Uma tomada moderna em um clássico amado ... a vara lenta todos os novos Hobbyking está aqui!
Alguma vez você já possuía um daqueles modelos que implora para ser levado a cada vez que você sair para o campo? É esse modelo que você nunca se cansa de voar porque ele simplesmente voa tão bem e oferece diversão sem fim. Se você ainda não tiver, você está na sorte porque a vara lenta é apenas esse modelo! De curta-ritmo voo lento para acrobacias como loops, rolos, voltas tenda e vôo invertido, a vara lento pode lidar com tudo isso e olha grande ao fazê-lo.
O design moderno de este modelo incorpora o uso de EPO construção de espuma e fibra de carbono ultra durável, mantendo-o leve, mas tornando-se muito forte. Ele foi equipado com um motor brushless altamente eficiente, que é livre de manutenção e oferece horários de voos longos (mais de 10 minutos com uma bateria de 1300mAh lipoly 2S). A vara lenta também mantém as coisas simples e puras com a asa que está sendo presa por elásticos, assim como o original. Este é um projeto simples e comprovado que funciona bem e é muito indulgente se você tiver quaisquer aterragens "áspero".
Esta versão da vara lenta vem em "quase pronto para voar" forma significado que você simplesmente precisa adicionar o seu próprio sistema de rádio, bateria, servos e ESC. O motor vem pré-instalado para a direita fora da caixa.
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• espuma e fibra de carbono construção Ultra durável EPO
• Motor de alta eficiência brushless pré-instalado
• vezes vôo longo (mais de 10 minutos com uma bateria de 1300mAh lipoly 2S)
• grandes, rodas leves proporcionando excelente assistência em terra
• Controle total de 4 canais (acelerador / Aileron / Elevador / Leme)
Envergadura: 1160 milímetros
Fuselagem Comprimento: 970 milímetros
Voar Peso: 650 ~ 720g
transmissor e receptor 4CH
bateria 1300mAh 2S lipoly
20A ESC brushless
9g servo x 4
Características do Produto
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Not complete. I know this is a decent plane, my friend has one but you may want to find some extra parts to order if you buy the incomplete kit. My kit did not come with the with the M2 screws for the horns on the ailerons, and also did not include 2 push rod adjusters for the elevator and rudder, they are different sizes as well. I purchased the cheap S0361 3.6g / .45kg / .12sec Micro Servo's as suggested in this page and they are a bit smaller than the ones included in the complete kit, they also do not have a control arm suitable for the push rod adjuster. the servo arms are too small without drilling them out, and not really wide enough to modify safely.This is a great new version of the GWS Slow Stick, flys great with the supplied motor, you can use 3s batteries on it, I use the Turnigy 3s 1300mah and it does great with the stock 10x 4.5 propeller. the only complaint I have is the wing mounts and rear control rod mount and one servo mount are already glued in place. This makes it alot more difficult to get the CG where you want it. The original GWS version you could slide the wing up or back to get it easily. HobbyKing please stop glueing these in place. Thank You.acquistato come ricambi troppo cari i prezzi singoliThis plane fly beautifully. But it can't handle wind well (due to it's light weight). I had added a flight stabilizer to it so it can handle wind a little better. Overall I am very impress with this plane.This is a great flying airplane. It is quite a bit faster than my old GWS Slow Stick and the airplane is much more durable. There are two things you should know: first, the control throws listed in the manual are for advanced flight, way to much control for a beginner or normal sport flying. I use about 1/2 the specified throws. Second, this airplane can move fairly quickly and cover a lot of ground. For the first flights, I recommend a larger park or a sanctioned RC field. Four crowns for quality is only because it is mass produced, despite it's toyish looks, it is a great flying R/C airplane and a lot of fun.Incredible flier! Running it on a 3s lipo with a slightly smaller prop, and it seems to handle it just fine.
The plane does loops easily, but make sure to reinforce the wings. Mine snapped off after 3 loops in a row, leading to a terrible crash. Some glue and a new motor mount fixed it though, and now it's as good as new.
I'd highly recommend this plane to all levels of fliers.arrived this morning and test flown this evening.Very nice I must say and the only thing missing were the aileron bits,but flys very nice on rudder and elevator when I tried flying it that way. I found no other problems at all.Very nice for those calm lazy nights!The build quality is good. All parts fit together well. Assembling is quite easy.
Albeit, many parts were missing in the box we received: Control Horns and pushrods for ailerons, several screws, pushrod stoppers, pushrod connectors.
So we cannot assemble the slow stick completely and thus cannot fly it.The white plastic mounting parts are very brittle. The front wing mount broke whilst only inserting the under carriage wire!!! Strapping up with 4 cable ties was no help as plastic part completely broke on first (good) landing.
A pity that a really good job of major redesign of wing and tail parts is totally marred by inattention to re-design/QC/bad material specification of the plastic mounting components.
Not sure what HK propose to solve this problem But the while plastic parts need design review AND better material specification.Finally put this together after having to order more parts then they list.
As mentioned in the previous review you will need linkage stoppers, y cable and aileron tabs and rods and linkage stoppers.
I set mine up with the stock motor, turnigy plush 25A esc and a zippy flightmax 1300mAh 2S 20C battery.
I'm using an airtronics SD10G TX and the RX500 RX.
I set it up as the manual states, my cg is spot on at 95mm from the front wing mount with the 1300mAh.
Constructing it was a pain as they had already glued the wing mounts and motor mount on. This is ok except the CA bled down into the slots where the landing gear and tail wheel go. This meant I had to spend ages with a small hobby file making enough space for both to fit.
Not that it matters as the mounts did crack after landing in freshly cut grass...not sure how that happens.
The motor mount is flimsy as and I snapped mine off getting the landing gear in. A bit of CA and its now okay, I'd recommend getting a few as the plane on landing if you are not watching in tends to nose dive.
The wing was easy enough to put together as was the rudder and elevators.
The maiden went smoothly until I got a bit excited from pulling back to back loops and upon doing an emergency landing had the landing gear fold up on me. It was a clean landing and should not have happened but I put that down to all the filing I had to do to get rid of the