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Wilga-2000 Trainer EPO 1160mm (PNF)

Wilga-2000 Trainer EPO 1160mm (PNF)
Wilga-2000 Trainer EPO 1160mm (PNF)

Wilga-2000 is made from crash resilient EPO foam, A perfect R/C model for beginners and as well as pro-flyers!

The kit includes a power brushless outrunner, ESC and servos all pre-installed. It also includes floats for fun water takoffs plus standard landing gear. All you need is your own Rx and battery to be ready to fly. (Plug-n-Fly)

Its small size means its easy to carry just about anywhere or fit into the boot of your car and its easy flying characteristics plus flexible and forgiving EPO construction make it a stress free trainer for almost anyone.

Curved wing tips and forgiving airfoil make this an easy and stable plane to fly at slow speed. A great trainer or lazy Sunday flyer!
Length: 888mm
WingSpan: 1160mm 
Propeller: 3 blades 8x6
Wing load: 16.82g
Flying Weight: 550g / 600g (with floats)
Motor: Brushless outrunner
ESC: 18A w/BEC
Servos: 3 x 8g 
Battery compartment: 72x39x34mm

4 Channel Transmitter and Receiver
2S 7.4V 1300mAH LiPoly Battery


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Total of 218 discussions.
skiiermike  15 points - 4/19/2014
Since this was originally built for nimh and they are much larger is there anyway to cut out some of the inside to fit a 3s 2200?
Roy l.  4 points - 4/17/2014
Whats the story behind C-FTUG and #6?? When I was a glider instructor at the Regional Gliding School Pacific we had a Wilga 2000 (named Tug 6) with the same registration and number.
Roberto  5 points - 3/3/2014
The fuselage is crooked, the parts have been glued wrong, the screws do not turn because they are glued, wheels do not rotate because the fender is tight, the battery compartment does not have the dimensions shown on the site. I am very disappointed.
nilsd2  23 points - 2/3/2014
Hey guys, During the setup of the plane i got really confused on how to mount the propeller. I have already taken off the Mount cover, tightened the screws on the motor as they were loose, and re-attached the mount. my issue now is in which order to put on the m3 nut, and gaskets. Does one m3 nut go into each side of the propeller? If anyone can give me a video or detailed description of how to do this i would really appreciate it, i can simply not understand the manual on how it wants me to do it, cheers!
 jzzto 234 points
you have to glue one nut on the prop shaft where the propeller should go, and then use something to secure the propeller whith the other nut... not a very pretty way...but was what i did. Or you can do it the other way, use a gasket or metal piece to prevent the nut near the motor to enter in the propeller and then tighten the propeller with the other nut inside it.... i had some problems with the motor.. it said it could handle 3s... but ended up toasted after 20 seconds of moderate flying...
 Gerald 41 points
Install it as you would any GWS style prop.
Homey6  24 points - 1/26/2014
Hey guys, I don't want to pull this thing apart but I'm thinking of beefing up the outrunner in the future. Any suggesions?
 Turkish Flyer 873 points
Peter ____ ~ FLY1ON ~ states below that the motor has plenty of power. You may want to follow the old saying which still holds true ... ' If it isn't broken don't fix it. ' ... before tearing things apart.
 jzzto 234 points
go for a bell style with 250 or 300W it will give a little more capabilities... my original motor was very underpowered and had to replace it, but as the plane was seriusly "injured" i opted for an NTM 2826 outrunner 1200kv plush 25A and improved considerably for a trainer
Customer Reviews
Overall Rating
5 thumbs up!
This is THE BEST beginner airplane ever!!! Really easy to fly and handle, though not a sports plane, it teaches all that is needed to anyone who is learning to use ailerons. Withstands hard landings and is easy to fix if affected by a crash. One airplane to keep forever and return to whenever you want to have a pleasant time flying !!!

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3 thumbs up!
First of all - this is a GREAT flying airplane. Flies on little power with ease, lands easily. We have flown it with a 1300mAh Turnigy 30C. It can also do aerobatic maneuvers, including inverted flight - however: the motor mount is flimsy and will break after a short aerobatic flight. Happened to me twice... Made a ply fire wall & installed a 2822 1200Kv motor. Landing gear is also very flimsy and will wider in time. Also - ditch the 3-blade prop

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1 thumbs up!
This was my first ever RC model. I trained my self with this one. It's a magical experience to fly this model. It's so easy and predictable. It's a slow flier and offers a lot of fun and relaxing fly even to experienced pilots. I will agree with the fellows above. It needs a better motor mount (I fixed mine too) and a little bit more power. a 1100-1150Kv would be fine for this 3 blades prop. Even better, use a two blade 9x6 or 10x5.

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1 thumbs up!
I learned to fly with this plane. You will earn your wings in no time with this great easy flyer.Take offs are great and floats down very, very nice.
HK you need this bird in stock all the time, been awhile since I have seen any for sale. Might just buy another one to keep in my collection...

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1 thumbs up!
This was my first R/C plane. After 3 years I still have spare wings unused. I iron covered all foam surfaces with duct tape to make it indestructible. Check my video on you tube "Wilga on floats"

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