TH 33" EPP Clik R2 "SUPER-LITE" Purple
- RCF Clik R2 P
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With the newest design concepts for EPP construction this bird was made to be built fast and out last the competition. Pre-hinged constructions along with new truss design makes these EPP models quick to assembly all while still keeping the tail section rigid for precision flying. Each kit includes the highest quality printed EPP airframe, carbon fiber control rod’s, laser cut wood control horns with adjustable links, fiber motor mount and snap-in links and shrink tubing. Landing gear included.
Wingspan = 33"
Length = 37"
AUW = 120-130g
Built air-frame with-out electronics = 65g
(2) 4-6g servos (rudder/elevator)
8-11g servo (aileron)
14-19g 40-60W Out-runner
2s 360-450mah lipo
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Excellent EPP quality and great fitting (interlocking pieces). Still building so no comments yet on it's flying characteristics.except the reports that I have had from others.
Our club started flying indoors this past year in an old college basketball arena. as everyone was new to the indoor game, there was quite a vast array of planes being flown indoors. As we quickly found out, if you want to fly indoors, you have to have a plane that was designed for it. And, more importantly, the slower the plane flew, the bigger the space felt that we were flying in. Enter Twisted Hobbies. By far and away, the best flying plane of the year was the TH Clik. super slow and aerobatic, this plane is so easy to fly it is nearly telepathic. you will not find a better plane to learn to hover with, and watching the best pilots in the club do a 3 mph knife edge pass dragging the wingtip and horizontal stab on the ground in slow motion is hypnotizing. Legendary TH durability is present as well. unlike the indestructible 24" series, hitting full throttle may force you to break out the CA and accelerator, but after a few seconds, you're right back in the air. I suspect most of the pilots that were disappointed with their indoor choices this year will have these next year, we might even build these as a group project! one more tip, get yourself 4-6 batteries and a parallel board . Gym time is short and is for flying, not charging!
I want to thank you for the Clik. It flies great and... I'm able to fly it. It will be a while before I try the acrobatics I'm getting pretty good at on the sim, but I'm flying in the gym just about every day and building up more confidence as I accumulate stick time. To accomplish the same thing with the HobbyKing Galaxy, I would have had to build about a dozen of them. I have flown the Clik into the wall a couple of times, but I'm getting quicker at brining the throttle back to zero before I hit and zero damage.
Again, thanks for a great plane,