Tired of Fox’s and Swift’s, try the new semi scale Stingray.
Available in two versions , standard(STD) and heavy slope(HS). the STD version is glass fibre and uses carbon and kevlar for strength. The HS is carbon, and despite the weight it can be thermalled and gains height very easily. The HS version was produced because many modellers fly with the model ballasted all the time no matter what the conditions are.
The speed of the Stingray is just as unbelievable as the precision with which the model can do aerobatics in the sky.
Owing to large curving flaps and ailerons the Stingray can fly amazingly slowly using the Butterfly setup, this also enables it to be landed with great precision.Want to fly it in lighter wind conditions, simply fit the Prismaray wings on to the same fuselage
As a result of the large surface wing area and profile, standard servos can be used.
The servo for the all moving stabiliser is mounted the servo in the back in the fuselage.
The rudder is linked by a closed loop and so the servo sits in the front in the fuselage.
Stingray STD £700
Stingray HS £850
The kit consists of:
• Carbon strengthened GRP high gloss fuselage in the basic colour • 16mm round steel bar as wing joiner • GRP canopy framework in basic colour and Transparent cover • GRP rudder in basic colour • GRP/CCFK flying stabilizer with 6 mm and 3 mm steel rods as links. • Brass bush with bearings for stabiliserWing Span 2.9metresWing area 66dmqWing profile S6061 modified 9% thickness & 1.75% camberFuselage length 1.75mWeight empty 3.5kg STD, 4.5kg HSFlying weight 5.6kg STD, 6.6kg HSControls A/F/R/E
standard servos of at least 13kg/cm torqueare suggested for the ailerons & flaps.
standard servos of at least 10kg/cm torque are suggested for the elevator & rudder