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#1 olerc Jun 15, 2012 12:01 AM

A new electric 2m glider
 
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E-Hornet on olerc.com
Span: 2m
Length: 1.23m
Empty weight: 850g
Aerofoil: RC Series
Tail: X tail
Control: Elevator, Rudder, Aileron, Flap
Following is some photos of it. Now available on olerc.com

#2 TimR74 Jun 15, 2012 08:13 AM

Looks nice. Bit like a E Typhoon with a bigger front canopy/nose area and curved wing+tail tips.

Are the wings and tail compatible with the Typhoon?

I recently bought one from yourselves and am looking at getting an elec. fuselage for it. The bigger nose opens up a lot of cheaper motor options with 35mm outrunners.

#3 olerc Jun 25, 2012 08:48 PM

yes, you can use 35mm motor in the nose, the wing and fuselage are different from Typhoon, and you can use E-Hornet fuselage for your Typhoon, they are available.

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Originally Posted by TimR74 (Post 21903766)
Looks nice. Bit like a E Typhoon with a bigger front canopy/nose area and curved wing+tail tips.

Are the wings and tail compatible with the Typhoon?

I recently bought one from yourselves and am looking at getting an elec. fuselage for it. The bigger nose opens up a lot of cheaper motor options with 35mm outrunners.


#4 Sunfire Jun 26, 2012 02:45 AM

would it happen to be related to the e-wasp?

#5 olerc Jun 27, 2012 04:10 AM

After get Tim's message, found that, e-hornet fuselage and e-typhoon fuselage could be exchanged.
:p
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Originally Posted by Sunfire (Post 21998578)
would it happen to be related to the e-wasp?


#6 olerc Jun 27, 2012 04:15 AM

could use 35mm motor in the nose, fly faster

#7 olerc Jul 09, 2012 09:03 PM

E-Hornet flight video
 
http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDIyODcwMjIw.html, E-Hornet flight video:cool:

#8 gofish Jul 10, 2012 05:46 AM

Dislike the landing gear, but I can see where it's needed for your flying field. I can picture me easily parking it on a rooftop.

#9 olerc Jul 11, 2012 02:40 AM

Wow, you are smart, also dont like the gear, but for such ground, it is neccessary.
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Originally Posted by gofish (Post 22122976)
Dislike the landing gear, but I can see where it's needed for your flying field. I can picture me easily parking it on a rooftop.


#10 Woodstock 1 Jul 11, 2012 03:57 AM

I guess I'm not so smart :confused:????

#11 olerc Jul 26, 2012 03:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Woodstock 1 (Post 22132142)
I guess I'm not so smart :confused:????

maybe you can do that:rolleyes:


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