Explore new heights with the Arrows 1450mm Tecnam-2010
Designed from the ground-up as a beginner-friendly aircraft, the Arrows Tecnam-2010 is easy to build and easy to fly.
Easy to Build
Thanks to the modular construction of the airframe, the aircraft is ready for flight with the installation of only a few screws. Remove the screws and the aircraft easily comes apart for transportation and storage.
Easy to Fly
Light wing loading and a high-lift airfoil design gives the aircraft highly predictable flight characteristics.
With the pre-installed Vector system, the Tecnam-2010 is one of the most forgiving aircraft on the market, while retaining aerobatic performance for advanced pilots looking for a relaxing weekend flyer.
The nose wheel and rudder are controlled by independent servos, allowing for easy ground handling.
Power comes courtesy of a high-quality 3536-850kV motor and 30A ESC (Arrows recommends a 11.1V 2200mAh 25C flight battery). When paired with the highly efficient 11x7 propeller and proper throttle management, expect flight times of up to 15 minutes!
Built using durable EPO material and equipped with rugged plastic wing struts, the Tecnam-2010 will stand up to a surprising amount of wear and tear. A latch-type battery cover makes changing batteries a painless experience.
Floats are included for pilots who want to explore the thrills of floatplane flying!
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced pilot, the Arrows 1450mm Tecnam-2010 is the perfect aircraft to have in you fleet!
Fantastic plane for the money!! Very beginner/intermediate friendly. Assembly was a breeze and plane needed very little to no trim to fly straight as proverbial arrow. I can find nothing bad to say about this plane at all. Highly recommended !
This is my first float plane ever and I love it ! This thing is such a good flying plane it is a pleasure to fly.
Iam flying this plane on floats. Fantastic airplane to fly. It needed hardly any trim
on maiden flight.
All of you AMA member know that in order to fly a model at a sanctioned event it must be flown prior to. The event is tomorrow and today was the maiden. Six club members were there to watch on. Take off was in manual mode, gained some altitude and dialed it I . I engaged the stabilizer..the airplane was incredibly stable. The airplane is a blast to fly. The only.thing to watch for is the battery hatch. If the clip isn't fully engaged the cover could flip open and act as an airbrake.
I did a lot of touch and goes on the pond today. I am looking forward to flying it.tomorrow
Flight video is here: https://youtu.be/jQR6wYYzXlo I Purchased the Arrows Tecnam-2010 for my clubs annual Float 'n Fly. The build manual was clear, build was easy. I visually adjusted the throws and used calipers, this way when I got to the pond for the Maiden there was very little trim needed. The model had plenty of power and when using flaps you don't need much room for takeoff. The stabilizer works well. Towards the end of the day I used it since the wind was starting to gust and helped when landing in the pond during a gust. You still need to be vigilant with the last minute gusts. Out of 8 flights that day I only tipped the wing into the pond once.
great flying airplane and easy to build, did;nt like hooking up to the vector though as it is hard to get at.
also right wing light won't come on...could be broken wire.
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