RCRCM 2730mm F3F Glider – Strega II
The original Strega has proved its speed again and again. But slope racing has moved on and so has the Strega II. Evolution from Strega to Strega II is not a smooth or gradual thing and the Strega II is new wing section and new plan form delivers a real step up in performance. Strega II is the evolution of the famous Strega, the champion of the rapid flight or slow slope. These extraordinary performance are further improved using a new wing shape. The structure has also evolved a bit so as to make it even more robust and lightweight. Strega II has two flaps and ailerons for performing all kinds of mixes to increase flight performance, or achieve specific landings. This glider is for experienced pilots.
More speed for more fun! Strega II aerofoil and plan form have been designed in tandem in order to optimise performance whilst delivering the most benign handing characteristics of any model in it’s class. Whether it’s throwing the Strega II around on your local slope or putting the Strega II just where you want it on the race course you can do it with complete confidence.
This glider flies like magic. Easy to launch on the slope and always climbs steadily away. Flight is fast and responsive, and slow flight for landings is easy. This is a great model in every respect, and it looks superb on the ground and in the air. A real pleasure to own and fly.
Available in 4 Versions:
Fiberglass+Carbon Standard Version: Standard hollow molded fiberglass construction reinforced with carbon fiber which gives good stiffness and torsion stability with lower weight and cost. Highly recommended for sport flying.
Carbon Version: Wings built using carbon cloth as well as fuselage reinforced with carbon from leading edge of the wing to the tail. This configuration gives the model enormous stiffness and torsion stability.
The first two versions are available in stock. We also can produce two custom versions; Light Carbon Version (less weight) and Double Carbon Version (with two layers of carbon).
- Control Surfaces: V-tail, Ailerons and Flaps
- Two-piece hollow molded composite Carbon or Fiberglass wing design
- Carbon Fiber reinforced wing with square wing joiner
- Live hinges on the wing and rudder with pre-installed wipers
- Smooth, gel-coated finish with pre-painted graphics
- Fuselage hatch for V-tail servos
- Glider fiberglass or full carbon with a beautiful finish comes with all necessary accessories for mounting
- 2730mm Wingspan F3F Glider – Strega
Ballast Tube(for Motorless Glider only) , Motor mount(for electric version only), servo support, Push Rod, Clevis, Linkage Rod, Control horn, Servo Cover, Wing joiner, tail joiner, servo plate
Wing area: 56.5dm2
Flying Weight: N/A
Empty Weight: Fiberglass+Carbon Standard Version:1610g
Carbon Version: 1720g
CG: 102-110 mm from leading edge
Tow hook setting NO
Required Radio No less than 6 channels
Recommend equipment configuration for a motorless version basic configuration
Servos for wings KST DS125MG*4
Servos for fuselage KST DS215MG*2
Required Battery 4S 14.8V 2600mah 25c
Power System LC3542-7T KV780
Motor Mount Dia. 38mm
Electronic Speed Control SkyWalker-60A
Fairing size 40mm
(All measurements at the (widest part of the control)
Elevator up/down 7mm
Aileron 14/-8mm flap mix of 4/-3
Snap flap 3mm at the flap, ailerons TE matching movement
CROW- 90 degree flaps 15 degree up aileron 3mm down elevator
Speed settings -1mm reflex Aileron setting 14/-9
Paint Scheme is also available in a wide range of colors, besides standard color scheme presents on this website and can also include some other color schemes.
Another important thing about the surface of the glider: this RCRCM glider is fully moulded. Mould precision ensures that each glider has a complete aerodynamic layout but in the process of composite production, there is a slight chance of very tiny air bubbles or slight cloth grain. In the unlikely event that these small imperfections exist, they do not affect the structural strength or flight performance.
Glider long term storage: Hang glider vertically to reduce the stress on the glider surfaces to avoid deformation that could adversely affect flight performance and trim.