Eflite Hawker Hurricane take offs and landings

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E-flite Hawker Hurricane 25e - Maiden Take 2
It only took about an hour to repair the crash damage from the maiden. A little hot water took out most of the wrinkles in the foam and a straightforward repair to the flaps and a new prop was all it took to make her (almost) as good as new. Because we had no idea what caused her to crash, I programmed a new model and rebound the receiver (and reset the failsafes) just to be on the safe side. With fingers crossed, up she went. Leigh did his usual excellent job on the sticks for this flight. We can't wait until the weather improves enough for us to work on the field so that we can get rid of the bumps and lumps that winter left behind. Longish grass with a bumpy field is an excellent recipe for tail dragging small foamie warbird nose-overs! I hope you enjoy the flight! If any of you have found the right color match for the paint to touch up this beautiful little foamie warbird, please let me know what you're using, thanks very much! Thanks to Go Go Hobbies for lending me Leigh to do the flying who did a superb job as usual! E-flite Hawker Hurricane 25e Specs: Wingspan: 53.5 in (1360mm) Overall Length: 42.0 in (1060mm) Wing Area: 480 sq in (29.7 sq dm) Flying Weight: 4.50 - 4.65 lb (2.00 - 2.10kg) Motor Size: 25-size 1000Kv brushless outrunner (installed) Radio: 5+ channel full range radio system Servos: 6 digital high-speed metal hybrid gear servos (installed) CG (center of gravity): 2.50 to 3.00 in (64 to 76mm) back from the leading edge of wing at wing root Speed Control : 60A Pro Switch-Mode BEC (installed) Recommended Battery: 3200mAh 3S 11.1V 30C LiPo Flaps: Yes Retracts: Retract ready Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years Experience Level: Intermediate Recommended Environment: Outdoor Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour Is Assembly Required: Yes - Transmitter and Receiver: 5 channels minimum. 6+ channels are needed for flap and retract use. Music: The Royalty Free Music is from Jamendo at: www.jamendo.com Artist: Re-Drum Name of Album: It's Better To Burn Out Than Fade Away Song Title: Cloud Progression Link to Song: http://www.jamendo.com/en#en/track/889185/cloud-progression Creative Commons License BY-SA 3.0 Permission to share, adapt and make commercial use of the work under the condition of Attribution. Link to Creative Commons License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/





E-Flite Hawker Hurricane: Stunts and Sweet Moves!
The Hawker Hurricane from E-flite, tearing up the sky with "Foerester" at the controls. Peter does a great job piloting this bird through a pretty stiff crosswind. The new Carbon-Z design adds a lot of strength and stability to this foamy, making it feel more like a balsa wood plane. The Retractable landing gear and dual flaps are a great touch adding scale realism and functionality. Join us on Facebook and Twitter http://www.facebook.com/robscorcvideos Thanks for watching. Hit subscribe!





BRANDNEW E-flite Hawker Hurricane 25e mit Flaps und Retracts/Einziehfahrwerk
Hier seht ihr die Brandneue Hawker Hurricane von E-flite mit Landeklappen und Einziehfahrwerk EFLG200. Die Nachrüstung war sehr einfach und funktioniert einwandfrei. Eingebaut ist ein AR600 Empfänger und 60A Regler. Der Erstflug erfolgt in Kürze bei Plustemperaturen :-) und wird natürlich dann hier zu sehen sein.





E-Flite Hawker Hurricane 25e RC Airplane Bind N Fly with E-Flite Retracts 06-03-2012
My 4th Flight with this wonderful E-Flite Hawker Hurricane 25e over Moon Port Modelers RC Club in Titusville, Florida. It was Dead Calm and I have to learn how to land this model under Dead Calm conditions. A head wind is fun and helpful but, she just keeps on going in Dead Calm. My Buddy Gerry noticed that the decals seems to be painted on the airframe instead of decals. Just an amazing model.




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