Ladekabel mit Ultra Micro Stecker speziell für Parkzone Modelle wie z.B.: Blade mCX, Cessna 210, Citabria, Vapor, Ember 2, and Ultra-Micro P-51 and J-3 Cub.
Specifications The CESSNA P210N, manufactured from 1978 - 1983, requires a 1 person crew and can transport up to 5 passengers. The aircraft has a maximum operating altitude of 25,000', a normal...
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Apr 08, 2009 · 4-channel Ultra-Micro 3D parkzone airplane! sick! im getin 1! ... A buddy got a Kyosho Cessna 210 Centurion 2,4Ghz and this little birdie is really fun but has no ...
These batteries are also ideal for the ParkZone Vapor, Micro Citabria, Cessna 210, Ember, and the Parkzone Sukhoi among other micro planes. Size (each battery): 5.6mm x 11.1mm x 43.6mm - 4 grams. Includes: 4 Batteries <p >Fits: But not Limted To <p >Blade Nano CP X <p >E-Flite Blade mSR E-Flite Blade mCX E-Flite Blade mCX S300 E-Flite Blade mCX2
The ParkZone Cessna 210 Centurion has a remarkable speed range for a semi-scale model of any size. It will practically leap into the air and climb with authority at full throttle yet slows right down at reduced throttle. A steady cruise is under half throttle. Power transitions are smooth as silk.
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ParkZone was a brand of intermediate-level, radio controlled electric model aircraft produced and distributed by American hobby manufacturer Horizon Hobby of Champaign, Illinois, United States. The name is taken from the term park flyer , denoting a relatively small, and unobtrusive model that can be flown in a park .