I am thinning the fleet. I am listing (3) 40%ers but only letting go of the first (2) that sell !
Willing to Trade:
Yes you read it correctly this is a 31lb RTF 40% airplane. This thing is amazing to fly super stable and goes where you point it. It handles the wind better than any other 40% I have flown (and I've had the privilege of flying several of them). Even though it is rock solid in gusty winds it flies light as a feather and is very forgiving. Just an amazing bird.
Check out Video of it flying https://vimeo.com/18297334
This is the Same Plane that Colton Clark flew at the Main Flight Line at Joe Nall. It needs a new home where it can get flown more I only has had 18 flights since Joe Nall last year.
This hyperlight 40% Sbach 342 is simply amazing in performance and design. Beautifully handcrafted with extensive use of carbon fiber structure the rigidity is greater than a typical wood ARF at a much lower weight. Equipped with a DA-120 mounted inside of beautiful, truly scale, bolt-free cowl. This model was desgined to look as scale as possible while retaining awesome flight characteristics.
Team USA F3A competitor Brett Wickizer says This is your best flying 40% that I have flow
And he has flown all of my planes.
Only 31 pounds weight, RTF
DA-120 Hitec 7950’s & 7990's Mejzlik Carbon spinner Hangar 9 Pilot head, moves with rudder ! (see video) Hyde vibration-dampening motor mount JR 1222 Powersafe RX Fromeco A123 batteries Duralite Flightpower Ignition kill
Some particularly nice structural features include:
Carbon composite firewall reinforced Carbon composite landing gear plate reinforced Carbon reinforced cowls and wheel pants Carbon reinforcements in fuselage Carbon Composite wing spar Carbon Composite rudder servo tray/Fuse support Carbon fiber Wing and stab tubes Carbon/kevlar landing gear Carbon/kevlar Tail wheel bracket Carbon Composite control horns