|Mar 06, 2007, 09:48 PM|
EPP Prodigy 400 35 inch flying wing kit,very fast, complete, Zagi motor, prop
A very limited in-stock supply. Price adjusted.
This is a great new flying wing entry that is solidly constructed and is very easy to fly at all speeds using a special airfoil that more easily penetrates the wind and provides good lift. It is a very stable performer and flies from slow to very fast with the hot Zagi 400 pusher (reversed) kit motor, or any other similar motor that you already have. It has rock-steady flight handling and long, smooth glides. It can attain speeds well over 100 mph with the proper brushless motor setup and 3 lipo cells, or more. The rolls are about 4 per second and the loops are tight. The cores are CNC precision-cut EPP foam and the kit is complete with all required parts. All parts are pre-cut. Three carbon tubes, with their pre-cut wing slots, help control wing flutter at brushless speeds. Very simple to build and requires no extra purchases other than glues, building tools and radio gear...... as usual.
Other kit parts include coroplast wingtips, threaded pushrods with metal clevises, control horns, APC 5 x 5 prop,aluminum prop adapter, balsa elevons, Velcro battery strips, zip ties, 2-inch wide strapping tape, colored covering tape and directions, plus........
Video, w/stock 400 motor- http://www.sylvanaircraft.com/media/...prodigy400.wmv
Video, w/Mega 16/15/3 Brushless http://www.sylvanaircraft.com/media/...rodigyMega.wmv
Flies with the best , for a reasonable price.
$54.95 (plus S&H)
Also avail. w/o motor, or prop, or adapter, or any combo of.
($42.95 (plus S&H) --minus all 3 )
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SEE- For All Other Kit Info- www.sylvanaircraft.com
Shipping within 1 day of order.
Last edited by sylair; Mar 09, 2007 at 04:08 PM.
|Mar 07, 2007, 12:17 PM|
Gregg.... and Likwid.....
That second link is faulty for some reason.
Our Prodigy is actually the "Prodigy 400", as sold in the initial kit form, but it's definitely not limited to that class of motors, and we have temporarily dropped the "400" out of the title to avoid mis-leading anyone about it's flying capabilities. The other kit with "Prodigy" in it's name seems always to be ladvertised by Fliton as the "Prodigy 3D " plane, without fail, which very clearly identifies it's purpose. Hopefully, there will never be major confusion between these two really different planes, but understand that we very much appreciate your calling our attention to this fact. We will keep this under consideration.
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