Device with cross stabilizer

Anyone who discusses stabilizer configurations with Philip Kolb will get to know his enthusiasm for cross stabilizers. So today we can offer you a cross stabilizer version of our Device. The model is characterized by an exceptionally good controllability in all speed ranges. Sören Krogh, a long time Device pilot is enthusiastic about the cross stabilizer Device, especially when he flies F3F on the coasts of Denmark. The use in competitions will show if the cross stabilizer Device is competitive with the normal Device.

All versions of the model have the same weights as the V-stabilizer version.

You can order your wing according to your requirements:

  • You choose the servo variant so the wing is delivered with the correct IDS servo linkage for your servos. E.g. KST X 10; KST X 10 Mini, MKS HV 6130, MKS HBL 6625, JR HV 189 or others.
  • You can choose your own design.
  • The wiring is prepared in the wing

I also offer you to equip the models.

Wing

Versions:

 

  1.  Super-light version: approx. 1000g wing weight, built with highmodul carbon non-crimp fabric. A take-off weight in the glider version of 1800g is possible (depending on the servos). The wing is only partially capable for winch launches! This wing is very well suited to create  a light wind high-performance motor glider with the electric fuselage. The wing weight can vary due to the respective design. The lightest one is visible carbon. Light RAL colours weight a lot…
  2. Light version: approx. 1060g wing weight, built with highmodul carbon non-crimp fabric. The wing is capable to winch launches. The construction of the spar is equal to the F3B and F3F versions. A take-off weight in the glider version of 1900g is possible (depending on the servos).
  3.  Worldcup HM version: approx. 1160g wing weight, built with highmodul carbon non-crimp fabric. 2 layers 34g/m2 over the whole wing and a third layer in the D-box up to the aileron area (reinforcements in the flaps). A take-off weight in the glider version of 2000g is possible (depending on the servos and design).
  4. High end HM version: approx. 1200g wing weight, built with highmodul carbon non-crimp fabric. 2 layers 34g/m2 over the whole wing and a third layer in the middle wing area. This version is used by Team Badesalz in competitions. A take-off weight in the glider version of 2100g is possible (depending on the servos and design).
  5.  F3F 4 layers HM version: from 1300g wing weight, built with highmodul carbon non-crimp fabric. 3 layers 34g/m2 over the whole wing and a fourth layer in the middle wing area. A take-off weight in the glider version of 2200g is possible (depending on the servos).
  6.  F3F 4 layers IMS version: approx. 1340g wing weight. The shell is made with 3 layers 39g/m2 IMS carbon non-crimp fabric over the entire wing and has got a fourth layer in the middle wing area. Green Airex is used as support material. This wing is constructed to be robust even in difficult landing situations. A take-off weight in the glider version of 2300g is possible (depending on the servos, design and fuselage version).