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Laser Engineered Precision Cut Balsa and Hardwood components.
Hardware, including Control Horns, and Control Linkage
Laser Cut Neoprene Gaskets
Photo-illustrated assembly manual.
Radio with at least 2 Channel Control (Spektrum DX-5)
Micro Receiver (Spektrum AR500)
1 HS-55* Servo or HS-82MG
SA Sport 400 2200KV (2216-6) Brushless Outrunner
30A Brushless ESC
GWS 7x3.5x3 Propeller**
7.4V 2100mAh LiPo
Suggested Building Supplies:
Hobby Knife with #11 Blades
220, 400, and 800 Grit Sand Paper
5 and 30 Min. Epoxy
Medium and Thick CA glue
For a quick, easy, and lasting finish***:
Deft Brand - Clear Wood Finish
Lacquer Spray Paint - (Design Master Color Tool sprays)
*When using HS-55 (non metal gear) servos we suggest installing a Dubro servo saver (DUB120)
**This propeller is not suitable for use with an 11.1V battery and 2200KV SA Sport motor.
***Alternatively, you may seal the model with nitrate dope, lacquer, or acrylic and cover with Lightex (AeroKote Lite)
Special Instructions: Never exceed the recommended battery voltage listed on the package. Do not use a separate battery supply with this controller. Never disconnect the battery supply when the motor is running.
This product is guaranteed to arrive to you operational, beyond that no additional warranty, guarantee of suitability, offer of service, or replacement is provided. We allow 30 days from the date of purchase for the end user to verify the function of this product and make a warranty claim.