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TechOne Piaget II 3D 822mm (33.2") Wingspan - ARF

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TechOne Piaget II 3D 822mm (33.2") Wingspan - ARF - TEC0701008K

The TechOne Piaget II EPP is a fun, acrobatic performer made from the crash-resistant and easy to repair EPP foam. Cut your teeth on all the usual 3D maneuvers such as loops, rolls, knife edge, hover, hammer heads, flat spins and so on. Each flight is bound to give you several minutes of pure, unadulterated 3D excitement! Due to the durable EPP foam this plane is excellent for both beginners to 3D and advanced 3D pilots alike.

Features:

  • Designed with crash-resistant and easy to repair EPP foam
  • Specially designed for both slow, precise acrobatics and normal flight
  • Powerful AT2206 V2 Brushless motor for a wide flight performance envelope

Includes:

  • TechOne Piaget II 3D 822mm (33.2") Wingspan - ARF

Requires:

Product Specifications:

AGE LEVEL : 14 and up
SKILL LEVEL : Intermediate
BUILD TIME : 5 Hours

Wingspan

33.2in / 844mm

Length

36.2in / 920mm

Flying Weight

210 - 230g

CG (Center of Gravity)75mm - 85mm from the leading edge of the wing at the root

Power System

Powerful AT2206 V2 Brushless motor (required)

Electronic Speed Control

10 amp brushless ESC with JST connector (required)

Propeller / EDF

Electric propeller

Servos

3x 8g micro servos (required)

Landing GearFixed

Required Battery

2 Cell 7.4V 350 - 600 mAh Li-Po battery with JST connector (required)

Required Radio

4+ channel radio system (required)

AileronsYes

Elevator

Yes

RudderYes

Flaps

No

Lights

No

Hinge Type

Foam

MaterialEPP Foam
Skill LevelIntermediate
Build Time5 Hours
Recommended EnvironmentIndoor (outdoor under calm conditions only)

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Product Manuals:

Product Updates:

  • February 12, 2017  -  The TechOne ARF BUNDLE version of this airplane requires intermediate level building skills.  Some included components such as servos and motors do not come pre-installed and will need to be installed during the build process.  Detailed building instructions are included with each model.

 

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02/17/2018
George W.
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MS
12/15/2017
Mike S.

Good plane but hard to assemble

I bought the build kit. it was difficult to assemble due to the servo connection arms supplied, very easy to break, and the kit did not supply a long enough servo carbon rod to reach the rudder. I had to make an extension. The build kit is inferior to the more completed ARF version. I know a flier who bought the ARF and he said he got better hardware.

JD
11/18/2016
James D.

Cut the wing in half

When I got to the step of gluing the batten into the wing slot, there didn't seem to be a thorough way to do it. Spreading the slot and squeezing it shut in spots would be "spotty" at best. I cut the wing in half at the batten slot and was then able to coat every surface with Foamtac. It was a very easy re-attach after that, as EPP likes to do.

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