Freewing Moray in Orange Color Scheme - Receiver Ready
Looking for something fast? Enter the Freewing Moray. We clocked the Moray just above 85mph using a pocket radar. This is one of the best constructed foamy RC planes we have ever seen. It has no problem holding up to extreme speeds - and we do mean extreme. Carbon rods are present in the fuselage, the wings, and the horizontal stabilizer. In addition to all the carbon, the servo push rods are very well constructed. The Freewing Moray is a rocket fast, very well built, extremely fun to fly RC plane. Make sure you fly at a very large flight field because the Freewing Moray covers a lot of ground quickly. Best of all the Moray requires no glue and can be built in about 30 minutes - just add your receiver of choice and a battery!
HOW TO LAUNCH THE FREEWING MORAY
First, grab the fuselage of plane at or slightly ahead of the C.G. Launch the Moray underhanded in a nearly vertical attitude at full throttle. Only a gentle toss is required given the Moray's power. The Moray will effortlessly go straight up without any drama. This is a simple tried and true method to successfully launch the Freewing Moray time after time. Be sure to launch the Moray away from your body but DO NOT launch the Moray like a normal plane. A traditional overhand horizontal launch at full throttle will result in a torque roll and a crash.
Durable EPO foam construction reinforced by carbon rods
Nylon hinges on all control surfaces (superior to foam hinges)
Extremely fast, able to reach speeds near 90mph!
Brushless motor, ESC and micro servos installed
4-6 Channel Radio
4-6 Channel Receiver
4 Cell 14.8V 1600 mAh Lipo Battery
Lipo Battery Charger
Flying Weight: 650g
Power System: Brushless 3040-1400Kv
Speed Control: 40A, Internal BEC, T connector
Propeller / EDF: 7x6 2 blade prop
Landing Gear: None- belly land, hand launch
Required Battery: 14.8V 1600mAh 30C 4 cell LiPo
Required Radio: 3 Channel
Hinge Type: Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
Material: EPO Foam