Coming in December

Was ist neu?

• Kräftiger Brushless Motor, 3fache Leistung gegenüber EasyStar I
• Klapppropeller für weniger Luftwiderstand im Segelflug
• Leicht abnehmbares Höhenleitwerk für einfachen Transport
• Querruder vorbereitet (außer den 2 Servos ist alles im Lieferumfang enthalten)
• Großer Laderaum - Platz für großen LiPo

Quick translation:
Whats new?
Powerful brushless motor
Folding prop
Easily removable tailplane for easy transportation
Aileron prepared (except the 2 servos)
More space inside

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Comment by Robert Krogh (hooks) on October 23, 2011 at 1:49am
A little late I Think!

Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on October 23, 2011 at 8:52am


Better late than never. The Multiplex quality may be better than the Chinese knockoffs?

Just a thought.



Comment by Scott Plunkett on October 23, 2011 at 9:56am

I guess I should have been a little clearer in my comment - I understand the benefits of a folding prop, but what I meant was why on this airframe?  Are people generally using it in a power-to-altitude / glider mode?  I just never thought of it as this type of plane; I think the only time mine (Rest In Pieces) ever went below 10% throttle was on landing.  I guess they had some feedback that told them it would be a benefit.

Comment by Brian on October 23, 2011 at 11:12am

Maybe the answer to the folding prop is "because they are cool"...

Comment by healthyfatboy on October 23, 2011 at 11:29am

If you think of how we use it and compare it to how a typical modeler would use it, then it makes sense to add the folding prop. It's usually marketed as a glider and so a lot of people like to fly it in thermals and the like and I'm sure it would be great for those folks. For us and the FPV types, not so necessary.

Comment by Mark Harrison on October 25, 2011 at 1:03am

I'm sure the main reason for the folding prop is for gliding efficiency, but one nice thing is that it makes it a bit easier to pack away into a box or case, something they're obviously thinking of with the removable vstabs.


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