|User's Guide (1.4 MB)||This is the User's Guide for the Hobby People Superfly X|
Hobby People Superfly X
Ready to Fly Sport Plane with 3-Ch 2.4GHz Radio
The Superfly X from Hobby People is the easy way to get flying. Our entry-level RTF is affordable, fun, simple, and a great flyer. It's a perfect place to start for new pilots. This plane is completely ready-to-fly, and features a brushed motor and 2.4GHz radio for elevator, rudder and motor control. This means that all you need to do is charge the included NiMH battery and you're in the air.
Also available are the high-performance Receiver-Ready and Kit versions. These versions feature a brushless motor and ailerons. Enjoy the performance only brushless power can provide, with the precision of added ailerons.
The Receiver-Ready version includes everything except the transmitter and receiver.
For the do-it-yourself modeler, get the affordable kit! The custom brushless motor and unique 4-blade propeller are included. The rest of the equipment and the finish is up to you.
No matter which version you choose, you'll have a durable EPO airplane that's easily transported due to its 2-piece wing. Even the canopy has easy access with factory-installed magnets. The model flies smoothly due to its generous tail surface area and modern wing shape. You'll have a Sunday-flyer just about any pilot would enjoy. The Superfly X is easy way to get a go-anywhere, have-fun park flyer light enough and small enough for the AMA Park-Pilot program, all for an easy price. Get the Superfly X from Hobby People Model.
• Wing Span: 54.5in – 1384mm
• Wing Area: 350 sq. in. 22.58 sq. dm.
• Length: 35.5in – 902mm
• Flying Weight: 26oz – 737g
• Wing Loading: 10.7 oz/sq.ft. – 32.64 g/sq.dm.
• Brushed Motor: 480 size, 6.0V rated
• Brushed ESC: 8.4V (nimh/nicd 7-cell) 10amp
|Mfr Part Number||117224|
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- Decent trainer Review by Parent
The plane was easy to set up. The manual for the model was complete, lacking only transmitter information (see below). I felt that the center of gravity was a bit nose heavy, even with its 900mAh, 8.4v Ni-MH battery as far back in its mounting slot as possible. I suppose this helps the plane be as stable as it is.
There is NO documentation for the MeritRc MT-600 4ch 2.4GHz transmitter in the package, on the Hobby People website, or anywhere on the Internet. I would like to know how to bind the transmitter (for future use that is, it comes already bound to the receiver mounted in the plane) and how to put the transmitter into low power mode for a proper range check. I feel this to be important information and should really take another star off the rating because of it. I won't though, since I expect to be able to find the information somewhere.
If you are looking for an easy to fly, easy to assemble plane, this fits the bill. I would like better documentation on the transmitter, brushless rather than brushed motor/ESC, and LiPo rather than Ni-MH battery but perhaps they can't provide these items at this price point.
(Posted on 12/26/13)
- thank you Review by Brock
- Battery? Review by Boulder Bill
Great plane for beginners. Nowhere in the description does it tell us what battery it uses. If you wish to buy backups for multiple flights what size and strength battery do you purchase. Nose needs plastic shell reinforcement (or coat with epoxy) (Posted on 3/1/13)
- Super fly Review by superfly