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Manufact: Freeair

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The Blade is an EPP shock flier type plane, constructed from pre-cut, pre-printed EPP sheet. This plane flies extremely well indoors and also outside in calm weather. This is a good choice for your first 3D plane, being easy to hover and highly resistant to physical damage.

We found the build to be very quick and easy. We used standard CA and activator. UHU-por or 5-minute epoxy may also be used. A pre-formed carbon undercarriage comes as standard together with very light-weight foam tyred wheels. Aluminium rods are provided for the main wing spars and pushrods.

Features:
* Robust EPP construction resistant to crash damage
* Huge control surfaces designed for outrageous manoeuvres
* Will ROG on smooth surfaces but will fly right out of your hand with a gentle push
* Bright printed colour scheme
* Requires assembly but is very quick build

Specification:
* Wingspan: 850mm / 33.46in
* Length: 750mm / 29.5in
* Approx flying weight: 180-250g / 6.35-8.82oz
* RC functions: 4-channel - aileron, elevator, rudder, throttle

What's in the box:
* EPP airframe with pre-hinged flying surfaces
* Hardware accessory pack
* Illustrated step-by-step assembly instructions

Required:
* Motor: 24g 1500KV Pole and Stator brushless outrunner (stock no. 409953)
* ESC: Pro 10A (stock no. 400211)
* Prop: GWS 8 x 4.3sf (66W on 2S) (stock no. 411007)
* Servos: 1 x 9g (ail) eg. TowerPro SG92R (stock no. 406112) plus 2 x 5g (ele/rud) eg. TowerPro SG51R (stock no. 406100)
* Battery: 500~800 2S (7.4V) LiPo
* RC System: 4-channel TX/RX
* CA glue and activator (optional), or alternatively UHU-por (recommended for the EPP-to-EPP joints).

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Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 401010
Weight 2000.0000

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