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ZOHD Dart XL Extreme FPV Aircraft RC Airplane PNP

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Old 11-06-2018, 09:49 AM
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Default ZOHD Dart XL Extreme FPV Aircraft RC Airplane PNP

https://www.banggood.com/ZOHD-Dart-XL-Extreme-FPV-Aircraft-RC-Airplane-PNP-p-1365551.html

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Lets get on with it shall we

Brand Name: ZOHD
Item Name: ZOHD Dart XL “Extreme”
Material: Biodegradable BEPP
Wingspan: 1000mm (39.37”)
Length: 596mm (23.46”)
Flying speed: 25-100+km/h
Motor: 2216-1300KV
ESC: 30A w/5V 3A BEC
Servos: 9g Metal Gear Digital
Prop: 9X4.5
Recommended Battery: 4S 3300mAh
Wing area: 19.8dm²
Wing load: 60.6g/dm² (Max.)
Recommended Max. Flying weight: 1200g
Max. Flying time: 40 minutes (with recommended battery)

Features:
* Precision is the name of the game: Thanks to its revolutionary and careful design, the plane performs and looks like no other wing in the market.
* Small size airframe optimized for long range and portability… not to mention the COOL factor!
* Carefully chosen airfoil gives the aircraft an incredible lift power and excellent handling
* Detachable wing and vertical fins make it portable for an easy transport and deploy
* Keeping the tradition: Dart means swept-forward wing and swept-forward wing means stylish design and natural stability in turns and low speeds
* Fly Green: New ZOHD’s exclusive BEPP material isn’t only crash resistance, but even more important: 100% biodegradable. Future generations will thank you for that.
* Light-weight composite hard nose for better protection of your expensive camera gear
* Multi-camera nose: Compatible with 99% of the FPV and HD cameras in the market: Runcam HD, 2, 3S, Swift, Split, GoPro H4-5-6-7, Session and much more!
* Reversed wingtips, provide more lift force and ensure a super efficient wing surface
* Vortex generators for improving lift efficiency and gain higher control at low speeds. Use them straight and you will have even better Yaw stability!
* Load it as much you want with a huge equipment bay!
* Computer designed optimized air flow pod, that maximizes cooling, reducing the risk of crashes for overheated electronics
* Impact resistant protection cover for main wings leading edge and landing skids
* Built-in carbon fiber tube inside main wings for enhanced performance and rigidity
* Exclusive VTX / RX bays with excellent air flow and away from interferences
* Full spare parts supply, worry free fun. Fly it like you stole it!




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Rudder locking clip ( will replace with clearer photo)
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Main wing top panels
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Main wing bottom showing servo placement , wire routing, landing skid, accessory connector, leading edge plastic guard and elevon with connectors.
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Close up of the servo-elevon control method. The small divot it to allow a screwdriver to get to the servo arm.
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Servo connector is buried into the wing panel, a second set of pins is available for extra accessories. The front "hole" is for the main spar and the rear is a threaded brass insert for the main wing bolt.
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The rear of the wing as a plastic cover which siys in the wooden receptor at the rear of the fuse helping keep the wing solid and in place.
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Each wing has a rear landing skid which will help keep the foam away from hard surfaces. The centre section hos a hle cut through and is were the rudder locking tabs fit through.
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The main fuselage is hollow and has 2 removable canopies. The front canopy removes to gain access to the front storage area whilst the rear gives access to the esc and motor mount. All installed wiring is easily accessible and the extension wires for the servos and accessories can be easily routed creating a large inner cavity for air cooling.
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Rear bay with esc and motor mounts. The foam in this area is quite dense and strong but the extra plywood supports just add to that strength creating a roomy but solid electronics bay.
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The rear also holds the plywood outer for the plastic wing locator.
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Front battery bay and camera mount. The available area for batteries here is ENORMOUS !! i can easily fit 18 x 18650 batts in there and there is still room for one or two more and that doesnt include any of the space behind the canopy.
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Dart XL with 10x18650 batteries
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Dart XL with 18 x 18650 batteries ( this picture is altered to show the extent of the battery bay)
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Front FPV and action camera mounts
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Fuselage bottom showing front skid
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The inside of the rear upper canopy just to show that the rear is vented.
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These are the retaining bolts for the wing connector.
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Velcro take and flight controller mounts.
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Nice sticker and the plastic replacement parts for the camera holes in the nose.
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A couple of the leading edge vortex generators
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Blanks for the camera

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