Freewing Spacewalker 1120mm (44") Wingspan - PNP
Freewing Spacewalker Open Cockpit Sport Racer - Receiver Ready
The Freewing Spacewalker is a fun to fly predictable replica of the famous open cockpit plane. This plane stands out from the crowd at the field. We think it is about time for something different. With very scale details, brushless power system and 4 micro servos already in place, this Receiver-Ready replica of the famous plane can be built in about an hour - just add your receiver of choice and a battery!
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- Scale features including hand painted pilot, detailed cockpit, and high visibility color scheme
- 1150g of thrust from the brushless motor, flying weight 850g
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
- Smooth and predictable performance
- Durable EPO foam construction
- Brushless motor, ESC and 4 micro servos installed
- 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 1600 - 2200 mAh Lipo Battery with XT60 Connector - We recommend EPR22003X6
- 3 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
1120mm / 44.1in
800mm / 31.5in
30A, Internal BEC, XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
10x6 2 blade prop
9g standard with 100mm lead : elevator, rudder
11.1V 1600mAh to 2200mAh 25C 3 cell LiPo with XT60 connector
Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
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Love it. Entry level Sport Plane
I fly this with and Admial RX with a gyro because im just moving out of high wing aircraft. I set the dual rates at 55/100 and its still very snappy on low rate. Definetly an intermediate plane. It will fly just slow enough to be manageable for a beginner but you still have to be quick but precise eith the sticks. I took off from asphalt and it taxis very squirly and torque rolls heard left so be ready to pull up and right aleron eith some right rudder as well. The landing gear tore out on me when i went off the side of the paved runway on takeoff. The braces arei brittle plastic and wont take much abuse. As far as the rest of the plane its 5 stars. Nice finish, good electronics and hardware and all control surfaces ave ABS mechanical hinges. The air frame itself is bulletproof. It took a couple hard 75 degree poundings and there was not even a hint of damage. I did have one accident that was quite eye opening. Since I have no gear I hand toss and land in a nice cushy medow. My last hand toss got away from me and it circled around hard left and came right at me. Fight or flight took over and with the split second I had to react, i turned away and ducked. The plane slamed into the back of my knee. I have a couple good gashes and a huge bruise. It felt like I got hit wiith a baseball bat. Dont ever underestimate one of these little foamies. Now I can say I survived a plane crash and walked away with only minor injuries. I was very lucky. That accident broke the prop and spinner and bent the motor shaft and the X mount but no damage to anything else. So while pricing the new motor I see replacemts parts. All the foam for $80.00 or a whole new plane for $109.00 . I bought a new motor for my wreck and a whole second plane pnp. Definetly an under priced sleeper. Have fun with the little speedster!
Spacewalker 44” by Freewing
This is a great looking scale example of the Spacewalker. It flys to scale beautiful and performs graceful aerobatics. Touch-and-goes are a blast to do in a close landing pattern!!!
I installed bigger wheels to land on grass
Dream come true
I have wished for this plane for long time. I found it at MotionRC with a computer search. Within a week it was in my shop. All parts and pieces seem to be there. I plan to cover all the foam parts and pieces with clear laminating film before assembly. Much caressing and dreaming to take place. Then I will have a slick little plane for next spring! Welllll, maybe early this winter.
Get value for the price. Only negative is I fly off grass needed larger wheels. No big deal to me.
Amending My Review
I must apologize to all for my negative review on the Spacewalker. It was the radio system I was using that was causing the problems. I switched to my spectrum radio and the plane suddenly had considerably more power and stability. Next time I wonÂ´t use a cheap radio. The reason I donÂ´t like the spectrum receiver on FMS and Freewing planes is the ailerons have to be reversed. This means every time I fly any of my E-flight planes I have to watch to be sure I reverse the ailerons. This should be automatic, but when you have 14 or 15 airplanes sometimes you get a little careless with pre-flight.
Under powered and unstable
I have flown the Spacewalker a couple of times and find it under powered and unstable. For a plane that size it should not need to have an AS3X receiver. I have a 800 mm T38 that flies like a dream without AS3X.
Highly stable in the air and acrobatic, this is a great plane to move to after you are done with trainers. Once you get it balanced, it is a joy. It has plenty of power and handles the wind very well. It goes together easily and quickly; the only weakness is that the landing gear is fragile and the wheels on the two I have purchased are out of round and make for bumpy roll out.