The all new 48" SUpreme super aerobatic high extreme flying model by Hacker Model Production Inc. of the RACE 1200 series. This on one model we have tested and has blown us away when in comes to flight envelope and construction as well as concept here at Twisted Hobbys. With the idea that this model can be built 1 of two ways, with or without a removable wing assembly. Customers have requested for our models to be easier when transporting their larger models in this size and now we have the ultimate solution!
Manufactured from almost indestructible Czech EPP material along with light weight carbon fiber reinforced EPP design ensures strength and durability. The basic modeling tools and skill level are required for building this model. Individual parts of the model are considerably pre-worked in the kit making assembly much easier. The removable wing panels are connected by a carbon tube and secured with rubber O-rings. The two-piece landing gear made of carbon is also removable.
- Wingspan: 1200mm
- Length: 1255mm
- Weight: 30-32oz AUW (depending on setup and battery size)
Power System Components:
- CSP-2814-1050KV 100g Motor
- CSP-45A ESC
- CSP-D18M Servos (4 Required)
- 12x4.5MR Prop
Build Resources & Replacement Parts Links
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I bought the Supreme because of the removable wings. The hardware for this works well and the build overall was fairly straightforward. I’m not as impressed with the Supreme in traditional 3D as I am with my Crack Yak XL 43”. The Supreme flies most 3D maneuvers well but some are not so great. Knife edge and inverted harriers are great, upright harriers it isn’t as solid as the Yak. Flying the Supreme, Knife edge spins are tough to enter and maintain, inverted flat spins don’t flatten out well. I believe the elevator is too small, this was confirmed to me by another owner who is a top level3D pilot. I wasn’t expecting elevator response like my Yak but something closer to my other foamies. Landings are a breeze. Overall I like the plane but if is a bit disappointing for the price.
Great airplane. Flys well. Difficult to contrust as written instructions are unclear. Strongly recommend using video and great care to assemble for the removable wings options.
This is my third Twisted hobby plane and Enjoy them more than all my other planes. I highly recommend these products