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The famed B-24 Liberator is one of the most recognizable WWII aircraft of all time. Serving in every theater of that global conflict, the B-24 fought to bring its brave crews home through unimaginable danger. With humility and reverence, FlightLineRC and Motion RC are proud to introduce the world’s first foam electric PNP B-24 Liberator, in remembrance of the crews who gave the ultimate sacrifice and those who carry on its memory.
The FlightLineRC B-24 is approximately 1/10 scale, with a 2000mm wingspan and 1230mm length. Constructed from EPO foam and reinforced with integrated aluminum, carbon, and plastic structures, the B-24 delivers the ultimate all around experience for pilots seeking the ultimate foam PNP bomber replica. A magnetic nose section allows owners to swap between two B-24 variants, the -D (”Greenhouse” nose), and the -J (”Emerson turret” nose). The Upper Turret on both variants and the Nose Turret on the -J variant can be panned with an optional servo. Steerable tillers are pre-installed, including special provisions to fit FPV cameras inside.
The FlightLineRC B-24 uses four 3530-860KV brushless outrunner motors and four 30A ESCs. A quick disconnect ribbon wire harness consolidates wiring into a central circuit board in the fuselage. The recommended pair of 4s 14.8V 2800-4000mAh lipo batteries 2pcs can power the aircraft in excess of 110kph/70mph, for 4-10 minutes based on a pilot’s throttle management. The outboard motor pair and inboard motor pair are run from separate flight batteries, allowing for powered landings in the event of one battery failing. A 70mm tall nose wheel and 85mm tail main wheels provide stable operation grass runways, and optional suspension struts are available. Assembly is comprised of only 12 screws and gluing on external details such as antennas.
The Cessna 170 is a light, single-engined, general aviation aircraft produced by the Cessna Aircraft Company between 1948 and 1956.
It is the predecessor of the Cessna 172, which is the most produced aircraft in history.
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Fly weight:2910g (battery not included)
Propeller: 3 blades 9.5x7 ( 2PCS CW and 2PCS CCW)
Motor:3530-860KV Outer Rotor Brushless Motor (4PCS)
ESC: 30A （4PCS)
Servo:9g Metal Digital (9PCS)
Landing Gear: Regtractable landing gear
Control Channels:Throttle,Aileron,Flap,Rudder,Elevator,Landing gear
Transmitter&Receiver: 6CH or Above (PNP not included)
Battery: 4S 2800-4000MAH 35C 2PCS (PNP not included)