|Newsletter - AIR: 02/2010 I|
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New Spektrum DX8 and DX10t Radios!!!
Spektrum have used the Nurenberg Toy Fair to give an insight into the rest of this year so far as its plans for radio releases. No dates are fixed yet but there will be a new eight channel radio for the summer followed by a ten channel tray radio towards the end of the year. Final specifications aren't set at present for either, development is ongoing but general features, some of them all new to the DX radios, have been released.
With the DX10t the Spektrum team have created a new radio system that will be a benchmark in this category for function, performance and software. The design and the concept have been developed in Germany with very much ease and efficiency of use for the modeler in mind. The Spektrum DX10t is equipped with very powerful and modern software. The programming is simple and intuitive and all the switches can have specific functions allocated to them. For those teaching, or starting out the radio has a trainer system with single channel hand over and teacher override function incorporated.
Sukhoi 29 S220 (ARF) (Pre-Order)
The new Sukhoi 29 S220 was designed by Italian aerobatic pilot, Sebastiano Silvestri and the design is based on of his new Tournament Of Champion's competition airplane. This professional ARF kit is the result of Sebastiano's long research in 3D performance. This combined with an extremely lightweight structure, the all wood airframe, the big control surfaces and the new revolutionary "Landing Gear Lift Generators" give this model an impressive thrust-to-weight ratio and crisp control authority at any airspeed and flight conditions. Each aileron is controlled by two servos. Short, direct linkages make roll control precise, positive, dependable and easy to set up. Large control surfaces and full deflection throws enables to react quickly to 3D control inputs. Knife edge, high alpha, inverted, upright... these and any other extreme maneuvers you can think of are at your command with this exciting aerobat! The beautifully molded fiberglass cowl and wheel pants are expertly painted to match the trim scheme. From every angle this model is a stunner! Distinctively different factory applied trim schemes on the top and bottom make easy to follow the model orientation during aerobatic maneuvers.
You can choose from different versions:
Alsema Sagitta Mini (ARF)
The Sagitta (Arrow) was the first and last single seat standard class design from Holland. Designed by Piet Alsema the Sagitta first flew in 1960, after three years of planning. It has an all-wood fuselage and wooden wings with fabric cover. The Sagitta was the first "Standard Class" glider design to appear from the Netherlands. It was a modern high performance design with features like automatic connecting control surfaces on assembly and a backward sliding canopy that can be fixed open in flight at several positions. Piet Alsema used his three years planning and research before the first prototype flew on the 4th of July 1960. Even today the glider looks slick with its slender all-wood fuselage with raked fin and rudder, long pointed nose and sliding blown canopy which provides excellent all-round visibility.
With its fiberglass fuselage and its fiberglass reinforced, balsa sheeted foam wings the Alsema Sagitta can handle full aerobatic routine. The careful use of composites with competition balsa, creates a good light structure that will hold its shape for a long time.
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NEW VIDEO: EM eBandit EDF120 with StuMax SM110-45DF and EM5000mAh 12S battery
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The EM eBandit with EVF propulsion is very impressive. The utter simplicity, quiet operation, model field acceptability, easy transport, and the fact that it flies like sport jets are convincing qualities. We believe that the design point BVM chose provide is an excellent balance between speed and handling capabilities.
Please follow our Electric Ducted Fan (EDF) conversion of EM eHornet EDF120 (ARF Composite). EM eHornet will be using Tam Jet TJ100HP 100mm fan with Neu 1518/1.5Y and EM6400 12S Li-poly battery packs.
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BAE Hawk EDF70 (ARF/Combo) SAVE $100.00 when you purchase this model with Delta-V EDF and BL15 Motor (Combo).
This exciting model was designed around DeltaV 15/70 (70mm) EDF unit and matched E-Flite BL15 EDF brushless motor. Pilots can use a 3-cell battery pack or utilize a 4-cell battery pack for increased vertical performance. The built-in fan mounts make installing the fan easy - just drop in the fan unit and tighten four screws. The removable front hatch also allows easy access to the radio equipment and battery. The entire trim scheme is pre-painted, pre-trimmed, the high quality balsa/ply wings and stabilizers are covered in UltraCote and all the decals have already been applied. The speed range is moderate with large envelop of aerobatic maneuvers. Difficult to stall, the jet will slow to a crawl and still maintain full control. Great to land, the approach is easy to control and smooth landings are easy.
» DA50 Engine Mount $190.00
» Fuel Dot with Switch $40.00
» Transmitter Balancers 2.4GHz
» Servo Trays $105.00
» Servo Trays $85.00
» Transmitter Stands V2 $20.00
» Transmitter Stands V1 $20.00
» Servo Arms V3
» Soldering Station $24.00