AIRBORNE MODELS Outrageous 40 Size for EF1 Class Racing ARF, RED

ABME337XMR AIRBORNE MODELS Outrageous 40 Size for EF1 Class Racing Almost Ready to Fly, Red


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SKU: ABME337XMR

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This is the AirBorne Models Outrageous 40 Size for EF1 Class Racing ARF, RED

Features:

  • Designed by Jerry Small and Dan Kane for EF1 Class Racing 
  • 40-size electric almost-ready-to-fly plane 
  • Coverd with genuine heat shrink ToughLon coverings 
  • Top quality balsa / plywood construction 
  • Detachable battery hatch 
  • Carbon wing joiner 
  • Aluminum landing gear 
  • Precision maneuvers at pilot's command 
  • Hand-painted fiberglass cowling 
  • Pre-drilled holes on firewall for motor mount with 41mm hole offset 
  • Color : RED

Requires:

4-channel radio w/ 4 mini servos, brushless motor and propeller, ESC, battery pack to power the motor and charger.

Sport Flying Power System Recommendations:

  • Outrunner Motor  w/ Propeller Adaptor 
  • 40A Brushless ESC
  • 11x8E Propeller
  • 4 cells 14.8V 3200 mAh Li-Po battery & charger

Pylon Racing Power System Recommendations:

  • Any approved motor listed in the rules for NMPRA EF-1 Racing
  • Any 60A ESC or greater, that does not exceed US $150.00 in cost
  • Propeller shall be the APC 8 x 8 Thin Electric Propeller
  • Any 4S Li-Po battery that meets the NMPRA weight restriction rule

Technical Specifications:

Wing Span: 52in. / 132mm

Wing Area: 392 sq. in / 25.3 sq dm

Flying Weight: 3.4 lbs / 1542g

Fuselage Legnth: 36.8in / 980mm

Manuals:

ABME337XM-Manual-English

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Manufacturer AIRBORNE MODELS
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