Dynam 310 Grand Cruiser V2 1280mm (50") Wingspan - PNP
Dynam 310 Grand Cruiser V2 1280mm (50") Wingspan - PNP - DY8935PNP
This is the new and improved version (V2) of the popular Dynam 310 Grand Cruiser. This new version now includes Tomcat Skylord 30 Amp ESCs, pre-installed flaps, pre-installed flap servos, LED lights with pre-soldered connector ends, LED light controller for static and flashing operations, and redesigned long-life electronic retracts. Dynam's Grand Cruiser PNP is extremely fun and easy to fly. It is virtually ready for the sky! All you need is a 6 channel radio, 6 channel receiver and 3S 11.1V 2200 mAh Li-Po battery and you're ready for takeoff from your favorite runway.
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- NEW! Tomcat Skylord 30 Amp ESCs with XT60 connector
- NEW! Completely redesigned electronic retracts with new SMT soldered circuit board and long-life drive system for improved reliability and durability
- NEW! Flaps and flap servos are now pre-installed and fully operational
- NEW! LED navigation lighting with LED control board (no more bare leads)
- Realistic scale features including attractive 310 paint scheme and molded panel lines
- Two powerful M2815A-KV1100 brushless motors
- Dynam 310 Grand Cruiser V2 1280mm (50") Wingspan - Receiver Ready
- ESCs with XT60 connector, servos, motors, flaps and electronic retractable landing gear come pre-installed for your convenience
- Decal set (unapplied)
- 6 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 6 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 6 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
1280mm / 50in
1100mm / 43.3in
1200g / 42.32oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||55 - 65mm from the leading edge at the wing root|
2x M2815A-KV1100 Motors
Electronic Speed Control
2x 30A Brushless with XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
2x 3 blade propeller
4x 9g standard
3S 11.1V 2200mAh 30C LiPo (required)
6 Channel (required)
|Build Time||2 Hours|
Product Spare Parts
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- July 22, 2016 - The windows on the newest version of Grand Cruiser are no longer tinted. The spinners for the model are no longer chrome, but are painted silver. The LED lights include bare leads and must be terminated to receiver. The kit includes additional decals beyond what is shown in our product photos. The Flap hardware is also included in the box. For the RTF version if you would like to add flaps you will need the Dynam 9 gram positive servo for the left flap and the Dynam 9 gram reverse servo for the right flap.
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- Reviews (55)
- Questions (2)
I was happy with the ordering and payment process,. but not so much with the quality if the product. This is quite an involved arf to put together, especially if you compare it to a great planes electric hawk. a ton more parts and re workink of the materiels out of the dynam box. Yeah the packaging was great. but i did non like the flimsyness of the main wing. so I want to reinforce it with a rod. the elevator was glued haphazardly and the steel conector between right and left sides is improperly installed and will interfere when it rotates bexcause it is way off its center line.. I am glad that the decals were not installed because I want to paint the model in blue. as far as the lines go as compared to the real aircraft it was derived from they are fantastic. I was also looking at a alien arf of the same type and the totally dropped the ball on the engine nacelles.. I prefer balsa over foam bur alien looses because of their poor lines.. over all the dynam model is worth the low cost, but it is a winter project for me. I do like it and the spare props are a plus.
GC Retracts still
After about 4 flights the retracts became erratic . Had to spend 3-5 minutes cycling to get all down. I would have thought that after 4 years now of this issue Dyam would have found better gear servos. Fly this aircraft as fixed gear or you'll be practicing a wheel or wheels up landing which is expensive as the motor shafts are not robust at all, they bend or break. One other thing to watch for is even a light prop strike, like a stone, will cause uneven thrust. How you ask? will the prop back plate where the rear prop shaft nut is placed will round out as the prop tries to stop and the motor mass is still turning. The next takeoff could be a disaster with differential thrust and that leads to a bad crash. The only solution is to purchase new back plates. It flies nice if you keep the above in mind.
Ok but not great
Its a good plane but not great. Most notable problem is that it seems rather flimsy, I'm a little afraid of pulling up hard and snapping the wings off. A nice spar the wing would have been nice, and is common lack in a lot of dynam models. Second is that getting all the wiring in the plane is difficult since it can only be put in while you put the wing on. Leads to all the wiring looking like a ball of twine. Ending up popping off the windscreen to do a decent job of installing the receiver an servo wires. Lastly the instructions are in Chinglish, and is frankly quite amusing. Why can't they just hire someone who can actually speak and write English to write these things. On the other hand it flys well and looks good in the air. For a $150 its a pretty good deal.
was looking for something to start the season and pick this plane bad . instructions are poor the worse problem they had glue on the nuts that hold the tail onto the fuse what a problem was a very unpleasant assembly just hope the flying is better that the assembly
Beware of the retracts!!
I received this as a gift for my birthday and after reading reviews I saw a lot of reviews about the POOR quality of Dynam's retracts. So after assembly, I cycled them multiple time to check for any binding or malfunctions and found none. So once the weather here in Maryland broke I was able to take her out for a flight. The first flight was fine landed once to make a mechanical adjustment on the elevator and the second take off trimmed her out. She flew great (only reason I gave it 2 stars and not 1). This â€œmaidenâ€ flight I never retracted the gear. On the 2nd batter I set my timer and did a scale take off, went great, pulled the gear up and the flaps. Did a few circuits around my field then lined up for a landing. Put the gear down and only 2 came down, one of the main body stayed up. I tried to cycle them 3 or 4 times while doing low circles with no luck. So I had to attempt a belly landing. With the flaps full down she came in nice and slow. Just before touchdown I cut the throttle and set up the flare, as soon as she touched both props broke off snapping the motor shafts. So after 2 flights Ill need 2 new motors and a better type of retract to fly her again. My 2 cents, KEEP THE GEAR DOWNâ€¦unless you like buying replacement partsâ€¦.
Dynamic 310 Grand Cruiser
I love this plane the scale look is awesome. All servos evan the flaps retracts and lights installed just add your receiver. Flys like a trainer very stable for a twin. But warning do not fly it inverted there's no center spar and the wings will snap in half. Loops and Rolls are fine.This is just a great fun scale plane to fly.
Dynam Grand Cruiser
The screws that secure the wing to the fuselage were too short. Not only do you have to put the decals on yourself, many of them did not separate from the sheet they were on very well. They had to be taped on where they did not stick! Bummer!!! However, after the plane was finally put together it flies very well!
really flies nicely
this plane is great and was received very quickly