Dynam Waco Yellow 1270mm (50") Wingspan - PNP
Dynam Waco Yellow 1270mm (50") Wingspan - PNP - DY8952PNP
The Dynam Waco Bi-Plane offers an appealing combination of performance, style and affordability. Designed using the latest technology in durable EPO foam providing lightweight and structural rigidity. The result is an aircraft that offers awesome levels of performance. This bi-plane spans its wings at 50 inches and sits at an overall length of almost 39 inches. The large prop is thrown by a BM3720A-650KV brushless motor supported by a Dynam 40A electronic speed controller. Control surfaces are handled by four 9 gram Detrum servos and includes a steerable tail wheel for easy taxing around the runway. Requires a 14.8V 2200mah Li-Po Battery, 4 channel radio and receiver. When more power is needed during sports aerobatic flying the Detrum power system delivers it effortlessly and smoothly. An easy access hatch allows for quick battery changes without having to remove the wings. The power plant and scale like features allow this plane to fly gracefully with outstanding flight characteristics.
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- Highly scaled and attractive yellow paint scheme plus decal trim sheet
- Powerful BM3720A-KV650 Brushless Outrunner motor
- Dynam Waco Yellow 1270mm (50") Wingspan - Receiver Ready - (PNP)
- 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
- 4 Cell 14.8V 2200 mAh LiPo Battery with XT60 connector - EPR22004X6
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
1270mm / 50in
983mm / 38.7in
|CG (Center of Gravity)||70-75mm from the leading edge of the top wing|
BM3720A-KV650 Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
40A Brushless with XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
9g x 4
4S 14.8V 2200mAh LiPo (required)
4 Channel (required)
|Build Time||2 Hours|
Product Spare Parts
Product Questions & AnswersNOTE: Questions submitted on this page are answered by customers who have previously purchased this item. If you have a support related question that requires immediate assistance, please visit our Help Center.
- November 18, 2016 - Do not use lock tite on the bolts that attach the wing struts to the wing. For the RTF version make sure the included Detrum receiver/gyro is securely mounted to the fuselage before attempting to fly.
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OMG, my WACO!!
I bought the original full-size Waco that was the basis for this model back in 1998. When I came across this page and saw the pictures, my jaw dropped. N7020L was her tail number, and everything else I see in the pictures is accurate. I did scenic tours in W. Michigan summers, and Palm Beach County in the winters; put about 1800 hours on it in 3 years. What a joy to own and fly! Best 3 years of my life... Don't know if this review is acceptable, since I've never gotten into RC models, but this ad just gave me a thrill and a lump in my throat.
An OK plane, however...
The plane arrived some time ago, but I haven't had the time to assemble it until now. What to say? Overall, the plane is OK. Nothing spectacular, flies well and it is a lot of fun. In my opinion, the entire tail section is to soft and flimsy, but it does the job. The biggest problem I had was with quality control. The vertical stabilizer and rudder came bent to a ridiculous degree... an Orca fin comes to mind... The right half of the upper wing was so bent that the plastic spar that was glued in it popped out. Both parts required some hard core straitening. Even with a straitened upper wing, the glue up process was a challenge because the cross section surfaces were curved and did nod connect flush, and the glue that came with the plane needs a thin application and flush surfaces to cure... otherwise it does not cure... ever! The magnetic locks on the front canopy also needed some work because the magnets in the battery compartment weren't contacting the ones on the canopy and it kept flying off. Had some trouble with the ECS as well, it kept reporting an invalid voltage on battery error, which was not the case. Just when I was ready to replace it, it came to its senses and kept working well. Apart from mentioned, the rest of the assembly process went pretty easy. I did have to guess a few time on some minor bits because... Assembly instructions were almost nonexistent, however I was pleasantly surprised by straightforward and very usable instructions for programing the ECS. All in all, the plane is good, but the quality control is terrible. I don't think I will be buying any more Dynam products.
Good plane, easy to assemble and great flying
Dynam Waco 50"
My second DW is a nice and good quality rc plane.
go s together good nice looking did not like decals have not put it in the air yet
My Dynam Waco
This my second Waco and I love this plane though it is kind a difficult to assemble. I really like that is why when my first one crashed the last time I ordered a new one to replace it even though I waited 3 months to get it. The only thing I don't like with this new version was the head light led. Why did they make the LED RED instead of white? It's weird to have a RED headlight. Also the props are very unbalanced.
Pleased that the plane arrived without most of the issues mentioned in RC Groups over time. The "sunken magnet" issue remains in the battery compartment but is easily corrected. Maidened with a 3 cell and it performed as gently, steadily and enjoyable as other users have mentioned. Plan to add rigging later but for the moment a very enjoyable plane to display and fly.
Waco quality issues
This is my second Dynam Waco. The first Succumbed to pilot error. The quality of this second Waco was not as good as the first. A fiberglass spar was missing from one half of the upper wing. The rudder servo had high hysteresis and had to be replaced. Several of the clevis clips had to be replaced. One was stripped on the push rod while the other had a locking tip break. Both propellers had to be balanced. The rudder was distorted like a potato chip and had to be straightened using a hair dryer. Paint finish was not as good as the first Waco.
Dynam Waco yellow
There are a few little things I didn't care for like the front windscreen was brown. I had to purchase some paint to try to match the fuselage. Install some bushings in the wheels to take out the slop. The wingtip lights colors are on the wrong side and the leading edge landing lights on the lower wing are red, they should be white. The airplane itself flys great and has a nice presence in the sky. Fun to fly. Very good entertainment for the price.