Dynam Hawk Sky V2 1370mm (53") Wingspan - PNP
Dynam Hawk Sky V2 1370mm (53") Wingspan - PNP - DY8925PNP
The Dynam Hawk Sky brushless powered glider is great for beginners. Constructed of durable EPO foam, only a small amount of assembly is required for this Receiver-Ready (PNP) glider. Powered by a 400 brushless motor which will get you in the air with little effort. Requires a 4 channel 2.4Ghz radio, a LiPo battery charger and a 3 Cell 11.1 volt 2200mAh LiPo battery to take to the skies.
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- NEW! Tomcat Skylord 30 Amp ESC with XT60 connector
- Landing gear that is easily removable for hand tosses and grass landings
- Aileron, rudder and elevator controls
- Powerful 400 Brushless motor
- Dynam Hawk Sky V2 1370mm (53") Wingspan - Receiver Ready
- ESC with XT60 connector, servos and motor come pre-installed for your convenience
- Decal set
- 4 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 4 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 4 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 4 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 3 Cell 11.1V 2200 mAh LiPo Battery with XT60 connector - EPR22003X6
- 3 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
1370mm / 53in
917mm / 36.1in
600g / 21.16oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||58-62mm from the leading edge of the wing at the root|
KV400 Brushless Motor
Electronic Speed Control
Tomcat Skylord 30 Amp ESC with XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
3x 9g standard
3S 11.1V 2200mAh LiPo with XT60 connector (required)
4 Channel 2.4Ghz (required)
|Build Time||15 minutes or less|
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Best plane for beginners
The good: 1. Easy to build even for a beginner. The PNP model comes with the ESC, motor, servos ready, so all one needs to really do is fix the wings, tail, rudder, prop, add a receiver, connect the elevator and rudder servos to the respective horns. Took me less than 2 hours to build despite being my first unsupervised RC airplane build. 2. Aerodynamically stable frame. The wing tip dihedral ensures roll stability, so the beginner pilot may devote his/her attention mostly to the elevator control. The bad (minor, as may be guessed from the 5-star overall rating): 1. The front wheel slot came off on the second landing. Had to use threaded tape to hold it in place. The tape is holding pretty good (after 5 landings so far). 2. The vertical stabilizer may be a bit oversized. So taking off in the presence of crosswind is quite difficult. I had to quit trying to take off on a day when the crosswind was of the order of 4m/s. Note that the cruise speed is itself of the order of 10m/s, so the 4m/s crosswind is quite significant for the airplane. Disclaimer: I had to first get the airplane trimmed and the CG adjusted by an expert in our local AMA club. So the airplane's first take-off was executed by an expert.
Good fpv plane
Order late evening and in 1 1/2 days it was here. I’ve never had any issues with Motion RC. Great place to buy from.
Great trainer plane
Plane is a great flyer and very forgiving. Great trainer or a lazy day flyer
okay model, good flyer..good power...flys good...
flying well. but wing is tricky seat, wing latches too flimsy. Had to modify them. Price up update, with others-would not buy again.....latches too flimsy..Sean
I love this plane, and this is my second one! I really enjoy flying this beautiful bird around. It is just the right size for since it can fit in the trunk and is a big plane! Motion RC has great products, and I am a loyal customer to them!
Good beginner plane, yes the instructions lack but there are MANY helpful videos on YOU TUBE ! WATCH THEM !
Ok, I am a Motion RC customer but I did not buy my Dynam Hawksky from Motion RC as I did not know they existed at the time I bought online. I will just say that the Dynam Hawksky V2 taught me how to fly an RC plane. I chose it because of the numerous favorable videos on You Tube, many of them are build videos so I was able to figure it out by just watching others build and fly the same model. This is a very good plane, tape the nose with shipping tape, as well as the leading edges of the wings and the horizontal stabilizer. I removed the landing gear as flying on a grass field is much better for beginners. If you crash, grass is your friend. This plane is very durable and flies nicely on a 2200 maH 3 cell Lipo. I have used as little as a 1300 maH 3 cell , the Hawksky glides even better with a smaller battery. This plane is a keeper. I ended up rebuidling the Hawksky with a new fuselage, painting the parts as I reassembled it for greater visibility in the air. I am now moving on to a 2600 mm folding prop glider but the Hawksky remains in the back seat of my truck for impromptu flying sessions, it is that good.
The instructions are very poor and the CG info is completely wrong. Had trouble getting the ESC functioning properly. My first flights went very well once I got the balance corrected. Glides nicely and is easy to land. I really enjoyed flying it, but this is not a beginner airplane build.
good deal for the money
A relaxing ride.
Ok. I'm not a beginner, I've been flying 35 years. This plane is... It's NOT a trainer. It flys well AFTER it is setup and trimmed out by an experienced pilot. Once that is done, then she's a joy. Just be advised, if your on your own and can't get a checkpilot to help you, look elsewhere.