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Discussion in 'Main Forum' started by brianburnett47, Sep 8, 2017.

  1. brianburnett47

    brianburnett47 New Member

    Nice Plane , first I Have taken Out ESC to inspect before setup. I Find it is 2-4 s I need ask > can the ESC and Motor Handle 4 s,, with No over heating problems..? I only have 4 s battery and a 40 amp esc. that I can use.if i need.. What do you think about 4s with this plane .
     
  2. mcox2276

    mcox2276 New Member

    I see no problem with using a 4s pack as long as you don`t add to much weight and the cg is ok. Your glide time probably won`t be as long because of extra weight...
     
  3. bought two one for me and one my son to play with very nice to fly but the flaps are **** they dont slow the plane down at all. took 3 attempts to get on the runway. so next flights it will have crow braking that should help a lot. well worth the money. if you like gliders go for it.
     
  4. pnedic

    pnedic New Member

    Yes it runs with 4S
     
  5. floriano_chit

    floriano_chit New Member

    this motoplaner is a superb design
    Attention to CG is not good should be added lead on the tail for a good balance
    check with any battery
    Success to fly I hope I've been helpful
     
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  6. vocnorthern

    vocnorthern New Member

    Great glider, will fly slope very well, flown in 40mph+ so far. Wings do flex a bit but I've pushed this real hard, they're not going to break :)
     
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  7. Nice flight man, I had the v1 version and was a s***, the v2 looks much better and they fixed the problems. I’ll get one
     
  8. druig62_1507165899

    druig62_1507165899 New Member

    Hi, does anyone know if replacement wings are available? Cheers Dan.
     
  9. gmenut_1556904058

    gmenut_1556904058 New Member

    Very nice plane at this price. The CG will needs to be moved back to fly correctly. The announced 1,050 g flying weight is not achievable. There is already 1,200 g of parts in the box, before Rx and flight LiPo.
    After removal of the cockpit/pilot and addition of 15g tail ballast fro CG correction, the weight is 1,225 g without the LiPo pack.
    Landing in light wind will be much improved with a 7ch Rx setup for full crow mix.
     
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  10. derrick007

    derrick007 New Member

    Brought one my self need better control horns on flaps
     
  11. pisr68

    pisr68 New Member

    I broke my prop in one hard landing. What is the size of the prop?
     
  12. 10x6
     
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  13. Bonjour, Vous pensez qu'ils vont rentrer +/- quant?
    Merci d'avance

    Hello, You think they'll come in +/- quant?
    thank you in advance
     
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  14. jack_1566744874

    jack_1566744874 New Member

    This comes with all of the servos ready to fly correct?
     
  15. derrick007

    derrick007 New Member

    Hi yes - check all screws and glued in parts I DID PLY CANOPY TRAY SCEWS WERE LOOSE RC GLIDER FLYER FOR 33 YEARS
     
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  16. derrick007

    derrick007 New Member

    12X7 WILL WORK BETTER
     
  17. derrick007

    derrick007 New Member

    TAKE OFF THE LANDING WHEEL AND FOAM COVER GLUE IN A SIX MM PLY patch (APOX/ IN PLACE ) PUT YOUR LIPO BACK INSIDE THE FUSE I DID MORE ROOM ? BETTER CG 12X7 FOLDING PROP 33 YEAR EXPERIENCE RC GLIDER BUILDER
     
  18. derrick007

    derrick007 New Member

    NO BUY A NEW ONE
     
  19. derrick007

    derrick007 New Member

    I took out the wheel expox/ a ply patch in place fitted12x7 prop more throws on flaps and ailerons better control horns?
     
  20. sm6_uav_1527087369

    sm6_uav_1527087369 New Member

    Had mine for 2 years now and love it...CG out, add weight to the tail section. Flaps are really not efficient. 11 x 6 and 12 x 7 props are better. On 4 s packs, I pulled back on throttle settings a bit to prevent excessive heat and strain on the cheap ESC
     

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