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Flyzone Micro B-25 Mitchell TxR SLT

Model: Flyzone FLZA2302
Dist. #: FLZA2302   SKU: FLZA2302

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Updated on Aug 21, 2017 09:39:11 AM

Micro B-25 Mitchell TxR SLT...
This is the Radio Controlled, Electric Powered,
Tx-R (Transmitter Ready) Flyzone Micro B-25 Mitchell WW II Bomber.
For Indoor or Outside Flights.

This is a Tx-R (Transmitter Prepared) variation that consists of servos,
an ESC and SLT receiver.
May be flown with any suitable transmitter with the
SLT (Secure Link Technology) system.

FEATURES:
Building: Foam
ESC: Integrated with receiver
Servos: Micro
LiPo Battery: 1ST 3.7V 250mAh, 20C discharge rate
Charger: Micro DC powered, requires 5 AA batteries
Canopy: Clear molded plastic for cockpit and gun turret with
    painted-on frame lines, battery installs under canopy
Propellers: 3-blade counter turning
Landing Gear: Pre bent wire with two 1" (25.4mm) main wheels,
    steerable nose gear, 0.63" (16mm) nose wheel
Service warranty: Flyzone guarantees this set to be free from defects in both
    material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty
    does not cover any component parts harmed using or modification.

INCLUDES:
Prebuilt Wing Fuselage and Tail Assemblies. Landing Gear, Wheels,
    Cockpit, Gun Turret, two Propellers, Motor, ESC, Servos, LiPo
    Battery, USB Charger, 5 AA Batteries, Direction Handbook

NEEDS:
Transmitter: 4-channel SLT

SPECS:
Wingspan: 21.7" (552mm)
Weight: 2.7-2.9oz (77-82g)
Length: 17.2" (437mm)
Wing Location: 63.6 sq in (4.1 sq dm)
Wing Loading: 6.1-6.6 oz sq ft (19-20g sq dm)
CG: 1" (26mm) back from the leading edge at the fuse
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