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ST Models Discovery Electric EPO RTF

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ST Models Discovery Electric EPO

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: R3,450.00

Special Price: R3,300.00


The ST model Discovery is all about learning to fly radio control model aircraft for the very first time. The Discovery has been totally designed with that aim in mind and has all the 'easy to build' and 'easy to fly' characteristics that the beginner needs. What's more, the time between opening the box and being ready to fly is measured in minutes not hours! This 'RTF'version includes the excellent ST Model 2.4gHz radio system ( now fully compatible with the Futaba S-FHSS system), 1800mAh flight battery and balance charger as standard.

The computer designed structure has been optimised to give the best combination of stable performance, docile handling and durability. With extensive experience in designing complex EPO moulded models with carbon fibre re-inforcement and injection moulded plastic, ST Model have created a modern masterpiece in trainer design. Much of the structure is hidden deep inside but can be seen in strong light conditions as the EPO moulding becomes more transparent. For you, the owner, that is kind of unimportant as it is all pre-built inside. All you will be doing is the final assembly with a few screws. Just four will have the airframe assembled and then two small grub screws need tightening up on the elevator and rudder servo pushrods

Wingspan: 1460mm (57.5")
Length: 1220mm (48.03")
Weight: 1,250g (44.02 oz.)
Servos: 4 x 9g (Inc.)
Radio System: 2.4GHz 4 Channel (Inc.)
Electric Motor: Brushless Outrunner (Inc.)
LiPo: 3S 11.1V 1800 - 2500mAh (Inc.)
Propeller Range: 10 x 5 (Inc.)
Speed Controller: 30A Brushless (Inc.)
Wing Area: 36.5dm2 (565.8sq.in)
Wing Loading: 34.25g/dm2

Additional Information

SKU Discovery
Shaft diameter No
Property No
Max Watt No
Battery (Li-Po) 3s

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