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Choice of Axial SCX10 II Deadbolt RTR or

Extreme Flight MXS 48″ or

AJ Slick 51″ or

Seagull Extra 300s 61-75 ARTF

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Draw ends: March 14, 2021 12:00 am
Timezone: UTC+0

This draw has a minimum of 1 tickets

This draw is limited to 145 tickets

Tickets sold: 92

This draw will have 1 winner

0 145

Answer the question:

what is the purpose of a receiver?

  • to stop the tail spinning round
  • to receive a signal from the transmitter
  • to help with orientation of the aircraft

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Description

Time to rule the rocks with some attitude! Axial have combined the rugged good looks of the Deadbolt™ with the exceptional handling of the trail-ready SCX10™ II chassis, giving you a rig that’s got both charisma and competence. The Deadbolt™ body is now coated with an olive drab paint scheme while keeping the original features you’ve come to love about it; narrow stance, bulging hood, realistic driver figure and exterior cage complete with light bar (LED lights sold separately). Finalising the look is a licensed CRC front bumper and Method Hole wheels wrapped in Nitto Trail Grappler tires.

Underneath the muted-green shell sits the SCX10™ II, a reliable chassis that is equipped for extreme trailing – AX10™ transmission, single-piece AR44 axles and WB8 HD Wildboar™ driveshafts. This rig doesn’t just meet the standards for off-roading, it defines them.

AX10™ Transmission

The ultra compact transmission allows for a wide range of gearing choices. The overall ratio can be adjusted using different pinion and spur gear choices allowing super high speed or competition level crawling speed. The new transmission housing design still retains the basic function of the original transmission but in a new more scale looking case.

  • Final drive ratio (FDR) 42.00 – Original SCX10 was 33.06
  • 20T metal drive gear, plastic idler gear and plastic lower gear (Optional: upgrade to all metal gears with this gear set: AX31585)
  • Scale looks – silver colour looks like cast aluminium
  • Better mounting points at the base of the transmission – no more stripped screws!

AE-5 ESC

The Axial AE-5 ESC is 3S LiPo capable yet easily switched “in the field” between LiPO and NiMh battery types with a simple jumper – no more complex procedures.

  • Male Star Plug lead – compatible with the most common polarised plug.
  • Jumper 1 provides a simple plug and play choice between LiPo or NiMh.
  • Jumper 2 switches Drag Brake settings.
  • Waterproof* design with Star Plug / laser etched heat sink.

Tactic TTX200 Transmitter

The TTX200 2.4GHz transmitter is a two-channel pistol grip radio with digital channel reversing for both steering and throttle along with digital trim and end point adjustment. The radio is powered by four AA batteries (included) and also features SLT (Secure Link Technology), which creates an unbreakable link between the receiver and your transmitter featuring an auto-bind design.

Tactic 3-Channel 2.4GHz Receiver

The Tactic TR325 2.4GHz receiver uses no crystals and features an internal antenna, so you’ll experience worry free driving without frequency conflicts or antenna damage. This lightweight, compact, and bind button equipped receiver with LED indicator makes setup easy!

Features:

  • AR44 Single Piece Axle
  • Officially licensed Nitto Trail Grappler M/T Tires
  • Water Resistant* 35T Brushed Motor
  • Waterproof* Receiver Box
  • Water Resistant* Tactic Metal Gear Servo, 151 oz-in
  • 1.9 Method Hole Wheels
  • Adjustable Coilover Shocks
  • Chassis Mounted Servo
  • Adjustable Battery Tray
  • 4-Link Rear Suspension
  • Adjustable Wheelbase
  • Steel C-Channel Frame Rail Chassis

From 1992 to this day, the Extra 300S with its timeless looks and inspiring performance has been a favourite with aerobatic pilots and over the years has been responsible for a large collection of silverware! Updated and revamped with their substantial wing joining system and incredible quality assembly, Seagull Models have worked hard to achieve this great representation of the Extra 300S with super looks and fantastic engineering. Featuring sophisticated, strong, computer designed and laser-cut airframe strikingly covered in arguably the strongest and most resilient polyester covering in the world, Oracover.

With fantastic vertical performance thanks to the low weight and with enough rudder to knife edge loop too, this is a great general aerobatic workhorse with a long pedigree.

All in all a great model to fly and admire.

    • Wingspan – 63ins (160cm)

 

    • Wing area – 663.4sq.ins (42.8sq.dm)

 

    • Suits – 61-75 2-stroke. (70-120 4-Stroke)

 

    • 4 channel RC with 6 servos

 

    • Factory covered with Oracover

 

    • Length – 116.7cm (45.9ins)

 

  • Approx flying weight – 6.6 – 7.5lb (3.0 – 3.2kg)

The 411:

  • Wing Span – 51″
  • Length – 51″
  • Height – 14″
  • Wing Area – 540 sq.in.
  • AUW (dry) – 4-4.5lb
  • Electric Power – 850-1250 watt motor, 60 Amp ESC, 4S/5S/6S LiPo
  • Radio – 5 channel with 4 high torque mini servos
Recommended CG Range and Control Throws
  • The center of gravity (CG) range for the 51″ AJ Slick 540 is located 1/2″ in front of the wing tube. (+/- 1/2″)
  • Aileron Control Throws
    • Low Rates – 15 deg. (30% Exp)
    • Mid Rates – 30 deg. (40% Exp)
    • High Rates – 45 deg. (50% Exp)
  • Elevator Control Throws
    • Low Rates – 20 deg. (30% Exp)
    • Mid Rates – 30 deg. (40% Exp)
    • High Rates – 45 deg. (50% Exp)
  • Rudder Control Throws
    • Low Rates – 15 deg. (30% Exp)
    • Mid Rates – 30 deg. (40% Exp)
    • High Rates – Max Throw (50% Exp)

What’s in the box:

  • NEW – Carbon-Kevlar plywood construction!
  • NEW – Carbon-Kevlar reinforced landing gear mount!
  • NEW – Carbon-Kevlar reinforced firewall!
  • Carbon fiber main gear
  • Carbon fiber tail gear
  • Carbon fiber wing tube
  • Pre-hinged control surfaces
  • G10 fiberglass control horns
  • Ultralight foam wheels
  • Heavy duty steel axles
  • Quick install, pre-drilled wheel pants
  • Pre-run rudder pull-pull wires (pushrod also included for push-pull option)
  • High quality ball links & pushrods for all control surfaces
  • Extra hardware bag for spares
  • Velcro for battery restraint
  • Optional SFGs included
  • All airframe components covered in genuine Ultracote (White HANU870, True Red HANU866, Midnight Blue HANU885, Cub Yellow HANU884)

The third release in the Extreme Flight RC 48 inch EXP series, the MXS is rewriting the rule book on ultra aggressive 3D maneuvers! Unrivaled in pitch and yaw authority, the MXS will be the machine that introduces a whole new level of gyroscopic gyrations and insane tumbles to the hardcore 3D masses. Rock solid in all aspects of current 3D maneuvers, the MXS will give those that fly on the bleeding edge the confidence and capability to push through and break new ground in expanding the rapidly evolving 3D flight envelope.

Utilizing the same lightweight interlocking laser cut construction and carbon reinforcement as our Extra and Edge, the MXS is capable of handling the most punishing maneuvers imaginable. Available in 2 gorgeous high visibility Ultracote color schemes with matching painted fiberglass cowl, wheel pants and racing wing tips, the MXS is sure to turn heads at the flying field long before it ever leaves the ground! An airfoiled carbon fiber landing gear, tailwheel assembly and wing tube as well as a complete useable hardware package and decal set are all part of the package and insure that your MXS is finished out with the best components possible.

If you are looking to take your flying to the next level, then look no further-The MXS-EXP is THE machine for you!

-Huge airfoiled control surfaces utilizing geodetic construction provide the ultimate in yaw, pitch and roll authority.

-Ships with both Side Force Generators and Scale Racing wing tips.

-Carbon fiber longerons and motor box supports add enormous strength and rigidity to the airframe, while G10/lite ply composite laminates make for a robust landing gear mount.

-One piece airfoiled molded carbon fiber landing gear and tailwheel bracket provide solid ground handling and contribute to the awesome appearance of the EXP.

-Spring loaded hatch latch provides instant access to battery tray and interior of aircraft while providing a solid attachment point for the canopy. -2 piece wing mounts on a carbon fiber wing tube and is easily removed for transport.

-G10 elevator and rudder horn bolts on to stock servo arm to allow for insane elevator and rudder travel.

-Rudder and elevator servo mount in the rear of the aircraft and utilize a short direct drive pushrod with ball links for slop free control surface actuation.

-Removable Side Force Generators add tremendously to the effective side area of the EXP increasing rudder authority and improving knife edge and high alpha stability.

-2 gorgeous genuine Ultracote color schemes available with expertly painted fiberglass cowl and wheel pants.

-Complete hardware package and decal sheet included.

-High level of pre-fabrication allows you to get the EXP in the air in as little as 3 hours!

Product Information

Specifications

Wingspan: 48 inches (minus Glass Wing Tips)
Length: 48 inches
Wing Area: 500 sq. in.
Weight: 44-48 oz.
Power: 2814/820 Outrunner with Airboss 45A Esc w/ 4S 2350 – 2700mAh LiPo battery
Radio: 5 channel w/ 4 sub-micro servos and ESC

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