Skynetic Revolution 1120mm (44.1") Wingspan - PNP
Skynetic Revolution 1120mm (44.1") Wingspan - PNP
Revolution 1120mm (44.1") Wingspan - PNP from Skynetic - SKY1034-001
Motion RC is proud to announce Skynetic, a new brand of foam electric aircraft for newer pilots looking to broaden their flying experience across a range of RC airplane types. Developed by and available exclusively at Motion RC, Skynetic advances our vision of a global audience discovering the fun of RC Flight. Backed by Motion RC's customer support and a full line of spare parts to keep you flying, join the Skynetic revolution!
The Skynetic Revolution is a 3D flyer that can penetrate through moderate winds while performing show-stopping 3D maneuvers with ease. Both wing and gear are easily removable for transport and/or flying preference. Made of light yet durable EPO foam with a streamlined and aerodynamic profile, the Revolution is tailor-made for countless hours of exhilarating, flying fun!
Visit the Official Skynetic 1120mm Revolution Discussion Thread on HobbySquawk.com for additional photos, videos, reviews, and customer Q&A.
Easy To Transport
The Skynetic Revolution is easy to transport with the quick disconnect wings and simple screw assembly.
Intakes Provide Cooling
The Skynetic Revolution has functional intakes to help with cooling.
Large Control Surfaces
The Revolution has oversized control surfaces, perfect for 3D and aerobatic performance.
New Paint Scheme
The Skynetic Revolution has an updated, sporty red and white paint scheme.
The Revolution has nylon hinges for added strength and durability.
The ESC has been upgraded to an Admiral 40 amp.
- Slick, streamlined and aerodynamic profile with sharp red, black and white livery
- Easy-to-remove wing and landing gear for transport and flying preference
- Powerful AS2814 KV1000 Brushless motor for a wide flight performance envelope
- Skynetic Revolution 1120mm (44.1") Wingspan - PNP
- 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
- 3 Cell 11.1V 1800 - 2200 mAh Li-Po Battery with XT60 connector - we recommend EPR18003X6
- 3 Cell compatible battery charger - select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
44.1in / 1120mm
44.29in / 1125mm
890 - 920g
|CG (Center of Gravity)||Refer to the owner's manual|
|Powerful AS2814 KV1000 Brushless motor (installed)|
Electronic Speed Control
40-amp brushless ESC with XT60 connector (installed)
Propeller / EDF
3 Cell 11.1V 1800 - 2200 mAh Li-Po battery with XT60 connector (required)
4+ channel radio system (required)
|Build Time||1 Hour|
Product Spare Parts
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great company to buy from...
Flies well although I needed extra weight in the nose !
Don't normally write reviews but the Revolution deserves one. Couldn't be happier. All I needed were two servo extensions, rcvr and a battery. I'm using 3S2200 Graphene batteries which are a little heavier but still needed about 3/8 oz lead to get the CG about 1/8" back of recommended. Lined up all surfaces and it took 6 clicks of right aileron to fly hands off. Inverted is hands off also. On max rates the snaps are insane. On 50% throw very docile. Trainer like.Fuselage profile screams knife edge. It's a keeper.
It's not my favorite 3d plane, I like the MXS and Edge 540T better but it has the battery size (3 cell 2200) I have a few of and the others don't. I fly the MXS with a 4 cell. My only real complaint is the landing gear which broke (carbon fiber) on my 2nd landing. I was happy with the landing actually before I got to the plane and saw the strut. I like a bit of give on landing struts, this has none. The flying part is fine although I like the above 2 better.
Plane arrived in good shape. Wasn't much to figure out regarding putting it together. Which is a good thing since there is no manual or instruction sheet that came with it. I contacted Motion RC and they were quick to provide a link to a manual for this plane but under a different name. So a couple things were not correct. Such as the tail wheel assembly is different. Would have been nice to have a manual to go with this so I could confirm CG and transmitter programming. But not that big of a deal. The hinges were pre-installed on the ailerons but not pre-cut on the wings as the online manual suggests. Again, not that big of a deal. So with those tiny little issues, I like the look and feel of this plane as it feels solid and well thought out. As far as flying it, I just had a chance to take it up for a maiden and all went well but I can not comment about its full abilities just yet. Give me a few flights.
Flew my revolution for the first time today. It was AWSOME. I won't lie, it was touchy, but manageable. Just kept the control throws low, and she'll be fine. If your a competent pilot, she's HIGHLY recomended.
They named it right....Lots of fun!
I'll start by saying this is a very assemble friendly airplane. When I received it there were no assembly instructions. I looked at the contents and saw several air raft parts to assemble. I did so and after 45 minutes of work, it was done. It was fairly easy to assemble. After assembly, I surfed the NET to obtain the CG. Once I found this, i balanced it, so she's now ready to fly. I haven't flown her yet, but I'm hoping to do soon.
Motion RC has a new European website
Go there instead?