Rudder, Elevator, Throttle Control.
Wing Span: 25"
Wing area 330 sq. in.
Weight ready to fly 6.5 oz.
I have been wanting to design an EzFly that performed better in a smaller space like a small gym. I have played with several different designs but none seemed just right, until now. The next best plane for indoors that is easy to fly is the PizzaBox. The reason that it does so well is the wing chord is so wide that it really does not stall as long as you have thrust, even with the nose real high and very little forward speed. The wing span is very small and this makes it very maneuverable so it can fly in a small area. This inspired me to make similar changes to the EzFly and I love how it flys. It uses all the same components as a standard EzFly. Indoors it flies great with a 2s 450 battery. Outdoors a 3s 450 battery is fine and gives great thrust which helps if there is wind.
The Ezfly was designed as a trainer to get my daughter flying. It is a fun easy flying plane for indoors or out. It has smooth dosile flying characteristics with a dihedral wing and rudder, elevator, throttle controls to make it simple for a beginner to understand. It can fly at a walking speed so they have plenty of time to make corrections. The nose is tripple thick EPP foam and the motor is mounted mid plane to minimize damage from crashing. Being EPP if it does break or tear it only takes a little glue and a few minuets to get it flying again. The construction is easy with the alignment tabs.
Kit includes the laser cut foam parts with the bevels and spar slots finished as well as a hardware pack containing the spar, push rods, control horns and motor mount.
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