Flitzebogen 2 – Build Report – Kit Review

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Package Content

Well, as a matter of fact, there’s no such thing as a package.

Buying that Flitz was some kind of boutique shopping experience. When I collected my preordered and prepaid pink sample at Insider Modellbau in Zollikofen near Bern, the staff guided me to some shelfs in the back of the shop:

These are the wings to choose from. Which one of these decoration patterns do you like best? – There you go. – Now, this fuselage here will match your wing. – Over there, we’ve got some stabilizers and fins in pink. – And don’t forget your accessories‘ purse … (Sorry, slightly exaggerated, but I just couldn’t help it).

This is what I got. The kit consists of:

  • 1 wing, full carbon with Rohacell core, deco pattern pink, 97 g
  • 1 fuselage, full carbon, 34 g
  • 1 horizontal stabilizer, hard foam with carbon reinforcements, 3 g
  • 1 fin, hard foam with carbon reinforcements, 3 g
  • 1 small plastic bag containing bits and pieces, 9 g

Accessories & Fittings

The plastic bag mentioned above contains:

  1. wire
  2. tube
  3. rudder horn
  4. sleeve
  5. servo board
  6. wing servo cable connector
  7. rudder horn
  8. wing fastening screws, steel
  9. wing servo covers
  10. launch peg anchor plate
  11. launch peg
  12. horizontal stabilizer fastening screws, nylon
  13. 1.2 mm steel rod (steering linkage ailerons)

Manual

Manual isn’t either.

The Insider guy shows me a built Flitzebogen 1, which is not far from a 2, indicating some potential pitfalls and areas in need of attention and special care. This helps a lot. For those requiring written advice, the manufaturer privides some building instructions (for the Flitzebogen 1) in the web and there is a forum on RC-Groups.


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