A true cold war warrior, the Mig 15 was produced in greater numbers than any jet fighter in history, it is a true classic with good reason, and this amazing EPO Plug N Fly model really does this amazing aircraft justice.
Being PNF it is a fast build, the powerful EDF unit/ESC combo is pre-installed as are all the servos. This model is a good size and needs a 4s Lipoly to achieve the kind of performance you are looking for, also for a nice change in this class, the Lipoly compartment has been designed to take a large pack for decent flight times.
As well as being a superb looking and performing model, this Mig packed with features such as pre-installed electric retracts with scale looking under-carriage legs, magnetic drop tanks, flaps are again pre-installed as are the airbrakes which you can either set up on a seperate channel or connect to extend with your flaps, in fact this tough EPO jet only needs one thing......an F-86 from this new range of cold war classics to dogfight with!
Specs: Wingspan: 1100mm Length: 1118mm Flying Weight: 1600g EDF: 70mm with 2836kv 2770 Outrunner Brushless Motor ESC: 45A Servo: 9g x 10 6~7 Channel (throttle, elevator, aileron, rudder/steering, retracts, flaps/airbrake
Includes: All Hardware Instruction Book Glue
Requires: Your Own TX/RX minimum 6 Channel 3200mAh 4s Lipoly Battery
i wrote a little piece about mine a few days back. Nice product so far. have not had a chance to fly it yet. needs a 7 channel receiver if the speed breaks are to be used. i have seen people couple them to the flaps in a video but that is a poor solution. in any case i will post a flight report as soon as i get mine done - waiting for the receiver at this point
t took a while to arrive from Washington state to California. The mail lady dropped in in at 14:00 today. I was working on another project but decided to do a quick inspection as the box looked damaged. All the parts were fine and well packed. No damage to anything. Nice start, pulled the parts out to take a look and the next thing i know, i am building it. The color scheme is pretty, looks like water decals applied to it. so there is some chipping in different places. has been going together really well. took less than 10 minutes to get the tail done. careful when you put the wings on, trial fit because the right wing went in like a breeze, nice tight fit. Left wing would not fit and took a half hour of trial fitting and sanding. It is in now, waiting for the epoxy to dry. when putting the wings in, make sure you route all the cabling over the carbon rod or they will be jammed under and impossible to move around. also route the gear cable forward otherwise you will not be able to get to it easily and would have to actually add an extension. Be patient and do a few trials before final glueing. So from opening to box to having all the parts together it took less than 3 hours, with breaks as well. Very nice and easy assembly. Will start the radio set up soon as the epoxy on the wings dry and i can move it around without concern. No pilot so get one or it will look empty. the speed breaks are spring loaded to close and the servo arm simply pushes them open. good arrangement. ove