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Hyperion Sniper II 3D/Aerobatic EPP (1000mm)

SKU: 403101
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Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £69.95

Special Price: £59.95

Manufact: Hyperion

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This Sniper II is Hyperion's latest upgrade to the immensely successful original Sniper. The design has been refined for even more linear stick-to-model aerobatic performance. When equipped with a suitable motor, the Sniper II can explode out of high-alpha manoeuvers, into truly astounding vertical performance.

This is an extremely well-designed and aerobatic 3D aerobat. It will appeal to any flier but particulary those with restricted airspace who want to improve their close-in flying 3D skills.

Features: All EPP foam construction results in a robust, resilient airframe easily built (or repaired!) with thin standard CA glue, 98% completed ARTF, generous 1m wingspan improves orientation and stability, special CAD painting process - no decals to apply, carbon reinforced wings and fuselage.

Contents: Pre-printed EPP airframe parts, hardware accessory pack, carbon fibre rod/batten, light weight foam tyred wheels, motor mount, illustrated assembly instructions.

Features:
* Full EPP construction
* Carbon Fiber landing gear
* Extra-large control surfaces
* Incredible control authority
* Smooth pattern performance
* Ideal 3D trainer
* EPP Durability

Specifications:
* Wing Span: 1000mm
* Length: 1010mm
* All up Weight: 430g (depending on components used)

Required:
* 200 - 280W brushless motor + compatible ESC
* Prop: APC-E 10 x 4.7SF (dependent on motor choice)
* Battery: 850~1300mAh 3S (11.1V) LiPo
* Servos: 4 x HiTEC HS65 or Hyperion DS09
* Servo extension leads: 2 x 200mm (ele, rud), 1 x Y-lead (optional for ail servos)
* Radio System: TX/RX min 4-channel
* Standard CA glue

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 403101
Weight 2000.0000

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