|Aug 18, 2011, 02:24 AM|
E-flite's New Carbon-Z Scimitar.... WOW!
WOW! have you seen this
looks like a Stryker on STEROIDS
The E-flite Carbon-Z Scimitar is true satisfaction for the RC pilot who desires flight performance and adrenaline pounding excitement previously thought impossible from a conventional aircraft platform. The fantasy-scale Carbon-Z Scimitar, designed by world aerobatic champion Quique Somenzini, bursts open the performance envelope with an evolutionary compound-delta flying wing. At the heart of the advanced Carbon-Z Scimitar is a specially tuned Q-Power system harnessed inside a revolutionary single-axis, vectored-thrust propeller system. In combination with the precision of carbon rod hinged elevons and twin rudders, a refreshing level of maneuverability can be explored after less than an evening’s worth of assembly time.
Exceptionally strong and lightweight Carbon-Z structure
Digital high-speed servos installed
Single screw access to the electronic equipment
Effective front and side cooling inlets with interior venting
High-quality socket-head hardware throughout
Distinctive color scheme for superior visibility
Ready to accept optional E-flite electric retracts (EFLG110)
All components, including the nose and control surfaces, are easily replaceable
Specs list for EFL10175
Wingspan 42.6 in (1080mm)
Overall Length 35.0 in (889mm)
Wing Area 565 sq. in. (36.5 sq. dm.)
Flying Weight 4.40 lb (2.0 kg)
Motor Size 32-size 1010Kv Brushless Outrunner (installed)
Radio 6 channel radio system minimum
Servos 5 digital high-speed, high-power sub-micro servos; 1 digital high-power metal-gear mini servo (installed)
Trim Scheme Colors Red, black, and white
CG (center of gravity) 21.8-22.2 in (553-565mm) back from the airplane nose
Wing Loading 17.9 oz/sq. ft.
Prop Size 10 x 8
Speed Control 60-Amp Pro SB Brushless with Switch-Mode BEC (installed)
Recommended Battery 4S 14.8V 30C 3200mAh+ LiPo
Control Throw (Ailerons) Low: 19mm up, 25mm down, 35% expo; High: 37mm up, 45mm down, 55% expo
Control Throw (Elevator) Low: 25mm up/down, 20% expo; High: 30mm up/down, 35% expo
Control Throw (Rudder) Low: 50mm right/left, 10% expo; High: 80mm right/left, 30% expo
Approx. Flying Duration 5 minutes
|Aug 18, 2011, 08:03 AM|
this thing looks super cool and i love that it has retracts.
But for the price of it i could could have 2 or 3 planes.
Just cant justify this one.
I already have a parkjet mkII. It just needs a 3s and it should be alot more fun.