Dynam Primo V2 1450mm (57") Wingspan - PNP
Dynam Primo V2 1450mm (57") Wingspan - (Plug-N-Play) - PNP - DY8971PNP
This is the new and improved version (V2) of the Dynam Primo. This new version now includes a Tomcat Skylord 40 Amp ESC, pre-installed flaps and pre-installed flap servos. The Dynam Primo with its giant tundra wheels is a great high wing trainer molded after the super cubs the gifted bush pilots of Alaska might use where taking off and landing in less-than-ideal runways is a way of life. Needless to say, this is a trainer that can accommodate virtually any flying surface you may require. And what bush pilot would ever dare such treacherous runways without flaps? The Dynam Primo includes working flaps to minimize your takeoff roll and landing roll out if space is a concern.
Powered by a BM3720A3-KV650 brushless motor and Skylord 40 Amp ESC the Primo packs a punch for a wide range flight envelope and for pulling out of trouble when you need it, yet offers outstanding slow flight capabilities for those newer to the hobby.
Visit the Official Dynam Primo Discussion Thread on HobbySquawk.com for additional photos, videos, reviews, and customer Q&A.
- NEW! Tomcat Skylord 40 Amp ESC with XT60 connector
- NEW! Flaps and flap servos are now pre-installed and fully operational
- Giant tundra wheels for taking off and landing in virtually any surface
- Excellent slow flight capability yet capable power system for a wide range flight envelope
- Working flaps for those short takeoffs and slow, manageable landings
- Powerful KV650 brushless outrunner motor
- Attractive white and blue paint scheme (decal set included)
- Dynam Primo V2 1450mm (57") Wingspan - (RTF)
- 40A ESC with XT60 connector, flaps, servos and motor come pre-installed for your convenience
- Decal set
- 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
- 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
1450mm / 57.1in
1014mm / 39.9in
1660g / 58.5oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||55-60mm from the leading edge of the wing at the root|
BM3720A3-KV650 Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
40A Brushless with XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
13x6 2-Blade Prop
6x 9g with nylon gears
|Landing Gear||Taildragger with giant tundra wheels|
4S 14.8V 2200mAh LiPo
6+ Channel 2.4Ghz
|Build Time||1 Hour|
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 - For the RTF with gyro version make sure the included Detrum receiver/gyro is securely mounted to the fuselage before attempting to fly this airplane.
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Fantastic Bush Plane Fun!
This plane is a blast to kick around with the 4S power it offers. Practicing STOL (short take offs and landings) is very fun and quite the challenge. Even on a 3S it still has plenty of power to do basic maneuvers and some sport aerobatics. The only problems I had with it was the flaps, roll rate and the gear. When first assembled the flaps tended to "stick" in place. I had to do a bit of work on the control surface in order to free them up and get them working smoothly. I also noticed that the black paint on the foam wheels tends to fall off it the grass you take off and land from is a damp. That only started to happen after around 4-5 flights though, and the time that the paint started flaking off it had rained the day before. So replacing the provided wheels with full rubber ones is an option if you want a more realistic look. The only over thing was that the roll rate seemed a little slow compared to a plane such as the FunCub for example. This plane's wing is larger though, which makes sense as to why it rolls a bit slower. Other than that though, overall this a great intermediate level plane, just make sure to dial in some down-elevator when you put on flaps so it doesn't end up doing a loop on takeoff!
Great plane ....except for the flaps
As always,fast shipping from Motion!The plane went together we'll with the normal small tweaks one does when assembling a foam kit.Flew great from the get-go...but I didn't even bother trying the flaps until I devised a simple solution.The geometry is incorrect for the flaps to work properly so I spun the flap control horns around and installed longer control rods off of an Apprentice I had kicking around...now they work great and I have a blast with the stol capabilities the plane was meant to have.
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YOUR SERVICE WAS GREAT AND EFFECIENT RECEIVED THINGS IN SHORT TIME THE PLANE IS BEING PAINTED CUB YELLOW SO DID NOT FLY YOU GUYS ARE COOL
Decent first plane
Overall this is a good plane. Assembly was easy, except the tail wheel axle was too short to get the wheel collar on and had to solder the main landing gear together after the spot welds broke. Also would like to see a different servo horn on flaps so they move easier.
Dynam Primo V2 1450mm (57") Wingspan - PNP Build Review
I have an intermediate level of experience with assembling foamies from several different companies and have never run in to the problems this ARF presented. I originally purchased it for my nephew to assemble and learn to fly. After 2 hours of watching him doing all the right things with to no avail I finally stepped in as builder not just helper. I have enumerated the major problems below: 1. The wing did not come anywhere close to fitting the fuselage. The front lugs would not engage the receiver holes. The shape of the saddle was not even close to the shape of the wing. I finally had to cut away 5-10 mm of the entire saddle to get the lugs to engage in front and then reline the saddle with silicone to make the wing go to place. I have no idea of what could have happened at the factory to make this problem. 2. The screws for the rudder control horn were too short to engage the other side of the horn assembly. I shaved 1mm under the one side to make it work. 3. The vertical stabilizer was at approx. 350degrees related to the horizontal stabilizer when assembled. Obviously an unacceptable flying attitude. I had to heavily glue the vertical stabilizer to the horizontal stabilizer in the appropriate relationship and then assemble. This resulted in huge unsightly gaps on the left side where the two meet. 4. The axels are not even long evough to get the collar entirely on without preventing the tire from free movement. Needless to say I am embarassed with the result but you can be sure I will proudly say who made and who sold it unless you can come up with answers and a solution. Obviously near to impossible to return a deboxed partially assembled airplane or else I would have. Dynam will not ever get another chance for my business. The vote it still out about Motion RC. I'll have to see if they step up and resolve this! Delvin D. Hornbeck, 828-894-6353
I think it will be fun to fly but out of the box the ESC was bad. Not a set up issue. I connected a spare ESC I had and it worked fine. I’m just tired of Chinese junk. I spent 10 years in China trying to transfer technology so I am very aware of their lack of quality awareness.
Great Value and Excellent flight characteristics
I've been flying the Primo for over 3 months now and have many flights on this plane. Here are the Negatives and Positives on the Primo. I never leave comments at first, and always wait until I know a product well. Negatives: Flap hinge configuration does not work as shown. Flip the hinges around or make new ones. I redesigned and 3D printed my own. Provided foam wheels are really garbage. Replace the wheels with wheels from a regular HK Tundra or Multiplex FunCub XL. Landing gear mounting will loosen a little over time, but that has not affected anything and is not a concern. I fly off long grass. Positives: Ground handling is truly excellent. Flight handling is excellent ( easy with recommended throws) and easy to take off and land. Power is more than adequate for aerobatic flight, but it is not a 3D plane or expected to be. Recommended CG location is correct and good for initial flights. Can be moved back a little after initial flights. Battery opening size is just fine, but not cavernous. No you can't fit a huge 5000 mah battery, but a 2200mah lasts fine and fits perfect. Good value overall for this plane. 4S makes it capable of being used as a tow plane for 2 meter sized gliders. This plane was purchased to convert to a small aerotow plane, and it works great. Even though the flap hinge requires a little reconfiguration, the flaps are not necessary for landing. It comes in slow and easy without them. Overall this is a nice plane, a good value, and flys very well. Every ARF aircraft needs some part or assembly changed to suit the particular owners preferences, and this plane is no different. Not a big deal. As for Motion RC's service...everyone know it is top notch...and still is. Buy it ...you will like it.
dynam primo v2
throw of servos not enough for good control. wheel rubber rubs off. could not get esc to bind to my dx6e. had to use different motor and esc. overall a lot of problems
Arrived quickly and went together with no issues. Waiting on some good weather to do the maiden flight.