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FMS Typhoon Plug-N-Play Electric Airplane (1100mm)

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Specifications:

  • Wingspan: 1100mm/43.3in
  • Overall Length: 845mm/33.3 in
  • Wing Area: 19.7dm² (305.4sq.in)
  • Flying Weight: Around 1300g
  • Motor Size: Brushless 3536-KV850
  • Radio: 6 Channel
  • Servos: 9g Servo (6)
  • CG (center of gravity): 40-45mm (From Leading Edge)
  • Wing Loading: 66.0 g/dm² (0.15oz/in²)
  • Prop Size: 10.5 X 7, 3 blade
  • Speed Control : 40A
  • Recommended Battery: Li-Po 11.1V 2200mAh 25C
  • Experience Level: Intermediate
  • Recommended Environment: Outdoor
  • Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
  • Is Assembly Required: Yes

Needed To Complete:

11.1V 2200mAh 25C Li-Po Battery
Li-Po Charger
6+ Channel Radio System

This product was added to our catalog on September 22, 2016

Monday, Dec 17 2018 (11 months ago)
FMS Typhoon Plug-N-Play Electric Airplane (1100mm)
Well I put it all together, took off like it was on rails,windy day also,then I started to see tail heavy traits real fast,(been flying R/C ,since reeds, 1964)Big transmiters,box kites for planes ,etc. so I tried to keep my Thoughts in check,but I knew it would stall in a minor turn,immediatly,had to attempt it,well it stalled on a dime into a small tree,which I planned on,so,do not believe the MFG. conversion/of anything they say sucks,with China,Japan,translation.Back to the tree/catch,!Every foam plane I ever buit,including a Sureflight,Spitfire,has had the CG off by 1/2" to 1",just be careful guys,better to check yo" self/ before yo' wreck yourself,! took 2 1/2,ounces to set it straight.A lot of Mustang pilots were killed because of the fuel tank behind the pilot,full at take off,minimal wing fuel,recipe for disaster.Just think of that Rolls/Royce Merlin,buried, in the ground,! What a lesson he learned.!So I sold it for what I had in it,It's a preety plane and I saw one out side a museum, that and a Sea/Fury,made a P-47,look like the poster child,of WW 1. Check your c/g,with and without fuel,go with slightly nose heavy,first,usually the thickest part of the wing is the c/g,unless its got a swept wing then you have to tri/ calculate/a equation.I have to reference that but it is kinda simple,like Sig's Cobra,and the other brother to it,that is a real design,good luck,speed is life,!!airspeed