This is the electric powered, radio controlled, Tx-R (Transmitter Ready) FlyZone Piper Super Cub Select. Park Pilot Program Legal Aircraft This is the Tx-R (Transmitter Ready) version that includes servos, an ESC and SLT receiver. May be flown with any compatible transmitter with the SLT (Secure Link Technology) system such as the Tactic TTX450, TACJ2404.
Construction: AeroCell foam with pre-applied decals Wing: One-piece design with functional struts and molded wing ribs for scale authenticity Electronic Speed Control: 18 amp Tactic BL-18, TACM6610 Receiver: Tactic 2.4GHz SLT Servos: Three micro Motor: Brushless outrunner, 1144kV LiPo Battery: 3S 11.1V, FLZA6052 Battery Charger: LiPo compatible w/balancing capability, GPMM3318 Landing Gear: Preassembled with yellow plastic wheel pants Wheels: Foam, two main 1.6" (40mm) diameter Canopy: Plastic tinted windows, instrument panel in cockpit Spinner: Rubber, yellow in color 0.52" (3.2mm) diameter Propeller: 8x4 Warranty: Hobbico guarantees this kit to be free from defects in both material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification.
Compatible SLT transmitter with at least 4 channels Building and field equipment
Wingspan: 48" (1220mm) Wing Area: 354 sq in (22.8) sq dm RTF Weight: 30.4oz (860g) Wing Loading: 12.4 oz/sq ft (38 g/sq dm) Length: 33" (840mm) Center of Gravity (CG): --" (--mm) from the leading edge of the wing at the fuselage Control Throws- Elevator, up/down: 3/8" (9.5mm) 9° Ailerons, up/down: 1/2" (12.7mm) 17° Rudder, right/left: 1-1/4" (32mm) 30°
Construction: AeroCell foam with pre-applied decals
Wing: One-piece design with functional struts and molded wing ribs for scale authenticity
I flew sport pattern for years before I quit R/C in 1985. I bought this Cub in order to return to R/C. I was quite a proficient pilot in my day, and I figured I could fly a Cub. The plane is easily assembled and the RTF version can be ready in a few hours. In my first attempt to take off from grass, the plane tip stalled left and went in. It broke only the prop. On the second attempt, the same thing happened but on asphalt. In all my years of flying R/C, I never encountered a plane with such a strong tendency to tip stall. I own a Sensei, a Champ, a Micro T-28, and a Micro P40. All of these planes fly great. The Cub, not so much. I could not even get it more than four feet off the ground.
Miguel - Salt Lake City, UT
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