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JY CAP232 ARTF 95% 41.4inch

JY CAP232 ARTF 95% 41.4inch

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JY-CAP232
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CAP232 ARTF 95% construída


Spec.
Asa Span: 41.4in / 1050 milímetros
Área Wing: 335.7sq em dm / 21.6sq
Peso: 1.31lb / 600g
Fuselagem Comprimento: 38.5in / 980 milímetros
Motor necessário: 200W ou mais
Rádio necessário: 4Ch

motor adequado;
https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=2106
2200 ou 1700mAh 3S1P lipo é em torno do pacote de tamanho correto para este plano.

* Todos os nossos aviões são o dobro em caixa e vem com bastante plástico bolha para manter uma criança hiperativa ocupado por meses!

  • SKU JY-CAP232
  • Brand -
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 2600.0000
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I Purchased an Ex Photo item and was expecting a few shortfalls.

All the hardware bar the electric mount (if one is provided) was in the box. There was a few minor marks and the covering needed reworking on the wings. I found the instructions a bit "generic" but ok.



I used a 3S 2200 D9 pack with a KDA 20-22L and 9x6APCE prop, but I think a KDA36-12L would be better. I removed the forward servo tray to enable battery removal via the canopy and used the rear servo mounts for the tail. Test flight was a bit windy, but the undercarriage pulled out in the first 3 ft(glue looks like it simply let go), so had to hand launch.



On low rates it was smooth to fly but it was rolling left badly with more elevator throw.

While the wing held up on ditching, the fuse broke apart over the wing and many glue joints simply let go. It appears to be "Hot Glued" together. Will rebuild it and try again.



Plus's: nice lines and well packed for freight.



Minus's: Gluing of the fuse needs to be better and a lot of lead up front if you cant fit the battery all the way up front. Hard to swap batteries.

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I Purchased an Ex Photo item and was expecting a few shortfalls.

All the hardware bar the electric mount (if one is provided) was in the box. There was a few minor marks and the covering needed reworking on the wings. I found the instructions a bit "generic" but ok.



I used a 3S 2200 D9 pack with a KDA 20-22L and 9x6APCE prop, but I think a KDA36-12L would be better. I removed the forward servo tray to enable battery removal via the canopy and used the rear servo mounts for the tail. Test flight was a bit windy, but the undercarriage pulled out in the first 3 ft(glue looks like it simply let go), so had to hand launch.



On low rates it was smooth to fly but it was rolling left badly with more elevator throw.

While the wing held up on ditching, the fuse broke apart over the wing and many glue joints simply let go. It appears to be "Hot Glued" together. Will rebuild it and try again.



Plus's: nice lines and well packed for freight.



Minus's: Gluing of the fuse needs to be better and a lot of lead up front if you cant fit the battery all the way up front. Hard to swap batteries.

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