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Oops ....... I've did it again ....... The Arrows 1800mm Husky

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As the title suggests ..... more retail therapy 


This time in the form of the Arrows Husky 1800mm wingspan 6S version.


Another nice big floaty foamie to add to the fleet to give me some choice until some of my other slightly more complicated balsa and IC come of age along with my experience.


Not a lot different from my current training victim the PA 1700mm span 4S Supercub. Slightly wider span by 100mm and of course working on a bigger battery pack.


My foamie choices now consist of the following


FMS PA supercub 1700mm 4S

Arrows Husky 1800mm 6S

FMS Beaver 2000mm 6S

Xfly Twin Otter  1800mm 6S

Xfly Tasman Bush plane 1500mm 3S


Plenty there to keep me going and probably the best options for a change in model ..... once I am past my A test and have flown the life out of the Supercub.


I need to unbox and check it over so there will be some pictures later. Should have done it yesterday but didn't have time and since my potential flying opportunity is off for tonight due to working on and gusting winds it will give me something to do .


That's it now .... the very last .....:classic_laugh:





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Ok .... a very quick unboxing to show the main idea of what comes with this ARTF kit.


As always ..... The big ... adrenaline ..... box of anticipation .....😄




and some of the box detail .....




and another ....




then we get set in about it with the main elements .....




that'll be one of the wings then .....




and the underside showing ready installed push rods, horns and servos. I did not remember to check but I am sure the hinges are the hidden mechanical type ..... too much of a rush.




the second wing which I did not bother unboxing .... its just the same but the other side and .......




it was the last part in the upper of the two box layers ......




destructions as usual ......




and a sheet informing of the vector stabilisation thats built in .....


As we go into the lower tier of the box ..... we continue with .......




vertical tail piece .....




The horisontal tail plane .... got it right this time " tail plane " not " piece " ..... plonker.




The supplied wooden prop .....




The spinner etc  ....




bag of accessories .......




The fuselage ...... not the best photo I must admit .....




with hatch off showing the inside battery compartment and the vector stabilisation unit.




The hatch itself ......




The under carriage .......




and my usual weapon ( Receiver ) of choice for most of my models ..... so far anyway ... ( please note a seperate purchase ).


and there we have it.


As I said ..... 1800mm wingspan ..... works with a 6S 4000mah battery ( seperate ) Has vector stabilisation and flaps... built in navigation lights, steerable tail wheel etc.


any other questions ..... feel free to ask.


cheers for now.



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Very nice plane to fly is the husky and never say its the last one Toto,,,, as Ive said the same many times but always find ways to squeeze jusyt that one more in somewhere......:classic_laugh:

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A little bit of an impulse buy Gary.


I saw it ..... then done the usual internet search for reviews .... which seemed good. I like the sise  and the fact that it was running a 6S.


I already had the required batteries which helped and obviously the required transmitters so it was just the model itself and my go too Spektrum AR 620 receiver.


It gives me choice when I pass my A test as I am looking to stay electric and make use of the easier foam nature of the ARTF's as everything is installed. You still have to set the model up and set your rates etc but a lot easier than getting servos installations etc correct when building the equivalent balsa  ply kits.


I have several of the balsa models but initially as I get my A test and start to experiment a bit with which models I use and introduce into my newbie fleet ...... I'll stick with electric ..... and the easier  pre installed foam range. You can still have loads of choice with what you can buy and add a bit of variance into you journey.


I must admit .... the last one statement must be becoming closer to a reality though ....... the shed is stowed out. 😄


cheers for now.



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