O XtremeAir Sbach 342 é um alto desempenho de dois lugares monoplano de acrobacia e de turismo alemão desenhado por Philipp Steinbach com Albert Mylius e construído por XtremeAir GmbH de Hecklingen.
O Sbach 342 tem uma estrutura composta e é alimentado por uma hp Lycoming 315. Trabalhando anteriormente para Walter extra desenvolver a série extra de aviões acrobáticos, Steinbach trouxe materiais juntos modernos, anos de experiência e design otimizado trazendo o mundo um dos aviões acrobáticos mais ágeis sempre.
Nossa Sbach 342 sai da caixa em um plug and fly configuração. Todas as superfícies são pré articulada, apenas precisando de alguma instalação de montagem e receptor menor para estar pronto para o vôo. Acessando a bateria é super fácil através de uma escotilha de acesso na parte superior da fuselagem que tem à mão snaps plásticos pequenos. O capô dianteiro e eclodem receptor inferior apresentam essas mesmas pressões rápidas também. As asas são um 2-piece plug-in projeto significa o armazenamento e transporte pegue a quarto mínima. Um pacote de hardware completa com extensa folha de decalque completam o modelo.
Voando a Sbach é o verdadeiro deleite. O poderoso motor de 4023 1000kV puxa a ele por todas as suas manobras favoritas. Este é um modelo muito rígido com massa suficiente para levá-lo através de manobras sem problemas, não flutuando sobre como algum peso leve foamies fazer.
• Plug and Fly - Basta adicionar a sua escolha de bateria, o transmissor eo receptor
• fuselagem Moldado
• asas de plug-in 2 peça
• trem de pouso de alumínio robusto
• Cowl, portal bateria e portinhola receptor protegido com snaps rápidos
• poder amplo e características de vôo extremas
Envergadura: 1100 milímetros
Duração: 1,115 milímetro
Voar Peso: 1100g
Motor: 4023 1000KV
Servo: 4 x 17g
4 transmissor e receptor CH
3S 11.1V 2200mAh bateria lipoly
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Sbach 342 PNF 1100mm is certainly not for beginners or even intermediate flyers.
This model has taken a bunch of hits during the maiden / setup process. I will give it credit for being reasonably easy to repair the fuse, however is definitely needs a spar running lengthways down the fuse to address the weak point at the landing gear.
Definitely an unforgiving model with regards to CG, make sure you mark the CG points (90mm behind leading edge at cockpit) and get the balance right before attempting flight to save yourself alot of heartache.
I ran dual rates with 40pcnt throws and 70pcnt expo for low, and 100pcnt throws and 70pcnt expo in high and still found it to be plenty responsive.
I recommend hinge tape or Pivot & round Hinges (http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__8280__Pivot_Round_Hinges_2_5x43_10pcs_.html) on the elevator / rudder as the foam hinge didn't last more than 30mins flight time.
All in all it flys beautifully once you get it right and has plenty of power (I'm using 3s1p Turnigy 2200's happily), but be prepared to repair and replace parts during the maiden process.Waste of money, very poor finish and build quality, missing screws. Starting building it before realizing what rubbish it was so it was too late to return it. I would not recommend this product. I am very disappointed.Haven't flown yet but finished putting together. Some servo horn screws were missing, but I had some on hand. 4 screws for mounting the wings were too short but found some at local stines , found some 3mmx50mm that worked. I also had to put servo extension leads on wing servo's because I am using separate channels for them. A y lead was included that will work fine if you are using one channel for the wings. Tail section seems a little flimsy because only 2 small screws hold the horizontal and vertical together. I will probably epoxy the section together after I test fly, it should be fine. Everything else seems to be good, except I'm not that good at putting all the decals on, took me a couple of hours just for that. For the money it's a nice plane and should fly great. I really like the cooling design that runs in from engine cowl and exits through mid tail section. That should keep the electronics cool.
It's a Volantex product. The plane looks nice and flies ok, but the left wing is missing the spar tube!!! had to heat up the metal spar and make my way in the foam wing core.Sbach 342 PNF 1100mm Foam was not straight anywhere nothing lined up including elevator and the rudder wasn't anywhere near straight I've got plenty of hobbyking models but this one was the most disappointing. Also lost the battery hatch first flight.Well it look good so far but it did not come with a rubber and tail parts now I'm looking to make one or if I can get one sent to me I wish I can fly it but it's looking like I just payed $298.00 for 3 batterys and a rubber less airplaneNice looking model - decal cutting is a bit of which is a shame - almost better if they didn't cut - I modified the rear servos (removed mount, moved one up and the other down) so only the horn sticks out to make the thunderbolt decal tidier. Model looks good - fittings are poor though as tail screws supplied didn't fit so I glued the tail on and only one wing had the fittings to accept the wing boltsNice plane!!! Installed Turnigy 17g mg servos flies on rails,3d. Epoxy together and Fly. Stop Whining about the basics of putting a plane together!!!!
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