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ParkZone Micro Stryker Brushless Delta Wing 180

Published: January 18, 2012 pm31 5:24 pm

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Just when i had an idea of creating a micro wild wing, i noticed ParkZone beat me to it. The very slick and micro Stryker, using a 180 size brushless motor which is around 10 grams, spinning at 3000Kv on a 3.75×3 propeller, this little guy flies great, of course with a hefty price tag of $160. They call it Ultra Micro Series F-27Q Stryker but i would not call it Ultra, its small enough with a wing span of 17″, it uses the AR6400NBL which one would think its the lightest spektrum receiver at 7.8grams, the AR6115 only weighs at 3.3grams, strange choice by ParkZone.

I think i will be cutting some micro wild wings very soon at 20″ wing span, using the AR6115 on 2 linier servos from hobbyKing on a 6amp ESC and 10 gram 180 size brushless motor. No rudder needed really.

For now, here are some pictures of the ParkZone Micro Stryker Brushless Delta Wing

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ultra micro f27q

mini stryker parkzone horizon hobby

Hawker Tempest Mk V RC WarBirds

The Hawker Tempest was a British fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force in WW2.  The Hawker Tempest Mk V was an improved version of the Hawker Typhoon which was one of the most powerful fighter aircraft in WWII.
Personally, i am not a fan of war bids, i do love the history behind them, but when it comes to RC war birds, not a fan. I have flown the P-47D Thunderbolt by parkzone, the P51D Mustang, the F4U Corsair and the T-28 Trojan which flies the best out of all the warbirds i have flown. But generally speaking, all RC war birds fly unstable, nose heavy so landings can be a challenge and over all in my opinion, i rather have a warbird as a desk model. Having said that, here are some pictures of the ever so famous Hawker Tempest Mk V and some other warbids.

p-51 mustang

Hawker Tempest Mk V RC Plane parkzone

Hawker Tempest Mk V

Hawker Typhoon

P51D Mustang

F4U Corsair

T-28 Trojan