Dynam Smart Aerobatic Trainer 1500mm (59") Wingspan - PNP
Dynam Smart Pattern and Aerobatic Trainer 1500mm (59") Wingspan - PNP - DY8962PNP
The Dynam Smart trainer was designed from the ground up with the intention of creating a plane with forgiving flight manners while providing a pilot with prominent trainer airborne characteristics. Dynam focused on a design following the principle of form following function and the end result is a funky good looking plane. The entire plane is constructed from EPO foam for durability and light weight. A semi symmetrical fuselage inspired from pattern ships make this plane agile and responsive. Semi symmetrical wings with anti stall aids designed into the wing tips inspire confidence when performing slow maneuvers. This plane is a real pleasure to fly with its delightful and forgiving traits.
The tricycle undercarriage and steering nose wheel make taxing and landing merciful and enjoyable. An ample sized battery compartment will easily accommodate a wide range of 4S batteries providing greater flexibility and flight duration. Mini sized 17gram servos delegate the control surfaces with authority. For its stretched wing span of almost 60" and a 51" fuselage length, the plane is surprisingly lightweight for its size. The powerful Detrum 600Kv Brushless Outrunner motor provides enough power to do vertical climbs and bail you out of a sketchy or failed maneuver. If you should want to stand out from the crowd and truly progress and hone your flying skills the Dynam Smart Trainer is definitely the ticket.
This receiver-ready (PNP) Dynam Smart Trainer comes with the essential electronics installed. The motor, esc, and servos are pre-installed from the factory. A minimum 4 channel radio system is required for flight. A 4S LiPo battery and Li-Po charger is required to power the plane. Minimum assembly of the plane is also required along with trim and control surface adjustments to ready the plane for flight.
- Lightweight, aerobatic airframe plus sporty decal trim sheet
- Powerful BM3720A-KV600 Brushless Outrunner motor
- Anti-stall aids built in to wings for increased confidence in slow flight
- Dynam Smart Trainer 1500mm (59") Wingspan - Receiver Ready - (PNP)
- Tomcat ESC with XT-60 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 XT-60 connector - EPR22004X6
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
1500mm / 59in
1300mm / 51.2in
1800g / 63.6oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||N/A|
BM3720A-KV600 Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
Tomcat 40A Brushless with XT-60 connector
Propeller / EDF
|Landing Gear||Tri-gear Fixed|
4S 14.8V 2200mAh LiPo with XT-60 connector (required)
4 Channel (required)
|Build Time||2 Hours|
Product Spare Parts
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I know this is a great plane because I've had several. This one came with bad motor , sounds, smoke, crash, 1st flight.
Smart Trainer Great Buy
I received the plane promptly with no damage, no warped surfaces. Packaging was real good . I was surprised at how large it was. Assembly was simple all I needed to do was drop some thread through the wing socket down to the battery compartment to pull the aileron splitter to the corresponding wing. Fly's great on 2200 ,3000. I also use a parallel connection and put two 2200 's in for a 4400 . Having lots of fun. Love the way it lands.
never got out of the garage.
worst instructions I've ever seen, so frustrating I had to put it back in the box. The "strut" that is supposed to join the two sides of the stab and be glued in was about 1/2 inch too short to fit, so I doubt this will see the light of day anytime soon.
worst instructions I've ever seen
worst instructions I've ever seen I would have liked to see the decals already on the plane I'm 71 years old and I'm not too sturdy
This is a really SMART looking plane. It does everything it's great...
Nice easy plane to fly. Taking off and landings are a breeze. Landing gear mods are a must
bad aileron servo
After assembly found a bad aileron servo. Tried to string one thru the wing like the original with 12" extension but no luck. Cut a slit in wing and pushed servo lead and extension into it. Works but bad quality control.
Amazing plane for a beginner.
This plane flys great. A 4500mAh 20c flew for 15 minutes. A 2200mAh 35c flew for 5+ minutes. I've flown it in 15mph wind speeds and no problem. The only problem I fount with this plane is the front landing gear. It's a poor design. Peal the square plate off and use some VERY strong glue OR screws with washers in each corner. The glue holding the plate from the git go WILL come apart.
Fun BIG Plane
This plane is fun and stable and Big, this makes it easy to see far away. My 2nd plane, I striped the bottom with 3/4" black electrical tape (Fast and effective, and looks great) I followed Rich's suggestions, I went with 2 3/8" wheels and had to modify the wheel pans or I would of had to get rid of them. Nose gear mods are a must (I still slightly bend the front nose gear rod on hard landings, but it stays on the plane, grass) I did leave the org. nose gear servo, so far so good. My plane weighs 4.20 lbs. with a 2nd canopy and a GoPro and Eagle A3 6 Axis Airplane Gyro (I have not got the gyro dialed in like I want yet) the thrust with the org. prop is 3.99 lbs. Not enough to go 1:1, which I feel is a must with all planes. 100% controls are way too much, on my dual rate transmitter 70% MAX and I Fly at low rate 50% elev., 40% rud., 60% ailerons. It will do everything. In fast dives when I pull out I swear I see the wings bow, but they are still on. Ten flights total, 120+ on my 1st plane, FMS Fox Trainer (Great starter, I have only been flying 3+ months, first handful of flights with my brother's plane and buddy box (A must, but eventually you have to fly for yourself). Lots of complainants it"s a pretty strong plane, I paid $170, I see you can get it for $140 today..buy, buy, buy. I found a deal on craigslist, T-38, P-38, Cessna 182 and a F-18, 32" F-18 the rest are 60" wingspans, all for $375..really!!!I hope this helps.