182 18A Brushless versão de luxe
Este kit vai levá-lo em torno de 10-15 minutos para ser concluído. Ele vem com um controlador de velocidade 25A brushless, motor outrunner e 4 servos x 9g pré-instalados.
O 182 é feito de espuma densa e extremamente suave. Ao contrário de típicas tipo foamies GWS, este kits de espuma é suave o suficiente para aparecer gloss-like.
Com a adição de abas de trabalho (Deluxe Version) a 182 faz um modelo de introdução perfeita a formação sobre a superfície de controle extra. O servo do leme também já está pré-ligada à roda de nariz, fazendo tributar divertido!
Este é um avião de alta qualidade com excelentes características de vôo. Você não vai se decepcionar!
Comprimento: 780 milímetros / 30.7in
Envergadura: 980 milímetros / 38.6in
Prop: 8x6 (Spare incluído)
Peso: 600 g w / bateria
Motor: Motor sem escova de Bell, semelhante ao TowerPro 2908-21 (1530kv)
ESC: 25A brushless
Bateria: 11.1v 1300mAh 3S1P (não incluído)
Compartimento da bateria: 110 x 34 x 32mm (MAX)
Servos: 9g x 4 (servos de qualidade, com controle preciso.)
Rádio 5ch (Tx / Rx)
11.1v 1300mAh 3S1P Lipo
Características do Produto
Peso ( g )
Airframe is good and reasonably tough, badly put together however, flaps out of line with the wing, ailerons similarly misaligned.
Worst part: ESC failed on the first flight, cutting the throttle after 2 minutes on a 3s 2200. Looked inside and the ESC had burned the foam causing it to pop out.
CHEAP, you get what you pay for. Expect to put some time into this model to make it airworthy, and don't rely on the stock electronics.This is a very poor made and checked product! even the quality control is a failure.
this is not ready to run as you will need to make alterations just to get the tail on and glue a few things like the rudder / tail.
the idea is good but i ddid not get a good model the esc just beeped and then nothing and all the fittings ? well lets say no customer srvice would stand for this quality botch!
Great airplane the main wing controls have plastic hinges and where wing bolts on main fus it's is plastic plate for a good strong mount the horizontal and vertical tail are made from epo and everything else is made from epoNice plane on the picture and my guess is that, if, you get one put together by someone at the factory who actually cares about their work and the finished model goes to a quality controller who can see,,,then you're in for a treat..unfortunately! The control surfaces on the wings don't actually line up, the flaps are hinged out of line with the main wing, it looks as of they come from a different plane. The elevator slot in the main body needs a little re-modelling. That said, for the price you are getting a fair plane and with a little bit of work, you can get this plane looking reasonable and I'll find out tomorrow whether or not it flies.This is a great, and cheap, trainer. It was easy to assemble but needed some tweaking to get it in the air. I don't believe the aileron or flap servos were centered in the factory before the arms were attached and servos connected to the plane. Ailerons would only work in one direction so I had to remove the servo and correct that issue. Not a huge deal, but the way the servo is mounted it was a bit of a pain. The pushrod to one of the ailerons was too short not allowing it to go up far enough when in the outer most hole of the horn which is how it comes. I moved both sides to the lowest hole in the horns to get enough deflection which corrected that. The flap servo was hitting the foam on the fuse so I had to trim that, the horns were hitting the wings so I trimmed more foam there, and the linkage was adjusted to allow the flaps to go up instead of down so had to correct that. Once those issues were corrected it was ready for the sky. It flies well and is easy to control. flaps work great on the middle setting, haven't needed them all the way down but I imagine they'd work even better. My biggest compaint about this plane is the battery door being on the bottom. It's not that big of a deal, but would be much easier if it were on top. It also has two nylon bolts that hold the main wing on. Id prefer something a little better than nylon bolts as these will not last if you pull the wing off a lot. You should also be warned, you will have to cut part of the planeBuild quality is not that amazing but for the price i can't grumble too much. you do however have to cut out part of the fuselage at the rear to fit the elevator.this plane is incredable, it went together well with only the minor issues. it is excellent as a trainer and does stunts like a war bird. the price is what i would of paid in the 80s. i like this plane so much i bought 3 of them!Not a beginners plane. Very fast and hard to land. Landing gear is very fragile and will bend after a couple of hard landings. I went from a bixler 2 to this aircraft and it was very different in terms of controllability. The bixler is very smooth and neutralises when the stick is back in the center, but in this aircraft there is 1 servo for the ailerons. this creates alot of play so is hard to keep straight and level. when the plane arrived, the ESC was not working, but i had a spare so was OK with that. I really do like the aircraft because its a challenge to fly and that will only make me more confident flying something even faster after this. I recommend this plane to anyone that plans to do aerobatics. And just remember, to land this plane, keep it fast and with 1/8 throttle.I purchased this product during a sale. I was very excited when I received it, having flown a real Cessna 182 twice. I opened it up to find a solid and good looking body and wings. Assembling it was not easy, I had to cut away a lot of foam to be able to put the horizontal stabilizer in. The nose wheel had a grub screw that was stripped and bent, making it impossible to loosen or tighten the wheel. I epoxied the wheel on, which worked fine. I took it out for a test flight, I threw the plane, and it dove hard to the left and smashed into the ground. I epoxied it back up and tried to take off. The takeoff was wild and uncontrollable, and as soon as it took off, it dove hard to the left and stalled. The crash demolished the metal firewall mount for the motor and the cowling. The parts are un-salvagable. I would not recommend this plane unless you want it to be a shelf plane.This is only the 10th plane I've built, but I must say I was very impressed with the quality.
So much so I waited till I got my other one on order before I wrote this review. Wanted to make sure I got another one. The only problem I had was the supplied glue took a full 24 hours to dry for handling, and seemed to still allow for some movement. I will use epoxy on the next one, medium cure, I'm not sure I trust the supplied glue. Control surface set up was a little tedious as it is on all the planes I've built. I've not flown this bird yet as this is still winter and the wind has not let up sense I've gotten this built. I've read that some are using 4 cell and others are using 3 cell, no one is complaining about no power. Has any one seen winter skies for this plane or for that matter floats for it? I can't wait to fly it... In my eyes for the price you can't beat it!
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