Value Planes Cloud Walker 65 Part Two – Covering and Assembly

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Welcome back to part two of the Cloud walker 65 review. I’ll go over the processes I used to cover the plane, as well as get it ready to fly. For those of you that missed it, or just want an easy like for a refresher on part one, Click Here.

Covering the Tail Sections

Covering the Wings Halves

Covering the Fuselage

Other Items Used for Completion

Equipment Used for Completion

I chose a pair of Blue Bird BMS-380 Max Competition Metal Geared servos for the elevator and rudder in this plane. They are the perfect size for the servo tray in the Cloud Walker 65, and will have more than enough power for this particular application. A large line of Blue Bird servos are in stock and ready to ship from Redwing RC!

Servo Specifications

APPLICATION / SUITABLE:
Glider, EP Airplane & Car ( 1/16, 1/18 or 1/24 )

SPECIFICATIONS:
Torque At 4.8V4.2 kg-cm / 58 oz-in Torque At 6.0V4.7 kg-cm / 65 oz-in Speed At 4.8V0.16 sec / 60° Speed At 6.0V0.14 sec / 60°

POWER SUPPLY:
Operating Voltage Range 4.8V ~ 6.0V ( 1 ~ 2S LiPo / 2S LiFe)

MICRO SERVO:
Control System Analog

MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Ball Bearing: Single
Gear : Metal Gears

Motor: Brushed Motor

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Dimension: (mm)26.4 x 13 x 31 mm / 1.04 x 0.51 x 1.22 in
Weight: (gram)16.3 ± 0.5 grams / 0.57 oz​

OK, Back to covering…

Time for Assembly!

Summary

Contact Information

Value Planes –    valueplanes.com

Redwing RC –    redwingrc.com

Blue Bird Servos –   redwingrc.com

Hitec –   hitecrcd.com

ZAP Adhesives –   franktiano.com

DuBro –   dubro.com

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