|Oct 04, 2011, 01:01 AM|
Aeroworks Freestyle Extra 260 QB-L
My new future plane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A patternesque 260 absolute beauty!!!!!!
INBOARD AND OUTBOARD SFG'S!!!! OMG!!! Finally someone has seen the light!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wing Span: 52”
Wing Area: 560
Fuse Length (Rudder to Spinner) 47”
Weight w/o Battery 53.5 Ounces
· Light Weight Design
· Carbon Wing Tube, Main Gear and Control Horns
· Drop In installation for Hacker A30-12XL or Torque 2814T/820
· Pre-mounted canopy with quick release latch
· Pre-mounted cowling
· Airfoiled tail surfaces
· Inboard and Outboard SFG’s
· QB Quality and Fast Build Time
|Oct 04, 2011, 09:25 AM|
Gonna see if Rocco the owner will bring one out to the field to try.
I fly with him once and awhile.
Gonna have to give one of these a whirl.
|Oct 04, 2011, 09:39 AM|
Joined Feb 2011
Doesn't look like they are using any Carbon Fiber inside the airframe like Extreme Flight or 3DHS so that is somewhat of a concern for me in terms of strength versus weight.
Like the looks of it but I will be curious to see the all up weight.
|Oct 04, 2011, 10:40 AM|
I'm thinking a 70+"er should be next? I agree there probably be some more carbon nterspersed thru the fuse/wing, canopy included. Think I would put a carbon tube crossways inside the canopy(after tinting of course!). But other than that-the over all layout looks convincing to me. Just enough tail moment to track well and the SFG layout should make it nice and smooth. Have to wait for video/product release to say for sure. But it's a 260(ish) so I'm in!!!
|Oct 05, 2011, 05:44 PM|
4s 4000's would probably be on the IMAC side for weight. I would guesstimate that a 4s 2500-3200 would probably be about right for floaty 3D feel. Blake says he's going to go fondle and/or steal the demo @ TAS too LOL
|Oct 05, 2011, 10:05 PM|
I had their 50cc Edge and it can out pretty light after some slight mods to it. There also was not one piece of carbon fiber in the plane and let me tell you, it took as much of a beating as any of my 3DHS or EF Planes.
While carbon does add rigidity to an airframe I feel it is more of a customer "piece of mind addition"
I see carbon being advertised in PA planes all the time and it does nothing for extra airframe strength.
I wished this plane was coming out soon. I need a small electric to fly for the winter and this one looks like a winner for sure.
Cory if you get a chance to fly it, let me know how it does.
|Oct 05, 2011, 10:09 PM|
I really like it, I have been waiting for an extra for a long time...
though I love the plane the price is a bit much for me; I will stay with E.F.
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