3 Channel RC EP 1.8M Passer-X Thermo Glider Sailplane
|Fuselage Weight with Wings||360 g|
3Ch RC EP 1.8M Passer-X Pro Thermo Sailplane Glider
Model Number : rcpl71015_p
You are buying a B rand New 3 Channel RC 1.8M Passer-X Thermo Glider ARF Sailplane with v-Tail Kit. The fuselage is made of high quality fiber glass and the wings are made of balsa wood covered by fancy plastic film. As the fuselage is made of fiber glass, it is extremely tough! Therefore, even the glider has accident, the parts inside the fuselage will probably no problem. Of course, it depends on hard the impact is.
In fact, you may also consider u pgrading it to brushless motor. This one is recommended - Turborix 800rpm/v 600W D2830 Brushless Motor ( Not Included ).
The weight of the whole glider is just about 360g (without radio gear and battery). It is very light and easy to glide in the air.
The motor, ailerons and tail wing are fully controllable. This price with this quality is incredible! I don't think you can get it from local hobby shops! What are y ou waiting for? Let's have a look the pictures!
Excellent Almost Ready-to-Fly 3Ch radio controlled Sailplane.
The Streamlined fuselage is made of fiberglass and comes with control-rods already factory-installed.
Conventional Rib & Spar frame structure wing and tail-surfaces, covered with quality plastic film. Easy to assemble and repair. And those wings are made of high quanlity of balsa wood. It provides very light weight for the whole plane.
Easy to assemble and dis-assemble for transportation.
Hands-off stability when trimmed properly.
Most of necessary components(screws & servo horns) are included.
All Spare parts are avsailable from us !!!
Wing Type :
Wing Area :
27.8 dm. sq
Wing Load :
18g / dm. sq
Recommended Motor :
800rpm/v 111W D2830 Brushless Motor
11 X 6 "
Control System :
3Ch Radio with Mixing Control
Number of Servo:
3 or 4
Gross Weight :
3 Channel RC 1.8M Passer-X Thermo Glider ARF Sailplane
Folding Propeller with Spinner
Items NOT included:
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Found 10 years ago