Freewing Stinger 90 Main and Nose Landing Gear Doors
Complete Landing Gear Door Set for the Freewing Stinger 90 EDF Jet
Includes: Main and Nose Landing Gear Doors
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Freewing Stinger 90 Main and Nose Landing Gear
Replacement parts for landing gear fits and works great.
Freewing Stinger 90 Main
These replacement parts fit and work just fine in my hobby room or on a paved runway, but take them on grass and that's where I found that they won't hold up at all ! The doors are made of very inexpensive plastic molds and break very easy when running through the grass runways. And don't use locktite on the screws holding the main gear doors on, that actually weakens them. Use CA on the screws. After two sets I have decided to not use the Mains at all because of our field. The stinger still flies perfect.
Stinger 90 !!!
Great product. Glad you have so many spare parts,,, hopefully I won't need any more,,, Ha!!!
Stinger retract spares , and plastic retract covers
Great price for spares, availability, and fast shipping. Good work Motion Rc. Thanks Juan
a little cheap weak plastic
a little cheap weak plastic
Great people to deal with.
Stinger 90 review
This is one fun little jet. Very light and forgiving, yet fast enough to keep you on your toes. Superbly designed and good value for the money. With a GPS on board I got an average speed of 103 MPH, with a downwind maximum of 135 after a good dive. Landings were in the 32-35 MPH range with full flaps. Flight times are around 5 minutes on 5,000 mAh with throttle management. 3.5 minutes if you go crazy. The plane does have a few issues though: The first is the tendency for the main landing gear to rip out of the wing on rough landings. I used Gorilla glue to solve that problem. One such landing was caused by the nose gear steering arm coming loose. So check those screws for tightening. The other is that the jet feels nose heavy even though balanced as per instructions. It also has minus 4 degrees of incidence in the stab which tells me that the nose heaviness is designed in. The upshot of all this is that it requires a lot (33%) of down when inverted and a lot of up on landings. Still, I would highly recommend this jet to anyone with fast EDF experience.
For prevention, should've used lock tight
The parts all fit perfectly.
Gear doors need to be more durable.
Gear doors should be made of more durable material so they don't break so often. I did find however that by using a dremel tool or sand paper to round off the corner of the bottom leading edge of the main gear door you can improve its longevity.