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FMS 1280mm Easy Trainer 1280 PNP

Model: FMS FMS051P
Dist. #: FMS051P   SKU: FMS051P

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Price:  $109.99 & FREE SHIPPING
Updated on Aug 20, 2017 10:19:51 AM

1280mm Easy Trainer 1280 PNP...
Perhaps you're a new modeler trying to find an easy-to-fly aircraft...or a more knowledgeable pilot who wants that plus the maneuverability of an aileron-equipped design. In either case, the 1280 Easy Fitness instructor. It's a total flight system that includes brushless power, cutting-edge 2.4GHz control — and room for everyone to grow.

FMS have actually created this wonderfully exciting fitness instructor glider in effect taking in and resistant EPO foam. The mould quality is sublime contributing to the efficiency and terrific appearances; also combined with a high powered brushless motor and LiPo battery, provide the budding modeller a new level of high performance excitement.

Positive and negative loops, stall turns, point rolls and inverted flight are all quickly performed with this design and it will also carry out outstandingly simply searching for thermals or slope flying, making it suitable for a wide variety of pilots.

Additional Details

maker FMS
Wingspan 1,280mm/50.4in
General Length 910mm/35.8in
Flying Weight Around 660g  
Motor Size Brushless 3128-KV2650
Servo 9g Servo x 4
Radio 4 Channel
CG (center of gravity) 70mm (From Leading Edge)
Prop Size 5*3
Recommended Battery Li-Po 7.4V 1300 mAh 15C
Aileron Yes
Elevator Yes
Rudder Yes
Flaps No
Pulls back No
Approx. Flying Period 8 minutes
Minimum Age Recommendation 14+
Experience Level Intermediate
Recommended Environment Outside
Assembly Time 45 minutes
Is Assembly Required Yes
Product Durable EPO
Plan Options PNP
Requires PNP Requires Radio System, Battery and Charger

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