Freewing Ultimate Sport Biplane 750mm (29.5") Wingspan - PNP
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Freewing Ultimate Sport Biplane 750mm (29.5") Wingspan - PNP - FS10111P
The Freewing Ultimate biplane looks great and is an absolute blast to fly. The Ultimate uses a similar power package (similar motor, same ESC, same prop) to the 85mph Freewing Moray. The Freewing Ultimate numbers speak for themselves - about 1400g thrust and an 800g flying weight. This plane is an absolute blast to fly. It is capable of many 3D maneuvers, has absolutely unlimited vertical, and an extreme roll rate. We also like the Freewing Ultimate Bi-plane because it is another RC plane that stands out in the sea of "ordinary" planes at the flight fields. The Ultimate is one of our first plane to feature an EPO Smooth Cell Finish, which resembles the look and finish of fiberglass or Monokote. The bi wings have 4 functional ailerons and the elevator has control horns connected to push rods on each side for maximum precision.
- Four functional Ailerons
- 1400g of thrust and 800g flying weight
- Control horns and push rods on each side of the elevator
- Durable, super smooth finish EPO foam construction
- Nylon hinged rudder
- Brushless motor, ESC and servos installed
- Minimum 4 Channel Radio - Click Here for recommendations
- 4 Channel Receiver - Click Here for recommendations
- 4 Cell 14.8V 1600 mAh Lipo Battery - EPR16004
- Lipo Battery Charger - Click Here for recommendations
40A, Internal BEC, T connector
Propeller / EDF
7x6 2 blade prop
14.8V 1600mAh 25C 4 cell LiPo
Nylon hinges on rudder, foam hinges on other control surfaces
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just a comment
Shame that it is discontinued as it was /is one of the best looking small bipes I've owned. Did I mention that it flies really great. I made a few small changes to mine but as it is discontinued it is of no use to describe them. A comment on the interplane aileron connectors. They were never meant to be snapped on from the outside rather from the inside. Unlikely to ever lose on installed that way. I hate to see this one go and hopefully there is a worthwhile replacement in the pipeline to replace it.
The one I got, though the coolest looking plane in my hangar, turned out to be a bad experience all around. Missing parts for mounting the top wing was the first problem. Engine came loose during first flight. Servo failure on the third flight caused near total destruction of the plane. I salvaged what I could, trashed the rest and chalked it up to a bad purchase 12ision. Not sorry to see it has been discontinued.
Just Get One
Better not wear undwear !! So much fun to keep up with!! Mind at 360 ! Thumbs at 100% ! Half T it !!
Absolute blast to fly...could use a bit stronger landing gear...both fast and acrobatic,quickly became one of my favorites,doesn't like grass too much on a landing,not plane for the faint of heart,this should be like your 4th 5th plane with the 4s 2200 45c admiral this thing not only is a rocket but perform blistering fast rolls, unlimited vertical and speeds reaching almost 100mph...inverted harrier is effortless (wobbles a bit in upright harrier)
This thing is fast for a biplane love it flys like a dream and fixed landing gear and lands great
Fast but had trouble with landing gear
servo failure update
Finally got around to using a servo tester on all the servos. TWO (not just the elevator servo) of them failed (either no movement at all or jerky movement due to stripped gears). If I 12ide to repair this plane back in the air it will not have Freewing servos in it, and it will have control horns and clevises connecting the ailerons together.
Lost push rod for alerion.
Was a great plane till it lost its right push rod. Ha no recation time. They just snap on and the wind can snap them off. Hope I can get her bach in the air.
After reading so much positive feedback about this plane I'm really disappointed (see other comments). Most recent negative....second flight apparent elevator servo failure resulted in vertical contact with the ground. All other servos still working fine after the crash which pretty well totaled the airplane.
Surprise structural failure
First takeoff, calm conditions. At about ten feet altitude, 3/4 throttle the thing went crazy. For a fleeting split second I experienced deja vu of radio interference, but "I'm flying 2.4 Ghz". Instinctively I cut power and struggled to keep it level while I set it down as gently as possible off the runway. Tall grass caused it to do a pretty gentle cartwheel. Upon reaching it I discovered nothing really "broken", but the firewall/motor mount was completely and cleanly 09arate from the fuselage. Close inspection revealed total failure of a very sparse, sloppy glue joint between the plastic firewall and foam fuselage, leaving the firewall, motor and cowling dangling by the motor wires. I'm convinced that the firewall started coming off about the time the plane lifted off. I don't know how one might detect a problem like this during preflight check since it's not visible even with the cowling removed. Luckily for me it was an easy 30-minute repair job requiring just disassembly of the firewall/motor/cowling/prop & spinner, gluing and clamping the firewall back in place, and reassembly after the epoxy hardened. I still look forward to having fun flying this plane, but thus far missing parts and poor quality factory assembly have made it less than an enjoyable experience.