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2 EN As the user of this product, you are solely responsible for operating in a manner that does not endanger yourself and others or result in damage to the product or the property of others. • Always keep a safe distance in all directions around your model to avoid collisions or injury. This model is controlled by a radio signal subject to interference from many sources outside your control. Interference can cause momentary loss of control • Always operate your model in open spaces away from full-size vehicles, trafﬁc and people. • Always carefully follow the directions and warnings for this and any optional support equipment (chargers, rechargeable battery packs, etc.). • Always keep all chemicals, small parts and anything electrical out of the reach of children. • Always avoid water exposure to all equipment not speciﬁcally designed and protected for this purpose. Moisture causes damage to electronics. • Never place any portion of the model in your mouth as it could cause serious injury or even death. • Never operate your model with low transmitter batteries. • Always keep aircraft in sight and under control. • Always use fully charged batteries. • Always keep transmitter powered on while aircraft is powered. • Always remove batteries before disassembly. • Always keep moving parts clean. • Always keep parts dry. • Always let parts cool after use before touching. • Always remove batteries after use. • Always ensure failsafe is properly set before ﬂying. • Never operate aircraft with damaged wiring. • Never touch moving parts. • NEVER LEAVE CHARGING BATTERIES UNATTENDED. • NEVER CHARGE BATTERIES OVERNIGHT. • By handling, charging or using the included Li-Po battery, you assume all risks associated with lithium batteries. • If at any time the battery begins to balloon or swell, discontinue use immediately. If charging or discharging, discontinue and disconnect. Continuing to use, charge or discharge a battery that is ballooning or swelling can result in ﬁre. • Always store the battery at room temperature in a dry area for best results. • Always transport or temporarily store the battery in a temperature range of 40–120º F (5–49º C). Do not store the battery or aircraft in a car or direct sunlight. If stored in a hot car, the battery can be damaged or even catch ﬁre. • Always charge batteries away from ﬂammable materials. • Always inspect the battery before charging and never charge damaged batteries. • Always disconnect the battery after charging, and let the charger cool between charges. • Always constantly monitor the temperature of the battery pack while charging. • ONLY USE A CHARGER SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO CHARGE LI-PO BATTERIES. Failure to charge the battery with a compatible charger may cause ﬁre resulting in personal injury and/or property damage • Never discharge Li-Po cells to below 3V under load. • Never cover warning labels with hook and loop strips. • Never leave charging batteries unattended. • Never charge batteries outside recommended levels. • Never attempt to dismantle or alter the charger. • Never allow minors to charge battery packs. • Never charge batteries in extremely hot or cold places (recommended between 40–120° F or 5–49° C) or place in direct sunlight. CAUTION:All instructions and warnings must be followed exactly. Mishandling of Li-Po batteries can result in a ﬁre, personal injury, and/or property damage. Battery Charging Warnings Safety Precautions and Warnings NOTICE All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to change at the sole discretion of Horizon Hobby, LLC. For up-to-date product literature, visit www.horizonhobby.com and click on the support tab for this product. Meaning of Special Language: The following terms are used throughout the product literature to indicate various levels of potential harm when operating this product: WARNING: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of property damage, collateral damage, and serious injury OR create a high probability of superﬁcial injury. CAUTION: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of physical property damage AND a possibility of serious injury. NOTICE: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create a possibility of physical property damage AND little or no possibility of injury. WARNING: Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become familiar with the features of the product before operating. Failure to operate the product correctly can result in damage to the product, personal property and cause serious injury. This is a sophisticated hobby product. It must be operated with caution and common sense and requires some basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this Product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage to the product or other property. This product is not intended for use by children without direct adult supervision. Do not use with incompatible components or alter this product in any way outside of the instructions provided by Horizon Hobby, LLC. This manual contains instructions for safety, operation and maintenance. It is essential to read and follow all the instructions and warnings in the manual, prior to assembly, setup or use, in order to operate correctly and avoid damage or serious injury. 14+ AGE RECOMMENDATION: Not for children under 14 years. This is not a toy. WARNING AGAINST COUNTERFEIT PRODUCTS: If you ever need to replace your Spektrum receiver found in a Horizon Hobby product, always purchase from Horizon Hobby, LLC or a Horizon Hobby authorized dealer to ensure authentic high-quality Spektrum product. Horizon Hobby, LLC disclaims all support and warranty with regards, but not limited to, compatibility and performance of counterfeit products or products claiming compatibility with DSM or Spektrum technology.
3 EN Table of Contents Box Contents Speciﬁcations To register your product online, visit www.parkzone.com If you own this product, you may be required to register with the FAA. For up-to-date information on how to register with the FAA, please visit https://registermyuas.faa.gov/. For additional assistance on regulations and guidance on UAS usage, visit knowbeforeyouﬂy.org/. Quick Start Information Transmitter Setup Blank (Acro) Model Servo Reversing: Rudder: Normal Elevator: Normal Aileron: Normal DO NOT Reverse Throttle Travel Adjust ( All Surfaces): 100% Dual Rates Hi Rate Low Rate Ail =13mm =13mm =9.5mm =9.5mm Ele =16mm =16mm =13mm =13mm Rud =22mm =22mm =16mm =16mm Center of Gravity (CG) 63.5mm back from leading edge at the root. Flight Timer Setting 5-7 minutes 30 oz (875 g) 36 in (915mm) 44 in (1120mm) Motor: 480 BL Outrunner; 960Kv (PKZ4416) Installed Installed ESC: 30A Pro SB Brushless ESC (EFLA1030B) Installed Installed Servos: Short lead 3-wire mini servo (PKZ1060) SV80 Long lead 3-wire (PKZ1081) DSV130 Metal gear 3-wire (PKZ1090) Installed Installed Receiver: Spektrum™ AR636 AS3X 6-Channel Sport Receiver (SPMAR636) Installed Required to Complete Recommended Battery: 11.1V 3S 1800-2200mAh Li-Po Required to Complete Required to Complete Recommended Battery Charger: 3-cell Li-Po battery balancing charger Required to Complete Required to Complete Recommended Transmitter: Full-Range 6 channel (or more) 2.4GHz with Spektrum™ DSM2® /DSMX® technology with adjustable Dual Rates. Required to Complete Required to Complete 314.0 Sq In (20.3 Sq Dm) Preﬂight...............................................................................................4 Model Assembly ..................................................................................4 Control Horn and Servo Arm Settings ...................................................6 Transmitter and Receiver Binding / Switching ON and OFF SAFE® Select.....7 SAFE® Select Switch Designation.........................................................8 Battery Installation and ESC Arming.....................................................8 Center of Gravity (CG) .........................................................................9 Control Direction Test...........................................................................9 Flying Tips and Repairs......................................................................10 Post Flight .........................................................................................10 Motor Service ....................................................................................11 Nose Gear Service .............................................................................11 Troubleshooting Guide .......................................................................12 AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code...........................................13 Limited Warranty ...............................................................................14 Contact Information ...........................................................................14 FCC Information.................................................................................15 IC Information....................................................................................15 Compliance Information for the European Union.................................15 Replacement Parts.............................................................................55 Optional Parts....................................................................................55 3 X 25mm
4 EN Preﬂight Model Assembly 1 Remove and inspect contents. 2 Read this instruction manual thoroughly. 3 Charge the ﬂight battery. 4 Fully assemble the airplane. 5 Install the ﬂight battery in the aircraft (once it has been fully charged). 6 Check the Center of Gravity (CG). 7 Apply Dual Rate values to your transmitter 8 Bind the aircraft to your transmitter. 9 Make sure linkages move freely. 10 Perform the Control Direction Test with the transmitter. 11 Adjust ﬂight controls and transmitter. 12 Perform a radio system Range Test. 13 Find a safe open area to ﬂy. 14 Plan ﬂight for ﬂying ﬁeld conditions. Wing Installation 1. Remove the canopy from the fuselage. 2. Turn the wing and fuselage so their bottom sides face up. 3. Place the wing’s aileron servo connectors (A) into the rectangular hole in the fuselage. 4. Slide the two guide pins (B) of the wing into the two holes in the fuselage. 5. Align and attach the wing to the fuselage using a screw (C). 6. Inside the fuselage, connect both aileron servo connectors to the aileron Y-harness. There is no difference between the two connections on a Y-harness. Left and right servo connectors do not have to be connected to a particular side of a Y-harness. 7. When needed, disassemble in reverse order. CAUTION: DO NOT crush or otherwise damage wiring when attaching the wing to the fuselage. 3 X 25mm C B A
5 EN Model Assembly Continued Tail Installation 1. Place the model on its landing gear. 2. Turn the horizontal tail so the control horn faces down. 3. Slide the horizontal tail in the horizontal tail mount until it is centered perpendicular to the vertical tail. 4. Apply 4 pieces of tape (A) on the fuselage mounts and the top and bottom of the horizontal tail. 5. Attach the clevis to the elevator control horn (see instructions for clevis connection). 6. When needed, disassemble in reverse order. Landing Gear Installation 1. Turn the model so the bottom of the wing faces up. 2. Install the main landing gear by inserting the main gear struts (A) into the corresponding gear plate hole located on each wing. 3. Carefully turn each strut in the gear plate until the horizontal section (B) of the strut gently snaps into place. 4. Loosen the nose gear screw (C) in the nose gear arm before installing the nose gear strut (D). The screw may be fully installed at the factory, so loosen the screw enough to ensure the screw does not block the strut. A hole in the cowling allows a screwdriver to be used to turn the screw on the nose gear arm. If more maneuvering space is needed, remove the propeller and cowling from the model before installing the nose gear (as shown in the “Motor Service” section of this manual). 5. Install the nose gear strut so the ﬂat surface of the strut faces forward. The coil in the nose gear strut should face the rear of the airplane. Fully insert the nose gear strut into the nose gear arm. When inserted, the top of the strut will touch the upper portion of the ﬁrewall. 6. Fully tighten the nose gear screw against the ﬂat surface of the nose gear strut. 7. When needed, disassemble in reverse order. Always ensure the steering linkage clevis on the rudder servo arm is correctly adjusted so the model steers straight when the rudder control is at neutral. A D C A B
6 EN Model Assembly Continued Control Horn and Servo Arm Settings The table to the right shows the factory settings for the control horns and servo arms. Fly the aircraft at factory settings before making changes. After ﬂying, you may choose to adjust the linkage positions for the desired control response. See the table to the right. Clevis Installation • Pull the tube from the clevis to the linkage. • Carefully spread the clevis, then insert the clevis pin into the desired hole in the control horn. • Move the tube to hold the clevis on the control horn. Control Surface Centering After assembly and transmitter setup, conﬁrm that the control surfaces are centered. If the control surfaces are not centered, mechanically center the control surfaces by adjusting the linkages. If adjustment is required, turn the clevis on the linkage to change the length of the linkage between the servo arm and the control horn. After binding a transmitter to the aircraft receiver, set the trims and sub-trims to 0, then adjust the clevises to center the control surfaces. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Horns Arms Elevator Ailerons Rudder More control throw Less control throw Nose gear
7 EN Install Bind Plug Bind TX to RX Remove Bind Plug RX in Bind Mode Install Bind Plug Remove Bind Plug RX in Bind Mode Bind TX to RX Transmitter and Receiver Binding / Switching ON and OFF SAFE® Select Bind Plug Installation Binding Procedure / Switching OFF SAFE Select IMPORTANT: The included AR636 receiver has been programmed for operation speciﬁcally for this aircraft. Refer to the receiver manual for correct setup if the receiver is replaced or is used in another aircraft. CAUTION: When using a Futaba® transmitter with a Spektrum DSM module, you must reverse the throttle channel and rebind. Refer to your Spektrum module manual for binding and failsafe instructions. Refer to your Futaba transmitter manual for instructions on reversing the throttle channel. Make sure the transmitter is powered off. Move the transmitter controls to neutral (ﬂight controls: rudder, elevators and ailerons) or to low positions (throttle, throttle trim). * Install a bind plug in the receiver bind port. Place the aircraft on a level surface, connect the ﬂight battery to the ESC. The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 ﬂat tones followed immediately by 2 ascending tones conﬁrm that the LVC is set correctly for the ESC. The orange bind LED on the receiver will begin to ﬂash rapidly. DO NOT remove the bind plug at this time. Take 3 steps away from the aircraft /receiver and then power ON the transmitter while holding the transmitter bind button or switch. Refer to your transmitter’s manual for speciﬁc binding instructions. IMPORTANT: Do not to point the transmitter’s antenna directly at the receiver while binding. IMPORTANT: Keep away from large metal objects while binding. The receiver is bound to the transmitter when the orange bind light on the receiver stays orange. The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 ﬂat tones followed immediately by 2 ascending tones. The tones indicate the ESC is armed, provided the throttle stick and throttle trim are low enough to trigger arming. Remove the bind plug from the bind port. IMPORTANT: Once bound, the receiver will retain its bind and last setting until it has been intentionally changed, even when power is cycled ON and OFF. However, if you notice that bind has been lost, simply repeat the binding processs. SAFE Select OFF Indication Every time the receiver is powered ON the surfaces will cycle back and forth once to indicate that SAFE Select has been switched OFF. The throttle will not arm if the transmitter’s throttle control is not put at the lowest position. If you encounter problems, follow the binding instructions and refer to the transmitter troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed, contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support ofﬁce. Binding Procedure / Switching ON SAFE Select IMPORTANT: The included AR636 receiver has been programmed for operation speciﬁcally for this aircraft. Refer to the receiver manual for correct setup if the receiver is replaced or is used in another aircraft. CAUTION: When using a Futaba® transmitter with a Spektrum DSM module, you must reverse the throttle channel and rebind. Refer to your Spektrum module manual for binding and failsafe instructions. Refer to your Futaba transmitter manual for instructions on reversing the throttle channel. Make sure the transmitter is powered off. Move the transmitter controls to neutral (ﬂight controls: rudder, elevators and ailerons) or to low positions (throttle, throttle trim).* Install a bind plug in the receiver bind port. Place the aircraft on a level surface, connect the ﬂight battery to the ESC. The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 ﬂat tones followed immediately by 2 ascending tones conﬁrm that the LVC is set correctly for the ESC. The orange bind LED on the receiver will begin to ﬂash rapidly. Remove the bind plug from the bind port. Take 3 steps away from the aircraft /receiver and then power ON the transmitter while holding the transmitter bind button or switch. Refer to your transmitter’s manual for speciﬁc binding instructions. IMPORTANT: Do not to point the transmitter’s antenna directly at the receiver while binding. IMPORTANT: Keep away from large metal objects while binding. The receiver is bound to the transmitter when the orange bind light on the receiver stays orange. The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 ﬂat tones followed immediately by 2 ascending tones. The tones indicate the ESC is armed, provided the throttle stick and throttle trim are low enough to trigger arming. IMPORTANT: Once bound, the receiver will retain its bind and last setting until it has been intentionally changed, even when power is cycled ON and OFF. However, if you notice that bind has been lost, simply repeat the binding processs. SAFE Select ON Indication Every time the receiver is powered ON the surfaces will cycle back and forth twice with a slight pause at neutral position to indicate that SAFE Select is switched ON. The throttle will not arm if the transmitter’s throttle control is not put at the lowest position. If you encounter problems, follow the binding instructions and refer to the transmitter troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed, contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support ofﬁce. *Failsafe: If the receiver loses transmitter communication, the failsafe will activate. When activated, failsafe moves the throttle channel to its preset failsafe position (low throttle) that was set during binding. All other channels move to actively level the aircraft in ﬂight. Switching ON SAFE Select Binding Sequence Switching OFF SAFE Select Binding Sequence BIND PLUG This product requires an approved Spektrum™ DSM2®/DSMX® compatible transmitter. Visit www.bindnﬂy.com for a complete list of approved transmitters. The aircraft has an optional SAFE Select feature, which can be switched ON or OFF easily by binding in a speciﬁc manner as described below. IMPORTANT: Before binding a transmitter, read the Transmitter Setup section of this manual to ensure that your transmitter is properly programmed for this aircraft.
8 EN Battery Installation and ESC Arming Battery Selection We recommend the E-ﬂite® 1800mAh 11.1V 3S 30C Li-Po battery (EFLB18003S30). Refer to the Optional Parts List for other recommended batteries. If using a battery other than those listed, the battery should be within the range of capacity, dimensions and weight of the E-ﬂite Li-Po battery packs to ﬁt in the fuselage. Be sure the model balances at the recommended CG. 1. Apply the loop side (soft side) of the hook and loop tape (A) to the bottom of your battery. 2. Lower the throttle and throttle trim to the lowest settings. Power on the Transmitter, then wait 5 seconds. 3. Carefully lift the back of the canopy hatch (B) to remove. 4. Install the fully charged battery (C) in the battery compartment as shown. See the Adjusting the Center of Gravity instructions for more information. 5. Make sure the ﬂight battery is secured using the hook and loop strap. 6. Connect the battery to the ESC (the ESC is now armed). • The ESC will sound 3 tones (refer to step 6 of the binding instructions for more information). • An LED will light on the receiver. If the ESC sounds a continuous double beep after the ﬂight battery is connected, recharge or replace the battery. 7. Reinstall the canopy hatch. CAUTION: Always keep hands away from the propeller. When armed, the motor will turn the propeller in response to any throttle movement. A B C SAFE® Select Switch Designation SAFE® Select technology can be easily assigned to any open switch (two or three position) on the transmitter. With this new feature, you now have the ﬂexibility to enable or disable the technology while in ﬂight. IMPORTANT: Before assigning your desired switch, ensure that the travel for that channel is set at 100% in both direction. Assigning a switch Bind the aircraft correctly to activate SAFE Select. This will allow the system to be assigned to a switch. Hold both transmitter sticks to the inside bottom corners and toggle the desired switch ﬁve times (one toggle = full up and down) to assign that switch. The control surfaces of the aircraft will move, indicating the switch has been selected. Repeat the process to deselect the switch or to assign a different switch if desired. TIP: SAFE Select is assignable on any unused Channels 5–9. Mode 1 and 2 Transmitters two or three position switch x 5 100% 100%
9 EN Control Direction Test Center of Gravity (CG) Elevator 9 Bind your aircraft and transmitter before performing these tests. Move the controls on the transmitter to ensure the aircraft control surfaces move correctly. After doing the Control Test, correctly set the failsafe. Make sure the transmitter controls are at neutral and the throttle and throttle trim are in the low position, then rebind the model to your transmitter. If the receiver loses its link to the transmitter, the failsafe automatically moves the controls and throttle settings to those made at binding. Aileron Rudder Stick Left Stick Right Up Elevator Down Elevator Stick Left Stick Right Place the battery all the way forward in the fuselage and hold the battery in place using a hook and loop strap. It is easiest to balance the aircraft inverted. 63.5mm back from the leading edge at the root.
10 EN Flying Tips and Repairs Post Flight WARNING: Always decrease throttle at propeller strike. 1 Disconnect the ﬂight battery from the ESC (Required for Safety and battery life). 2 Power OFF the transmitter. 3 Remove the ﬂight battery from the aircraft. 4 Recharge the ﬂight battery. 5 Repair or replace all damaged parts. 6 Store the ﬂight battery apart from the aircraft and monitor the battery charge. 7 Make note of the ﬂight conditions and ﬂight plan results, planning for future ﬂights. Consult local laws and ordinances before choosing a ﬂying location. Flying Field Always choose a wide-open space for ﬂying your aircraft. It is recommended that you ﬂy at a designated RC ﬂying ﬁeld. Always avoid ﬂying near houses, trees, wires and buildings. Avoid ﬂying in areas where there are many people, such as parks, schoolyards, or soccer ﬁelds. Range Check your Radio System Before you ﬂy, range check the radio system. Refer to your speciﬁc transmitter instruction manual for range test information. Takeoff For your ﬁrst ﬂights, set your transmitter timer or a stopwatch to 7 minutes. Adjust your timer for longer or shorter ﬂights once you have ﬂown the model. Place the aircraft in position for takeoff (facing into the wind). Select low rates for ﬁrst takeoff and gradually increase the throttle to 3/4 to full and steer with the rudder. Pull back gently on the elevator and climb to a comfortable altitude. Flying Fly the airplane and trim it for level ﬂight at 3/4 throttle. After landing, adjust the linkages mechanically to account for trim changes and then reset the trims to neutral. Ensure the aircraft will ﬂy straight and level with no trim or sub-trim. Landing To land the aircaft, ﬂy the airplane down to about a foot above the ground. Reduce power and add back pressure on the elevator to ﬂare the airplane. Touch down with the main wheels ﬁrst by holding the nosewheel off the ground. Avoid holding too much elevator after touchdown to prevent the plane from becoming airborne again. Gently steer with the rudder until the plane has slowed. Avoid sharp turns on the ground until the plane has slowed enough to prevent scraping the wing tips. NOTICE: If a crash is imminent, reduce the throttle and trim fully. Failure to do so could result in extra damage to the airframe, as well as damage to the ESC and motor. NOTICE: After any impact, always ensure the receiver is secure in the fuselage. If you replace the receiver, install the new receiver in the same orientation as the original receiver or damage may result. NOTICE: Crash damage is not covered under warranty. NOTICE: When you are ﬁnished ﬂying, never leave the aircraft in direct sunlight or in a hot, enclosed area such as a car. Doing so can damage the aircraft. Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC) When a Li-Po battery is discharged below 3V per cell, it will not hold a charge. The ESC protects the ﬂight battery from over-discharge using Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC). Before the battery charge decreases too much, LVC removes power supplied to the motor. Power to the motor pulses, showing that some battery power is reserved for ﬂight control and safe landing. Disconnect and remove the Li-Po battery from the aircraft after use to prevent trickle discharge. Charge your Li-Po battery to about half capacity before storage. During storage, make sure the battery charge does not fall below 3V per cell. LVC does not prevent the battery from over-discharge during storage. NOTICE: Repeated ﬂying to LVC will damage the battery. Tip: Monitor your aircraft battery’s voltage before and after ﬂying by using a Li-Po Cell Voltage Checker (EFLA111, sold separately). Repairs Thanks to the Z-Foam™ material in this aircraft, repairs to the foam can be made using virtually any adhesive (hot glue, regular CA, epoxy, etc). The horizontal tail is not made of the same material, so use only foam- compatible CA on the horizontal tail. When parts are not repairable, see the Replacement Parts List for ordering by item number. For a listing of all replacement and optional parts, refer to the list at the end of this manual. NOTICE: Use of CA accelerant on your aircraft can damage paint. DO NOT handle the aircraft until accelerant fully dries.
11 EN Motor Service Nose Gear Service CAUTION: Always disconnect the ﬂight battery before performing motor service. Disassembly 1. Use a tool to remove the spinner nut (A) from the collet (B). 2. Remove the propeller (C), backplate (D) and collet from the motor shaft. 3. Remove three screws (E) from the cowling (F). 4. Carefully remove the cowling from the fuselage. Paint may keep the cowling attached to the fuselage. 5. Remove four screws (G) from the motor mount (H) and fuselage. 6. Disconnect the motor wires from the ESC wires. 7. Remove four screws (I) and motor (J) from the motor mount. Keep the rubber washers attached to the motor mount when removing the screws and motor from the motor mount. Assembly Assemble in reverse order. • Correctly align and connect the motor wire colors with the ESC wires. • Install the propeller with the size numbers (9.5 x 7.5) facing out from the motor. • A tool is required to tighten the lock nut on the collet. A 2X5mm (3) E C D B F Hard landings may damage the nose gear. Replace damaged parts as needed. CAUTION: DO NOT handle the propeller while the ﬂight battery is connected to the ESC. Personal injury could result. 1. Remove the canopy from the model. 2. Disconnect the ﬂight battery from the model. 3. Disconnect the steering clevis from the rudder servo arm. 4. Remove the propeller and cowling from the model. (As shown in the “Motor Service” section of this manual.) 5. Loosen the nose gear screw and remove the strut. 6. Remove the two screws (A) and steering arm retainer (B) (PKZ4408, retainer with steering arm) from the ﬁrewall. 7. Pull the steering linkage (C) forward and remove the Z-bend end (D) of the linkage from the steering arm (E) (PKZ4408, including steering arm retainer). 8. Reinstall the steering arm on the Z-bend end of the linkage. 9. Install the steering arm in the ﬁrewall using the steering arm retainer and two screws. 10. Connect the linkage clevis to the rudder servo arm. 11. Install the strut using the screws. 12. Reinstall the cowling, propeller and canopy on the model. NOTICE: Always make sure the steering linkage clevis is adjusted correctly to ensure the model steers straight when the rudder control is at neutral. A 2.5X12mm (2) B C D E Not all wiring shown. 1.5X10mm (4) G 3X10mm (4) I H G J
12 EN Troubleshooting Guide Problem Possible Cause Solution Aircraft will not respond to throttle but responds to other controls Throttle not at idle and/or throttle trim too high Reset controls with throttle stick and throttle trim at lowest setting Throttle servo travel is lower than 100% Make sure throttle servo travel is 100% or greater Throttle channel is reversed Reverse throttle channel on transmitter Motor disconnected from ESC Make sure motor is connected to the ESC Extra propeller noise or extra vibration Damaged propeller and spinner, collet or motor Replace damaged parts Propeller is out of balance Balance or replace propeller Prop nut is too loose Tighten the prop nut Spinner is not tight or fully seated in place Inspect spinner to ensure it is fully seated Reduced ﬂight time or aircraft underpowered Flight battery charge is low Completely recharge ﬂight battery Propeller installed backwards Install propeller with numbers facing forward Flight battery damaged Replace ﬂight battery and follow ﬂight battery instructions Flight conditions may be too cold Make sure battery is warm before use Battery capacity too low for flight conditions Replace battery or use a larger capacity battery Aircraft will not Bind (during binding) to transmitter Transmitter too near aircraft during binding process Move powered transmitter a few feet from aircraft, disconnect and reconnect ﬂight battery to aircraft Aircraft or transmitter is too close to large metal object, wireless source or another transmitter Move aircraft and transmitter to another location and attempt binding again The bind plug is not installed correctly in the bind port Install bind plug in bind port and bind the aircraft to the transmitter Flight battery/transmitter battery charge is too low Replace/recharge batteries Bind switch or button not held long enough during bind process Power off transmitter and repeat bind process. Hold transmitter bind button or switch until receiver is bound Aircraft will not connect (after binding) to transmitter Transmitter too near aircraft during connecting process Move powered transmitter a few feet from aircraft, disconnect and reconnect ﬂight battery to aircraft Aircraft or transmitter is too close to large metal object, wireless source or another transmitter Move aircraft and transmitter to another location and attempt connecting again Bind plug left installed in bind port Rebind transmitter to the aircraft and remove the bind plug before cycling power Aircraft bound to different model memory (ModelMatchTM radios only) Select correct model memory on transmitter Flight battery/Transmitter battery charge is too low Replace/recharge batteries Transmitter may have been bound to a different aircraft using different DSM protocol Bind aircraft to transmitter Control surface does not move Control surface, control horn, linkage or servo damage Replace or repair damaged parts and adjust controls Wire damaged or connections loose Do a check of wires and connections, connect or replace as needed Transmitter is not bound correctly or the incorrect airplanes was selected Re-bind or select correct airplanes in transmitter Flight battery charge is low Fully recharge ﬂight battery BEC (Battery Elimination Circuit) of the ESC is damaged Replace ESC Controls reversed Transmitter settings are reversed Perform the Control Direction Test and adjust the controls on transmitter appropriately Motor power pulses then motor loses power ESC uses default soft Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC) Recharge ﬂight battery or replace battery that is no longer performing Weather conditions might be too cold Postpone flight until weather is warmer Battery is old, worn out, or damaged Replace battery Battery C rating might be too small Use recommended battery
13 EN AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code Effective January 1, 2014 A. GENERAL A model aircraft is a non-human-carrying aircraft capable of sustained ﬂight in the atmosphere. It may not exceed limitations of this code and is intended exclusively for sport, recreation, education and/or competition. All model ﬂights must be conducted in accordance with this safety code and any additional rules speciﬁc to the ﬂying site. 1. Model aircraft will not be ﬂown: (a) In a careless or reckless manner. (b) At a location where model aircraft activities are prohibited. 2. Model aircraft pilots will: (a) Yield the right of way to all man carrying aircraft. (b) See and avoid all aircraft and a spotter must be used when appropriate. (AMA Document #540-D.) (c) Not ﬂy higher than approximately 400 feet above ground level within three (3) miles of an airport, without notifying the airport operator. (d) Not interfere with operations and trafﬁc patterns at any airport, heliport or seaplane base except where there is a mixed use agreement. (e) Not exceed a takeoff weight, including fuel, of 55 pounds unless in compliance with the AMA Large Model Aircraft program. (AMA Document 520-A.) (f) Ensure the aircraft is identiﬁed with the name and address or AMA number of the owner on the inside or afﬁxed to the outside of the model aircraft. (This does not apply to model aircraft ﬂown indoors). (g) Not operate aircraft with metal-blade propellers or with gaseous boosts except for helicopters operated under the provisions of AMA Document #555. (h) Not operate model aircraft while under the inﬂuence of alcohol or while using any drug which could adversely affect the pilot’s ability to safely control the model. (i) Not operate model aircraft carrying pyrotechnic devices which explode or burn, or any device which propels a projectile or drops any object that creates a hazard to persons or property. Exceptions: • Free Flight fuses or devices that burn producing smoke and are securely attached to the model aircraft during ﬂight. • Rocket motors (using solid propellant) up to a G-series size may be used provided they remain attached to the model during ﬂight. Model rockets may be ﬂown in accordance with the National Model Rocketry Safety Code but may not be launched from model aircraft. • Ofﬁcially designated AMA Air Show Teams (AST) are authorized to use devices and practices as deﬁned within the Team AMA Program Document (AMA Document #718). (j) Not operate a turbine-powered aircraft, unless in compliance with the AMA turbine regulations. (AMA Document #510-A). 3. Model aircraft will not be ﬂown in AMA sanctioned events, air shows or model demonstrations unless: (a) The aircraft, control system and pilot skills have successfully demonstrated all maneuvers intended or anticipated prior to the speciﬁc event. (b) An inexperienced pilot is assisted by an experienced pilot. 4. When and where required by rule, helmets must be properly worn and fastened. They must be OSHA, DOT, ANSI, SNELL or NOCSAE approved or comply with comparable standards. B. RADIO CONTROL 1. All pilots shall avoid ﬂying directly over unprotected people, vessels, vehicles or structures and shall avoid endangerment of life and property of others. 2. A successful radio equipment ground-range check in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations will be completed before the ﬁrst ﬂight of a new or repaired model aircraft. 3. At all ﬂying sites a safety line(s) must be established in front of which all ﬂying takes place (AMA Document #706.) (a) Only personnel associated with ﬂying the model aircraft are allowed at or in front of the safety line. (b) At air shows or demonstrations, a straight safety line must be established. (c) An area away from the safety line must be maintained for spectators. (d) Intentional ﬂying behind the safety line is prohibited. 4. RC model aircraft must use the radio-control frequencies currently allowed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Only individuals properly licensed by the FCC are authorized to operate equipment on Amateur Band frequencies. 5. RC model aircraft will not operate within three (3) miles of any pre-existing ﬂying site without a frequency-management agreement (AMA Documents #922 and #923.) 6. With the exception of events ﬂown under ofﬁcial AMA Competition Regulations, excluding takeoff and landing, no powered model may be ﬂown outdoors closer than 25 feet to any individual, except for the pilot and the pilot’s helper(s) located at the ﬂight line. 7. Under no circumstances may a pilot or other person touch a model aircraft in ﬂight while it is still under power, except to divert it from striking an individual. 8. RC night ﬂying requires a lighting system providing the pilot with a clear view of the model’s attitude and orientation at all times. Hand-held illumi- nation systems are inadequate for night ﬂying operations. 9. The pilot of a RC model aircraft shall: (a) Maintain control during the entire ﬂight, maintaining visual contact without enhancement other than by corrective lenses prescribed for the pilot. (b) Fly using the assistance of a camera or First-Person View (FPV) only in accordance with the procedures outlined in AMA Document #550. (C) Fly using the assistance of autopilot or stabilization system only in accordance with the procedures outlined in AMA Document #560. Please see your local or regional modeling association’s guidelines for proper, safe operation of your model aircraft.
14 EN Limited Warranty Contact Information Country of Purchase Horizon Hobby Contact Information Address United States of America Horizon Service Center (Repairs and Repair Requests) servicecenter.horizonhobby.com/ RequestForm/ 4105 Fieldstone Rd Champaign, Illinois, 61822 USA Horizon Product Support (Product Technical Assistance) email@example.com 877-504-0233 Sales firstname.lastname@example.org 800-338-4639 European Union Horizon Technischer Service email@example.com Hanskampring 9 D 22885 Barsbüttel, Germany Sales: Horizon Hobby GmbH +49 (0) 4121 2655 100 What this Warranty Covers – Horizon Hobby, LLC, (Horizon) warrants to the original purchaser that the product purchased (the “Product”) will be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the date of purchase. What is Not Covered – This warranty is not transferable and does not cover (i) cosmetic damage, (ii) damage due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial use, or due to improper use, installation, operation or maintenance, (iii) modiﬁcation of or to any part of the Product, (iv) attempted service by anyone other than a Horizon Hobby authorized service center, (v) Product not purchased from an authorized Horizon dealer, or (vi) Product not compliant with applicable technical regulations, or (vii) use that violates any applicable laws, rules, or regulations. OTHER THAN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY ABOVE, HORIZON MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT,MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FORA PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THEY ALONE HAVE DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCT WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PURCHASER’S INTENDED USE. Purchaser’s Remedy – Horizon’s sole obligation and purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be that Horizon will, at its option, either (i) service, or (ii) replace, any Product determined by Horizon to be defective. Horizon reserves the right to inspect any and all Product(s) involved in a warranty claim. Service or replacement decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon. Proof of purchase is required for all warranty claims. SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. Limitation of Liability – HORIZON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR PRODUCTION OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED IN CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EVEN IF HORIZON HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Further, in no event shall the liability of Horizon exceed the individual price of the Product on which liability is asserted. As Horizon has no control over use, setup, ﬁnal assembly, modiﬁcation or misuse, no liability shall be assumed nor accepted for any resulting damage or injury. By the act of use, setup or assembly, the user accepts all resulting liability. If you as the purchaser or user are not prepared to accept the liability associated with the use of the Product, purchaser is advised to return the Product immediately in new and unused condition to the place of purchase. Law – These terms are governed by Illinois law (without regard to conﬂict of law principals). This warranty gives you speciﬁc legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Horizon reserves the right to change or modify this warranty at any time without notice. WARRANTY SERVICES Questions, Assistance, and Services – Your local hobby store and/or place of purchase cannot provide warranty support or service. Once assembly, setup or use of the Product has been started, you must contact your local distributor or Horizon directly. This will enable Horizon to better answer your questions and service you in the event that you may need any assistance. For questions or assistance, please visit our website at www.horizonhobby.com, submit a Product Support Inquiry, or call the toll free telephone number referenced in the Warranty and Service Contact Information section to speak with a Product Support representative. Inspection or Services – If this Product needs to be inspected or serviced and is compliant in the country you live and use the Product in, please use the Horizon Online Service Request submission process found on our website or call Horizon to obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Pack the Product securely using a shipping carton. Please note that original boxes may be included, but are not designed to withstand the rigors of shipping without additional protection. Ship via a carrier that provides tracking and insurance for lost or damaged parcels, as Horizon is not responsible for merchandise until it arrives and is accepted at our facility. An Online Service Request is available at http://www.horizonhobby.com/content/_service- center_render-service-center.If you do not have internet access,please contact Horizon Product Support to obtain a RMA number along with instructions for submitting your product for service. When calling Horizon, you will be asked to provide your complete name, street address, email address and phone number where you can be reached during business hours. When sending product into Horizon, please include your RMA number, a list of the included items, and a brief summary of the problem.A copy of your original sales receipt must be included for warranty consideration. Be sure your name, address, and RMA number are clearly written on the outside of the shipping carton. NOTICE: Do not ship LiPo batteries to Horizon. If you have any issue with a LiPo battery, please contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support ofﬁce. Warranty Requirements – For Warranty consideration, you must include your original sales receipt verifying the proof-of-purchase date. Provided warranty conditions have been met, your Product will be serviced or replaced free of charge. Service or replacement decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon. Non-Warranty Service – Should your service not be covered by warranty, service will be completed and payment will be required without notiﬁcation or estimate of the expense unless the expense exceeds 50% of the retail purchase cost. By submitting the item for service you are agreeing to payment of the service without notiﬁcation. Service estimates are available upon request. You must include this request with your item submitted for service. Non-warranty service estimates will be billed a minimum of ½ hour of labor. In addition you will be billed for return freight. Horizon accepts money orders and cashier’s checks, as well as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. By submitting any item to Horizon for service, you are agreeing to Horizon’s Terms and Conditions found on our website http://www.horizonhobby.com/content/service-center_render-service-center. ATTENTION: Horizon service is limited to Product compliant in the country of use and ownership. If received, a non-compliant Product will not be serviced. Further, the sender will be responsible for arranging return shipment of the un-serviced Product, through a carrier of the sender’s choice and at the sender’s expense. Horizon will hold non- compliant Product for a period of 60 days from notiﬁcation, after which it will be discarded. 10/2015
15 EN FCC Information Compliance Information for the European Union IC Information Instructions for disposal of WEEE by users in the European Union This product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to dispose of their waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collections point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city ofﬁce, your household waste disposal service or where you purchased the product. EU Compliance Statement: PKZ8250: Horizon Hobby, LLC hereby declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the RED and EMC Directives. PKZ8275: Horizon Hobby, LLC hereby declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the EMC Directive. A copy of the EU Declaration of Conformity is available online at:http://www.horizonhobby.com/content/support-render-compliance. IC ID: 6157A-AMRX15 PKZ8250: This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. FCC ID: BRWDASRX15 PKZ8250: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. NOTICE: Modiﬁcations to this product will void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. This product contains a radio transmitter with wireless technology which has been tested and found to be compliant with the applicable regulations governing a radio transmitter in the 2.400GHz to 2.4835GHz frequency range. Antenna Separation Distance When operating your transmitter, please be sure to maintain a separation distance of at least 20 cm between your body (excluding ﬁngers, hands, wrists, ankles and feet) and the antenna to meet RF exposure safety requirements as determined by FCC regulations. This illustration shows the approximate 20 cm RF exposure area and typical hand placement when operating your transmitter. 20 cm
55 IT Replacement Parts • Ersatzteile • Pièces de rechange • Pezzi di ricambio Optional Parts • Optionale Bauteile • Pièces optionnelles • Pezzi opzionali Part # | Nummer Numéro | Codice Description Beschreibung Description Descrizione PKZ5201 Prop Adapter Propeller Adapter Adaptateur d‘hélice Adattatore elica PKZ1012 Propeller “9.5 X 7.5” Luftschraube 9.5x7.5 Hélice 9.5X7.5 Elica “9.5 X 7.5” PKZ1060 SV120 Servo (short lead): T-28 Elevator ParkZone Mini Servo, 3 adrig, kurzes Kabel Servo SV120 (câble court) : Profondeur T-28 SV120 Servo (terminale corto): Elevatore T-28 PKZ1063 Servo Y-Harness ParkZone Servo Y-Kabel 3D2, T-28 Câble de servo en Y Cavetto a Y del servo PKZ1064 Metal Gear Set: DSV130M ParkZone Metallgetriebe DSV130M Jeu de train d‘atterrissage principal : DSV130M Set del carrello di atterraggio: DSV130M PKZ1081 SV80 Servo (long lead): T-28 Ailerons SV80 Servo mit langem Kabel Servo SV80 (câble long) : Ailerons T-28 Servo SV80 (terminale lungo): Alettoni T-28 PKZ1090 DSV130 digital, metal gear DSV130 Digitalservo MG DSV130 digital, pignons métal DSV130 digitale, ingranaggio metallico PKZ4403 Decal Sheet: T-28 Trojan T28 Dekorbogen Planche de décalcomanies : T-28 Trojan Foglio con decalcomanie T-28 Trojan PKZ4406 Main Landing Gear: T-28 T-28 Hauptfahrwerk Train d‘atterrissage principal : T-28 Set del Carrello di Atterraggio principale: T-28 PKZ4407 Nose Gear Set: T-28 T-28 Bugfahrwerk Jeu de roulette de nez : T-28 Set del carrello di atterraggio: T-28 PKZ4408 Nose Gear Steering Arm: T-28 Trojan Steuerarm Bugfahrwerk Axe de direction de roulette de nez : T-28 Trojan Braccio di guida del ruotino di coda: T-28 Trojan PKZ4413 Clear Canopy & Pilot with Pedestal: T-28 Trojan T-28 Kabinenhaube & Pilot Canopy transparent & Pilote avec piédestal T-28 Trojan Tettuccio trasparente e pilota con predellino: T-28 Trojan PKZ4416 480 BL Outrunner Motor; 960Kv 480BL Außenläufer 960Kv: Moteur brushless à cage tournante 480, 960Kv Motore a cassa rotante 480 BL; 960 Kv PKZ4418 Motor shaft: 480 Outrunner Motorwelle T-28 Moteur 480 BL Outrunner ; 960Kv Albero del motore: 480 a cassa rotante PKZ4420 Painted Wing (No Servo): T-28 T-28 Tragﬂäche Arbre de moteur : 480 Outrunner Ala verniciata (senza servo): T-28 PKZ4422 Pushrods w/Clevis: T-28 T-28 Schubstangen Aile peinte (Sans servo) : T-28 Aste di spinta con forcella: T-28 PKZ4423 Landing Gear Plates: T-28 Fahrwerksplatte T28 Trojan Tiges avec clavettes : T-28 Piastre carrello di atterraggio: T-28 PKZ4425 Horizontal Tail w/Accessories: T-28 T-28 Höhenleitwerk Plaques de train d‘atterrissage : T-28 Coda orizzontale con accessori: T-28 PKZ4426 Cowl: T-28 T-28 Motorhaube Partie horizontale de la queue avec accessoires : T-28 Cappuccio: T-28 PKZ4428 Motor Mount w/Screws: T-28/D Trojan, F4U Corsair T-28 Motorhalter mit Schrauben Capotage : T-28 Montante del motore con viti: T-28/D Trojan, F4U Corsair PKZ4467 Painted Bare Fuselage: T-28 T-28 Rumpf, lackiert Bâti moteur avec vis : T-28/D Trojan, F4U Corsair Fusoliera nuda verniciata: T-28 EFLA1030B 30-Amp Pro SB Brushless ESC 30A Pro SB Regler Fuselage nu peint : T-28 Controllo elettronico di velocità (ESC) per 30 Amp Pro SB Brushless Part # | Nummer Numéro | Codice Description Beschreibung Description Descrizione EFLA250 Park Flyer Tool Assortment, 5 pc Park Flyer Werkzeugsortiment, 5 teilig Assortiment d'outils park ﬂyer, 5pc Park Flyer assortimento attrezzi, 5 pc PKZ1015 3-Blade Prop, 9 x 7.5: F4U Corsair, T-28 Trojan Dreiblattluftschraube 8.7x6 F4U Hélice 3 pales, 9 x 7,5 : F4U Corsair, T-28 Trojan Elica a tre pale, 9 x 7.5: F4U Corsair, T-28 Trojan EFLAEC302 EC3 Battery Connector, Female (2) EC3 Akkukabel, Buchse (2) Prise EC3 femelle (2pc) EC3 Connettore femmina x batteria (2) EFLAEC303 EC3 Device/Battery Connector, Male/Female EC3 Kabelsatz, Stecker/Buchse Prise EC3 male/femelle EC3 Connettore batteria maschio/ femmina EFLB18003S30 11.1V 3S 1800mAh Li-Po 11.1V 3S 1800mAh LiPo 11.1V 3S 1800mAh Li-Po 11.1V 3S 1800mAh Li-Po EFLB22003S50 11.1V 3S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po 11.1V 3S 30C 2200mAh LiPo 11.1V 3S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po 11.1V 3S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po DYNC2025 Prophet Sport Duo 50W x 2 AC Battery Charger Dynamite Prophet Sport Duo 50W x 2 AC Ladegerät, EU Chargeur Prophet Sport Duo 50W x 2 AC Prophet Sport Duo 50W x 2 AC caricabatteria DYNC2010CA Prophet Sport Plus 50W AC DC Charger Dynamite Ladegerät Prophet Sport Plus 50W AC/DC EU Chargeur Prophet Sport Plus 50W AC DC Caricabatterie Prophet Sport Plus 50W AC DC EFLA111 Li-Po Cell Voltage Checker Li-Po Cell Voltage Checker Testeur de tension d’éléments Li-Po Voltmetro veriﬁca batterie LiPo DYN1405 Li-Po Charge Protection Bag, Large Dynamite LiPoCharge Protection Bag groß Sac de charge Li-Po, grand modèle Sacchetto grande di protezione per carica LiPo DYN1400 Li-Po Charge Protection Bag, Small Dynamite LiPoCharge Protection Bag klein Sac de charge Li-Po, petit modèle Sacchetto piccolo di protezione per carica LiPo DXe DSMX 6-Channel Transmitter Spektrum DXe DSMX 6-Kanal Sender Emetteur DXe DSMX 6 voies DXe DSMX Trasmettitore 6 canali DX6 DSMX 6-Channel Transmitter Spektrum DX6 DSMX 6-Kanal Sender Emetteur DX6 DSMX 6 voies DX6 DSMX Trasmettitore 6 canali DX7 DSMX 7-Channel Transmitter Spektrum DX7 DSMX 7 Kanal Sender Emetteur DX7 DSMX 7 voies DX7 DSMX Trasmettitore 7 canali DX9 DSMX 9-Channel Transmitter Spektrum DX9 DSMX 9 Kanal Sender Emetteur DX9 DSMX 9 voies DX9 DSMX Trasmettitore 9 canali DX18 DSMX 18-Channel Transmitter Spektrum DX18 DSMX 18 Kanal Sender Emetteur DX18 DSMX 18 voies DX18 DSMX Trasmettitore 18 canali
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