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The XFly 1500mm(59.1'') Tasman is a STOL-capable, high-wing airplane featuring sporty flight and aerobatic 3D performance. The Tasman's impressive flight characteristics and large air-filled shock-absorbing tires make short takeoffs and aggressive landings on any type of surface easy. The 4S-compatible brushless motor, 40A ESC, 2-blade propeller and a 4S Lipo battery proved to be the optimum setup for power and duration, allowing the plane to hover, roll, loop and fly inverted easily, which makes it highly recommended as an advanced trainer.

Factory-installed LED navigation lights, plus operational flaps, are functional scale features that take your experience to another level. The Tasman comes equipped with a latch-type top hatch to fit 4S 2200-3300mah batteries for a wide range in performance and flight times.

If you are looking for an advanced trainer with STOL capabilities, sport performance and simple aerobatic 3D capabilities, look no further than the XFly Tasman!

Lightweight yet durable composite-reinforced EPO
Larger wing and functional flaps delivering short takeoff and landings (STOL) plus 3D capabilities
Unique oversized pair of air-filled tires that deliver great bounce and rebound resiliency. These wheels make hard or uneven terrain landings/takeoffs possible
Realistic-looking LED navigation lights
Latch-type top hatch to fit 4S 2200-3300mAh batteries for a wide range in performance and flight times
Wingspan: 1500mm/59in
Overall length: 1150mm/45in
Flying weight: 1800g(4S 2600mAh)
Motor size: 3536-KV900
ESC: 40A
Servo: 9g digital servos *6
Radio: 5 channel
CG: 60mm from the leading edge
Wing load: 50g/dm²
Wing area: 36dm²
Recommended battery: 4S 2200-3300mah
Approx flying duration: 6-10 mins
Assembly time: 20 mins
Skill level: Intermediate
Age level: 14 years +
Flap: Yes
LED: Yes
Retract: No
Landing gear: Fixed main landing gear, steerable rear gear
Prop size: 0

Battery and Charger

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 08 November, 2023.

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