetros EDF Micro Jet EPO (RTF - MODE 2)

F86 Sabre 35 milímetros EDF Micro Jet EPO (RTF - MODE 2)

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1305 g
SKU:
F86-35-RTFM2

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Esta pequena Sabre é incrível, EPO espuma combinados com o seu estatísticas pluma significa que será muito indulgente do desembarque estranho inferior a 100%. A ventoinha da unidade e ESC 35 milímetros são pré-instalados como são os aileron e elevador servo do, o modelo vem em uma peça para tudo que você tem que fazer quando se chega é conectar as hastes de controle. O transmissor de 2.4GHz 4 Channel fornecido é pré-ligado para o pré-equipada micro RX para acelerar o tempo configurado, o transmissor possui inversa servo e as guarnições para cada canal.

A caixa o modelo chega em é realmente útil para não transportar apenas o modelo para evitar cabide de erupção, mas os bolsos peças em espuma de embalagem são ideais para a realização de reposição Lipoly de e você vai se divertir muito com isso, eu iria levar alguns! O carregador fornecido irá operar a partir de uma fonte de 12v e encargos através do equilíbrio chumbo JST-XH. Tudo que você precisa agora é um amigo de vôo armado com as Micro Mig 15 para um duelo quadra de tênis!

especificações:
Envergadura: 386 milímetros
Comprimento: 380 milímetros
Voar Peso: 100g
EDF: 35mm com 9000kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
ESC: 6A w / BEC
Servo: 2 x 2g

Características:
Tanques de queda opcionais
Magnetic Canopy & Fan escotilha
Pré-instalado Horns Controle

inclui:
Livro de instruções
Barras de controlo
2.4ghz 4 canais proporcional TX
4 Channel RX
350mAh 7.4V 2s Lipoly
12v Lipoly Charger Balance

exige:
Pilha seca 4 x AA

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  • SKU:
    F86-35-RTFM2
  • Brand:
    N/D
  • Capacidade ( mAh)
    Não
  • Peso ( g )
    1305.00
  • Comprimento:
    525.00
  • Largura:
    150.00
  • Altura
    410.00
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Well I paid 4 my sabre f86 wk ago it says its been shipped so I write a proper 1 then .But lost email containing tracking no anyway I can get it back all data wipes every 24hrs
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plane stalls when doing turns ,chip connecting the motor and battery caught fire,
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I got one of these, fly it every weekend, and totally love it! Even though I expect the model would fly better without them I glued the tanks on and as predicted they make good "skids" for landing on and protect the aileron servo and pushrods - I've yet to damage either. With the tanks fitted I can on a still day perform "touch and goes" with this model if the grass is really short. The best surface being an astroturf cricket pitch.



To make this already good model awesome I did the following:



I use stiffer (slightly thicker & heavier) rods to the ailerons - this improved control enourmously as the rods as supplied were flexing under load I think making the contol responses quite variable.



I put some (silver) tape on the bottom of the tanks (and aileron servo protection "bump") to make them more resilient as skids - this added very little weight. I also put some (shortened?) sewing pins into the tank pylons through the top of the wings so that it wasn't just foam attaching the tanks and taking the landing loads. This also added very little weight but made the tanks attachment much stronger. The pin heads are hardly noticeable - not "berry" sewing pins with the coloured plastic ball on the end of them.



The greatest improvement to be made is to fit a 10A ESC and a Rhino 360mAh 3S battery - it really goes with this setup! The existing ESC might have been ok on 3S but I
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This is a good Item,
Has fairly level flight and fly's like a high wing air craft, It is stable in the air.
Fairly quick but does loose altitude in high bank turns. slightly under powered, will not loop gets to vertical and stalls.

Elevator servo seems weak and esc power wires can get caught in Elev arm. ESC winds EDF down slowly, and beeps (1 per second) continuously when no throttle applied, useful for locating when lost, annoying when working on.

The Aileron servo is the Achilles heal of this air craft. Its location of the under the wings leads to stripped gears on belly landings on thicker grass. I upgraded to a 8G servo to fix, it still fly's but the servo arm still broke on landing. It will fly with one aileron but stripped gears on next landing.

All in all a good plane but more protection is required for Aileron servo.
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