ULTRAFLY ULTIMATE w/C/13/28 BRUSHLESS

Brand: Ultrafly

Part Number: UF-ULT-C13-Y

£78.18 Web Price RRP £82.29

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Ultrafly Ultimate Yellow w/C/13/28 Brushless Motor/Gearbox

Challenge yourself again with the Ultrafly Ultimate! The low wing loading 7oz/ft2 (20g/dm2) is even lighter than a 1.20 glow powered Ultimate. Imagine "The floating slow motion aerobatic maneuvers under your control". Ever suffered the heartbreaking loss of engine aerobatic model? Ultrafly Ultimate lets you master difficult tricks at a slow comfortable pace. Additional advantages are:

  • Assembly 4 hours
  • Slower flying speed for aerobatic maneuvers/practice
  • Foam structure absorbs impact in crash & reduces damage
  • Easy to repair at the flying field with cheap option parts
With its two 35"(90cm) span wings and low all-up weight of only 22oz(600g), our Ultimate lets you perform crisp aerobatics at easy, 'floating' speeds of just 12-20mph (20=36km/h). It tracks straight and true to whatever direction you point and rolls at three rounds per second. Imagine executing perfect Cuban 8s with two full circles of equal size. You can also enter (and get out of) flat spins with ease - or fly vertical, pause, and then go smoothly on your way. With the necessary power and radio set-up, you'll have no problem at all performing F3A and 3D fun fly maneuvers. And, after mixing aileron and elevator, you'll be able to fly indoors, too! As one of the highlights in Ultrafly's line-up of aerobatic models, this little Ultimate amazes people wherever it's flown. It is what the name implies - the 'ULTIMATE' aerobatic foam model on the market!

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