|Jan 03, 2012, 09:14 PM|
Hobbico FlyZone SkyFly Max EP 2.4GHz RTF w/Ailerons 47
This plane is new....has not flown, just assembled and tested, but not airborne. I have a couple too many trainers and decided to sell this one as it is without any problems and issues so the buyer will be 100% satisfied.
*** NEW PRICE *** $74.00 and we can split the shipping. I am open to trades......decent trades please.....
This sale includes: 1 Flyzone Sky Fly Max Airplane with brushless motor, prop, 4-ch 2.4GHz radio, ESC charger and AC/DC charger. If you want a LiPo, I can add one in for a small charge. Spare parts are suprisingly reasonable on this model too should you happen to be in the learning mode. This is reported to be a great FPV platform too. Do some digging and see what you come up with. Please ask questions.
Thanks for looking.
FEATURES: Construction: AeroCell foam
Wing: One-piece constructed of foam attaches with rubber bands
plywood wing joiner
Aileron Control: Dual servo
Canopy: Molded into fuselage opens for access to battery
Propeller: Plastic 8x4
Radio: Tactic TTX404 4-channel 2.4GHz with adjustable trims and four
micro servos 6-channel receiver elevator rudder throttle and
Speed Control: Electronic with auto cut-off
Battery: Flyzone 1800mAh 11.1V LiPo
Charger: ElectriFly 3S LiPo Balancing Smart Charger with AC/DC
Landing Gear: Prebent -- (--mm) diameter wire
Wheels: Two -- (--mm) diameter
Tail Section: Conventional tail with rudder and elevator
Warranty: Hobbico guarantees this kit to be free from defects in
both material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This
warranty does not cover any component parts damaged by use or
Here are some fair quality pics of my plane taken from my cell phone cam:
Here are some stock pics:
Last edited by vcaruso; Jan 21, 2012 at 10:32 AM.
|Jan 10, 2012, 05:03 PM|
Depends On The Box I User
|Jan 21, 2012, 06:12 PM|
I'm interested in buying a basic trainer for my brother and am interested in purchasing this. If I understand correctly the only thing missing from the RTF kit here is the lipo correct? Any chance you know if it uses the same battery as the Sensei? Please send me a PM if you still have this so we can work out a deal. Thanks!
|Jan 21, 2012, 07:43 PM|
That would be perfect! I was running a 1500 through a 2200 and the sweet spot seems to be right around 2000 (3S). You are in good shape as far as the battery goes. Depending on the transmitter you have, you may be able to buddy-box with your brother. It makes things a little smoother on the nerves.....
You are also correct in assuming that you only need batteries for the RTF plane. The transmitter also requires AA cells too. If you need them, I can include some.
|Jan 21, 2012, 09:27 PM|
OK great. I have several extra batteries for my sensei so that would work out well. I actually have the same exact tactic radio so I'm wondering if the buddy box would work (I seem to remember reading there is a wireless buddy box feature). Send me a pm so we can work something out. My zip is 66218.
|Jan 21, 2012, 09:40 PM|
United States, CA, Calabasas
Joined Apr 2010
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