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  • HM 54" EPP HAWK
  • HM 54" EPP HAWK
  • HM 54" EPP HAWK
  • HM 54" EPP HAWK


Finally a high quality RC Hawk flying bird model,­ inspired by none better then actual natures own birds.  Will fully color­ printed display resembling these real birds one would not believe they are not real from the sky!  High quality built, with box structure fuselage reinforced with plywood, with a large area wing and V­tail controlled.  

Great for thermal and soaring or you can fly in strong wind too.  Controlled functions: V­-tail, motor and ailerons for better maneuverability.  Constructed with highest quality EPP “almost unbreakable” material manufacturing today.  The kit contains: box structure fuselage, wing panels, V-­tails, rubber O-­rings, push rods, complete hardware as well as printed manual.   Time to sore like a bird!  Also we have a matched Power Combo which removing any guess work for all electronics required.  Also available AutoPilot and Voice Module:

Model specs:
 Weight: from 650g
 Wingspan: 1375mm
 Length: 775mm
 4ch = Radio w/ V tail mixing
Recommended required components:
  40-50g 1100-1200kv Out-Runner
  22-30A ESC
  (4) 9-14g servos
  3s 1500-2200mah
  8x4 or 9x5 Prop






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  • 5

    Hacker Hawk

    Posted by Dave M. on May 30th 2019

    I received my Hacker Model 54" EPP HAWK Kit and here are my initial thoughts after unboxing: I've had a few EPP Eagles from Dancing Wings and they fly but the V-Tail setup is a bit vague and the EPP foam (especially on the fuselage) is pretty fragile, usually breaking or tearing even on normal landing impacts. The Hacker Hawk seems to have addressed those issues with thicker EPP foam and a pre-built, reinforced fuselage. The fuselage has a real solid feel to it, I don't think rough landings will be an issue. The Hawk (which looks more like an Eagle to me) also has a v-tail but also gives you the option to use ailerons, which are already cut in the wings. Another nice feature is that the battery is installed through a hatch in the bottom of the fuselage, this way you don’t have to take the wing off to change batteries…YES! Even though the price is double the cost of the EPP Eagle kit from Dancing Wings, the sturdier, better quality materials and smarter features make it worth it, in my opinion. Can’t wait to build & maiden!

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