|Mar 08, 2013, 02:16 AM|
United States, CA, Los Angeles
Joined Feb 2010
Neptune Please (Plane Request)
We have had a few of these Neptune EDF Wings show up at the field, and they are fascinating because:
A - They look very stable compared to most high performance Flying Wings and EDFs.
B - They look very safe to hand launch, because of the EDF.
C - They have a larger than usual wingspan for a flying wing.
D – Well shaped wing with well blended body.
They fly very stable, very smoothly, and can fly slowly and glide nicely; also the 48 inch (1230mm) WingSpan just happens to be the maximum size that will fit into my trunk without disassembly.
I tell you these are about to become very popular for the intermediate flyer. And it would be nice to play with in RC Flight Simulators, looking for versions for FMS, ClearView, and RC DeskPilot.
Tech One RC (NitroPlane) 3 Channel Neptune EDF
ARF Version (Red)
Wingspan: 1230mm (48.4 in.)
Fuselage length: 630mm (24.8 in.)
Flying Weight: 660-710g (with battery)
Fan Unit: 64mm EDF
Motor: 2010 KV 5000 Brushless
ESC: 40 Amp
Servo: 2x 9gram Servo
HobbyKing has its twin brother, probably from the same factory and mold, although I do not know if theirs is configured for smooth flying.
HobbyKing Sonic 64 EDF Wing EPO 1230mm (PNF) (USA Warehouse)
PRODUCT ID: 9095000005 with the exact same specs on paper
Thanks for reading this request
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