This kit has a 43"
wingspan and is RTF (ready to fly). It includes a motor, two servos
with control rods, and receiver pre-installed. It also comes with a
NiCd battery flight pack, and charger.
This aircraft operates
as both a glider and a plane. The huge wingspan in combination with
lightweight construction and the powerful 380 Mabuchi type motor
provide terrific lift. Once airborne at high altitudes simply use
the on/off switch on the transmitter to cruise using the
breeze or thermals to glide with.
Superb rising velocity of
almost 400 feet per minute.
The 3 point aerofoil is
designed for tight maneuvering, hard banking and soft-gliding into
With over a 43" wingspan and
with the equivalent of over 3 football fields of
control distance, this plane is perfect for summer thermals!
The propeller location aft of
the main wing minimizes destruction in case of nose-dive type
full throttle is 40 mph!
2 channels are used to
manipulate the elevator (pitch) and rudder (yaw); a 3rd channel is
used for operating the on/off switch of the motor.
The main and tail wings
attach quickly so it only takes about 20 minutes to assemble, and
other than charging the NiCd pack for about 6 hours on the first go
round your ready to fly within hours after you receive the package.
The battery pack will get you about 16 minutes of flight time (can
go up to 20 minutes if you turn the power off at high altitudes and
start gliding), and each charge after that is about 3-4 hours. The
cockpit part of the fuselage is made of durable sturdy hard plastic
and the tail boom section is made of carbon fiber. The wings are
made of light weight molded and coated reinforced foam. No gluing,
pasting or painting is required and again, all components are
The transmitter operates
at 26~27 Mhz. One channel operates the elevator, and a second
channel operates the rudder, and a third channel operates the
throttle with an on/off switch.
Beginners shouldn’t fly
it with any more wind than about 8 mph of wind, but experienced
pilots should be able to fly the B with confidence in 12-15 mph
winds. The B also comes equipped with optional landing gear so you
can hand launch or launch with a rolling take-off and even try to
This plane is recommended for 13
years or older. Youngsters under this age generally will not be
able to hand throw or hold the plane for take off once the engine
starts, as the thrust and power of the 380 motor will easily pull
out of a weak grasp. Also, this plane needs the full radius of it's
1600 foot distance of control, therefore if you are a beginning
pilot you definitely need some unobstructed, cleared land to fly in.
Inside the plane itself contains a micro receiver, a control board,
motor, and two sub-micro servos. Additionally the parts in this
plane are separate units. They are not a single integrated cluster
of parts where if one part breaks the complete unit needs to be
replaced. Spare Parts are in Stock for whoever needs it in our