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Super Easy 2E Electric Sailplane (Rx-R) Blue

Part: EM-TOPEASY2ERxR-B

Price: $525.00
In Stock: 1
Made In Czech Republic
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Wingspan:
75.5" (1920mm)
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Length:
44.25" (1125mm)
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Weight:
41-46 oz. (1170-1300g)
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Channels:
2,3
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Gs3020/1125, 10x4 folding (Included)
2100 3S (Included)
40mm spinner (Included)
Introducing our brand new line of Esprit Model Receiver Ready (Rx-R) model airplanes. Finally you can get the European built model you have always wanted. Super Easy comes with White Fiberglass Gel-Coated Fuselage and Balsa Wings and Tail Parts. The servos, control horns, linkages, wings, tail parts as well as the motor & ESC are all expertly assembled and installed in Our Florida Facility. Every model is expertly built and tested, just install your receiver and go fly.

One of the most impressive European made sailplanes that we have ever seen, the Super Easy 2E flies as good as it looks. Gentle, smooth, and very long flights are the standards for this beauty. The careful use of composites with competition balsa, creates a good light structure that will hold its shape for a long time. The synergy of low weight and strong structure is very unusual in a production sailplane and can only be achieved with careful attention to design and construction. The entire model is constructed using free-flight techniques. Top Model uses the latest construction techniques such as CNC milling and laser cutting. The wings as well as stabilizer are all classic balsa/ply built-up construction. The fuselage is gel-coated fiberglass with white finish. Whole model is covered with Ultracote. Control surfaces are hinged with adhesive tape. This fully built sailplane needs only basic assembly and motor/radio installation. The two piece wing and horizontal stabilizer are each easily removable for transport and storage. Each part is carefully hand-crafted with meticulous attention to detail. Value is simply incredible.

Great sport or entry level competition F5J/LMR (Limited Motor Run) or ALES (Altitude Limited Electric Soaring) electric sailplane.

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Special Features:
- Control Surfaces: Elevator, Rudder
- Expertly covered, with all seams hand-sealed
- Elegant gel-coated white fiberglass fuselage
- Two-piece, plug-in wing design
- Classic Balsa/Ply, D-box wing construction
- Ultracote covered wings and tail parts
- Includes all necessary hardware
- Virtually perfect, extremely clean and well made

More information (links):
* Building Instructions (.pdf)

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Wing area
Wing loading
Empty weight
: S7012
: 680 sq.in. (43.8 sg.dm)
: 8.5-9.5 oz/sq.ft. (26.5-30 g/sg.dm)
: 20 oz. (570g)
Flash Video:

Optional Upgrades:
(1) Super Easy Wing with Ailerons
(1) Super Easy Wing with Flaps

Included:
(1) Hyperion Gs3020-8/1125
(1) Jeti Eco 40 ESC
(1) 2100 3S battery
(2) HS-65HB servo (rudder, elevator)
(1) BB 40/5/8mm folding spinner
(1) Aeronaut 10x4 folding propeller
(1) Deans connector

 

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Product Reviews:

(1 Rating, 1 Review) Average Rating:
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Great novice sailplane
William Becher (Santa Fe, NM) 12/26/2015 2:12 PM
The Super Easy is super easy to fly and the flaps help make accurate landings. It thermals well and doesn't seem to have any bad habits. Stalls are straight without much tendency to drop a tip. There are a few issues though. The plastic bolts that come with the plane will strip if you keep screwing them after the fuselage and wing mate. I threw them away and replaced them with standard 5mm nylon bolts. The small metal pivot for the flying stabilizer will work out with disastrous results if you don't glue it in carefully. I suggest using medium CA sparingly then cover the ends with epoxy. The front part of the canopy flares out a bit and will catch a prop blade. I use vinyl tape to tape down the canopy and keep the edges from flaring out. As built, the servo tray in the fuselage is flimsy balsa, and can break in a hard landing. You could try stiffening it at the corners with some CA, or better replace it with 1/8th light plywood. The pushrod for the stabilizer is plastic inside a plastic housing and has a lot of binding. I've had the inner plastic pushrod break where it's attached to the clevis at the stab. Also the pushrod housing has come loose where it's glued inside the fin. I've replaced it with a Sullivan 36" metal cable pushrod (#507)that's much more flexible and stronger. The Sullivan pushrod has a thin plastic housing that slides right into the original housing.