F/S FVK Solo with F-12LMR and L160 ESC /Servos/Reciver RTF - RC Groups
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Mar 10, 2002, 09:20 PM
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F/S FVK Solo with F-12LMR and L160 ESC /Servos/Reciver RTF

For Sale the following as a package :
FVK Solo in Prestine Condition on 10 Flights
F12LMR and L160ESc New with box Intalled
Hitec HS-81 X3 servos installed
FMA 8 Channel Fortress Reciver with no crystal (For futaba)
The Plane has unlimited vertical with 10 CP1700 and glides perfect for $550.00 plus shipping.

Wingspan: 77", Wing area: 520 sq. in., Weight: 67 oz., Wingloading: 18.5 oz./sq. ft., Airfoil: RG15, Skill level: ADV/ADV, Radio: micro receiver, 3 micro servos, Motor type: 10-cell

The Solo is a high performance electric model designed to be flown on 10 cells, a fully built all-composite sailplane with hollow core molded wings and T-tail. The wings are painted in the mold and the ailerons are hinged using the upper surface (called a live hinge), very clean! The wing is strengthened with a nearly full length carbonfiber spar with the hollow wing joiner tubes ready installed, as are the incidence pins at the root of the fuselage. The wings are joined by a special carbonfiber joiner tube which is supplied. The T-tail is also hollow core molded and pre-painted with the elevator hinged internally using the upper surface.

The fuselage is epoxy glass gel-coated white in the mold, finished and ready for radio equipment. The nose is removable for easy access to the battery and motor. The modeler can take this sailplane out of the box and assemble it, as it is delivered ready built except for electric motor and radio installation.

Performance is what you dream of in an electric model…outstanding! With a model of this quality and speed, only the best electric equipment should be used, but with a good 10-cell motor climbs can be near vertical. A molded wing typically has a very clean surface, allowing the airfoil and planform to work for optimum results. The Solo has a fast, shallow glide and will cover ground quickly. The airframe is so strong that even long dives and extreme aerobatics are possible. Built as a competition 10-cell F5B sailplane, the Solo can thermal well too; basically it does it all and does it well! Tired of floaters and slow climbing electrics and want some extreme fun? Go Solo!
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Mar 11, 2002, 08:09 AM
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