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Introducing the twin 70mm Freewing AL37 Airliner. With a length of 2000mm (78.75") and a wingspan of 1830mm (72"), it's the largest EDF produced by Freewing to date. This model uses EPO foam with integrated aluminum carbon to strengthen the airframe while limiting the weight of the model to the greatest possible extent. Except for the foam fuselage, all the other components require only screws to complete an easy assembly.
A control board with ribbon wire is used to simplify the wires between the main wing and the fuselage for easy assembly and disassembly for transport. The built-in wiring channel of the main wing is easy to use and retains the overall scale appearance of this gorgeous airliner. Add to it 11 pre-installed LED lights throughout the aircraft and you will love taking leisure flights at dawn and dusk with this AL37 airliner.
The Freewing AL37 Airliner uses two 3048-2150KV brushless outrunners housed in 70mm EDF casing with 12-blade fans. Those are powered by two 60A brushless ESC and need just one 6S LiPo to limit weight and allow this airliner to cruise comfortably at less than half throttle. In the case of a 6S 5000mAh battery, the maximum flight time can stretch to potentially 10 minutes with the proper throttle usage.
The front and rear landing gears are made of aluminum alloy and have shock absorption function and will make scale landings on the mains an enjoyable experience with each and every flight. Also, the larger size of the wheels (Nose wheel diameter: 45mm, Main wheel diameter: 70mm) make take-offs and landings a breeze in most grassland environments. This model has a beautiful air posture, and good stability in high and low speed. It is very suitable for an immersive flight like FPV and is an excellent leisurely flyer that every EDF jet pilot can enjoy.
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