|Aug 03, 2004, 11:32 PM|
F/S: 20in flying wing kits all epp with J-250 motor special priced Part 2:
This is part two from here http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=254755
NOTE: SCRAM-BLUR J250 VIDEO IS NOW ON WEBSITE AT: www.sylvanaircraft.com/video.htm .
Also, see Scram-Blur website : [url]www.sylvanaircraft.com[/urll] , for more info. The sale is still on., for now
We now have the scram-blur j250 in all-EPP. The kit still includes everything the other kit did but the cores are now EPP foam. For the crazy pilots out there this wing will do 5-6 rolls a sec. and loop after loop with ease.Now for all the other flyers that just wanna take it easy, keep the throttle down to half power and just cruise around. The wingspan is 20in with a flying weight of sbout 6.5oz.
For a full kit with the EPP cores the price is $32 (limited time only) plus shipping costs. (s.& h. is a set cost of $5 in the u.s.) We also ship worldwide
at different shipping costs. In addition ,this kit can be purchased with all-pink foam cores for $25.
kits include the following:
1x set of cnc cut wing cores(as stated above)
1x55 yd roll of colored covering tape
1x roll of nylon tape
1x johnson 250 motor
1x pre-cut motor mount
1x set of pre-cut elevons
1x 1/64 plywood bottom plate
1x set of control horns
1x set of coroplast wing tips
1x set of push rods
1x piece of sandpaper
2x 4x4 props
2x rubber prop adaptors
1x set of hook and loop velcro
2x zip ties
1x popsicle stick
1x set of directions
Note:The prop and motor mount slots have all been pre-cut
Feel free to ask any questions you may have.
Our web site is atwww.sylvanaircraft.com but the offer of the all pink cores has not been added yet.
Thank you, Luke
Last edited by sylair; Oct 17, 2004 at 10:25 PM.
|Aug 05, 2004, 02:14 PM|
Joined Aug 2000
Trader Rating: 137
I recently finished a 20" PCW with the edp 50 motor and prop and 7x350 2/3 AAA pack. It weighs 4.9 oz rtf, which is at the light end of the range. I was hoping it would be slow and aerobatic to fly in the backyard. Instead, it needs to fly at half to full throttle to fly at all. I'd like to see what your 27 inch wing "floats" like.
|Aug 05, 2004, 05:10 PM|
Joined Feb 2004
Trader Rating: 285
The plans for the scram-blur j250 call for mounting the battery on the surface of the wing. Since I plan to use a Kokam 2S 1500 isn't this a little risky for a lipo battery? I know I'm not supposed to crash but.......
Can I mount the battery 'in' the wing somewhere?
|Aug 05, 2004, 06:37 PM|
Really the top is best because it being in the wing it will still press on the pack when you crash i put my packs on top all the time and while learning to fly i crashed many times and I found that this is best on top.
|Aug 06, 2004, 05:12 PM|
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Joined Nov 2003
Trader Rating: 99
Got my Blur Yesterday!!!!! FAST SHIPPING! WOW!
That sucker is TINY....a pocket rocket.....GOTTA LUV IT!
Cracked me up when I opened it! MORE STYRO PEANUTS THAN WING!!!!
Looking forward to putting the BLUR to task!
|Aug 10, 2004, 07:23 PM|
For those who are asking, The 27 inch Frenzee wing , on the Scram-Blur website (www.sylvanaircraft.com) is an all-pink foam kit, not EPP. It's strong and light and glides and glides.
Last edited by sylair; Aug 11, 2004 at 09:55 AM.
|Aug 12, 2004, 10:27 PM|
USA, OR, Aloha
Joined Dec 2000
Trader Rating: 14
Great Customer Service from Sylvanaircraft
Just want to thank Luke for providing great customer service. There was a small mix-up in my order, Luke quickly corrected the problem and has me as a happy customer.
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