|Nov 09, 2005, 09:48 PM|
The new 16 inch Goliath EPP Flying Wing kit, quick, easy build, SPECIAL LOW PRICE
The Goliath is a 16 inch flying wing with a GWS EDP50 motor for power that gives it a top speed of around 35-40 mph. A stable flyer, it is aerobatic, with fast rolls and loops from about half to full throttle, and floats at low throttle. The wing is light, tough and bouncy on those hard landings. Easy to learn, it flies in an area the size of a small ballfield. Can also be flown in an arena setting.
The kit includes CNC precision-cut EPP cores, coroplast winglets, covering tape , directions and all other parts needed to complete the wing. All parts pre-cut and RTA. A strong, simple build that takes 2 to 3 hours, on average, to complete.
SEE: www.sylvanaircraft.com for more information (sale price not shown)
Special Low Price - $26.00/kit (plus S&H) (For a limited time only)
Each kit is available in one of eight colors.: blue, yellow, orange, green, red, black, white or purple. An extra color can be added to the kit for $3.00 /roll (2 in.x55yd.)
TO BUY:: PayPal at- firstname.lastname@example.org (To get sale price)
NOTE: these kits are also available, upon request, with a Johnson 250 or a Brushless motor , instead of the EDP50 motor, and are separately priced. Ask if interested.(Prices to be posted)
Last edited by sylair; Nov 10, 2005 at 11:57 AM.
|Nov 10, 2005, 05:28 PM|
Joined Apr 2004
Trader Rating: 8
Just wanted to let everyone know that you can also put a brushless feiago 4100k.v motor/heatsink on this goliath..and a 3s-450 mah lipo..and it will do almost 60 mph level flight...but I wouldnt recommend this until you are able to get used to flying the goliath..and its orientation in the air.. a 16" wing doing 60mph is quite a sight..
|Nov 10, 2005, 08:17 PM|
There is only one version of the Goliath. We have other wings, however.
You may already know all these things, but here is a list. It requires a 3-channel transmitter with a built-in mixer for elevon controls, a matching receiver (though a micro-type for light weight is best) a 5 amp speed control, 2 small (5-6 gm. )servos (GWS Pico-, HE 2003, etc.), and a 2-cell lithium polymer 340 mah up to 700 mah size battery pack. You will need a battery charger that is special for lithium polymer batteries. The recommended light weight servos will probably not come with your receiver package. However, if not too large, the heavier servos can be used, with some loss in flying performance
The kit recommends the use of 5-minute 2-part epoxy glue, medium CA glue, any spray adhesive, and the standard model knife and building tools, with minimal soldering.
The small sizes recommended are to keep this small wing as light as possible for the most fun.
Last edited by sylair; Nov 10, 2005 at 08:24 PM.
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