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The Flite Test's Bloody Baron is made of water-resistant foam boards. Laser cutouts are easy to break. Parts joints with hot glue.
Four foam board sheets, rods, rudder levers, tubes, wooden skewers and a piece of velcro are sealed in a transparent plastic foil.
You can easily follow the manufacturer's instructions during construction:
Assembly begins with a wing.
The tail surfaces are prepared…
…and fuselage with replaceable power pod with electronics.
Power pod is reinforced with fiberglass adhesive tape.
Power pod is in fuselage secured with wooden sticks. Power pod can be easily replaced.
Tail stick to the fuselage and attach the servos.
The aircraft is done.
Surface finishing improves in-air visibility.
- take-off weight: 462 g
- wingspan: 74 cm
- length: 62 cm
- battery: LiPo 3S 1000 mAh
- servos: 3 x 9g micro
- receiver: FrSky S6R 2,4 GHz
- ESC: Turnigy 25A (2A BEC)
- motor: brushless 1150 kV, ⌀ 28 mm
- propeller: 9 x 4.5 "