Dynam Gee Bee Y with Gyro 1270mm (50") Wingspan - RTF
Dynam Gee Bee Y with Gyro 1270mm (50") Wingspan - (Ready-To-Fly) - RTF - DY8955RTF
This is the new Stabilized Ready-To-Fly version. This model comes with the Detrum MSR66A 6CH 2.4Ghz Mini Receiver with iStone 6-Axis Gyro/ABS built in for auto-stabilization and recovery. For more information on the MSR66A click here.
The Gee Bee Model Y Senior Sportster was a sports aircraft built in the United States in the early 1930s by the Granville Brothers. Essentially an enlarged two-seat version of the single-seat Sportster, it was a low-wing strut-and-wire-braced monoplane of conventional—if short-coupled—design with open cockpits and fixed tailskid undercarriage. The first of the two examples constructed was built for the Granville Brothers company itself and served as a support aircraft for the R-1 and R-2 racers and also for competition in its own right.
Dynam's Gee Bee Y RTF is ready for the all the races and barnstorming you can imagine! Included is a GAVIN-6A 6-Channel 2.4GHz Transmitter, Detrum MSR66A 6-Channel 2.4Ghz Mini Receiver with iStone 6-Axis Gyro/ABS and 3S 11.1V 2200 mAh Li-Po Battery so you're ready for a hair-raising, thrill-inducing ride once the build is complete!
- NEW! 6-Channel Mini Receiver with built in gyro to conveniently support auto stabilization and recovery
- Realistic scale features including attractive Gee Bee Y paint scheme, hand painted pilot figure and molded panel lines
- Powerful BM3715A-KV1050 Brushless Outrunner motor
- Dynam Gee Bee Y with Gyro 1270mm (50") Wingspan - RTF
- GAVIN-6A 6-Channel 2.4GHz transmitter
- Detrum MSR66A 6-Channel 2.4Ghz mini receiver with iStone 6-Axis Gyro/ABS
- 3S 11.1V 2200 mAh Li-Po Battery
- 3S LiPo Battery Charger
- ESC with T connector, servos, and motor come pre-installed for your convenience
- Decal set
- Nothing! Everything you need to fly is included in the box
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1270mm / 50in
980mm / 45.8in
1250g / 49.5oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||50-55mm from the leading edge at the wing root|
M3715A-KV1050 Brushless Outrunner motor
Electronic Speed Control
40A Brushless with T connector
Propeller / EDF
4x 9g standard
3S 11.1V 2200 mAh LiPo (included)
6 Channel (included)
|Build Time||2-3 Hours|
Product Spare Parts
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- landing gear
- wing plane
- servo arm
I like this airplane design so much I purchased two. One complete with all radio just to see exactly what equipment was installed. The biggest or most interesting thing that I question about this plane is the elevator set-up. Split elevator using a single servo with dual push rods. My problem comes in with the method used to connect the two push rods together at the servo. The connection is made by using a wheel retainer to hold the push rods together and then allowing the longest rod to connect to the servo arm. This seems to be a weak point that is doomed to eventually loosen and slip.
This was my second plane after my trainer. The plane went together pretty easy, but after the 3rd flight I had a landing gear fail, I found that the wheel locked up after cutting the wheel skirt open, I bought 3 more sets and the same thing happened to all 3 sets. So be prepared to modify the gear and repair foam
I love my GeeBee Y. I goes together very well and is a joy to fly and a show stopper in the air. Couldn't be happier with this model.