RCRCM 3750mm Wingspan F5J Glider - Eagle
Eagle raise the bar to a new lever with higher quality, better fit and finish.
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).
- 3750mm Wingspan F5J Glider – Eagle
- 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: 81dm2
Flying Weight: N/A
Empty Weight: 1700-1800g
CG: 81 mm from leading edge
Tow hook setting NO
Required Radio No less than 7 channels
Recommend equipment configuration for an electric version basic configuration
Servos for wings KST DS125MG*4
Servos for fuselage KST DS215MG*2
Required Battery 6S 22.2V 3300mah 25C
Power System LC4250-12T KV410
Motor Mount Dia. 50mm
Electronic Speed Control SkyWalker-60A
Fairing size 50mm
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.