Top Race® C188 Electric 2 Ch Infrared Remote Control RC Biplane Airplane RTF (Colors Vary)

What so good about the Top Race C188 Biplane? This is a “Biplane”, means it has “Two Main Wings” on the fuselage, the Wright brothers’ Wright Flyer used a biplane design, as did most aircraft in the early years of aviation. A biplane wing structure has a structural advantage, it produces more lift than a similar monoplane wing, so you don’t have to give much throttle and it will stay in the air. We recommend this Biplane to beginners over the mono-wing plane, because it flies slower. By moving the Throttle from 10% to 100%, you can easily control the plane elevation rate, you can make a perfect horizontal flying by just giving 10% throttle, or climb rapidly by pushing the throttle to 100%, very simple aerobatic theory and proven effective. The Bank Left and Bank Right will make one of the motors spin faster or slower, so you get the plane to turn left or right, also clever and effective design. Almost indestructible from crashing The plane is very durable, making it great for any players, even kids. It is made of EPO foam, a commonly used material in RC plane models, it is very light weight and flexible, feels like rubber, but without the weight. We tested the plane by dropping from 3 stories high, the plane body remains intact, just some scratch on the nose. Top Race® BiPlane C188 Radio Control Indoor RC Plane Specifications: Total Weight: 9.0g Total Length: 190mm Wing Span: 180mm Time in flight: 8-12 min Package Includes: Gilder Body x 1 Transmitter x 1 Manual x 1 Extra! Spare Propeller x 2


  • Top Race® C188 Electric 2 Ch Infrared Remote Control RC Biplane Airplane RTF
  • Full Flight: Up, Down, Left, Right, 2 Channel, with Lights
  • Auto Stable Technology for Stabled Flight, Durable Unique material Withstand impact
  • Charge time is 20 min. for a 12 min. Flight
  • Transmitter Requires 6 AA Batteries (Not Included) Extra Parts Included

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