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The PhlatSTANG

Discussion in '(1) KRAM242 Kits' started by theothers, May 31, 2010.

  1. theothers

    theothers Administrator Staff Member

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    New Jersey
    The PhlatSTANG is the first of the Micro Phlat Fleet. The Micro Phlatboyz give you all of the excitement of flying in a small/compact package utilizing the latest in micro technology.

    With it's light airframe and unique design, the PhlatSTANG is practically indestructible. You can take these little planez wherever you go. The PhlatSTANG is a blast to fly!

    Collect them all and combat with your friendz!

    Only $29.95 plus 6 bucks shipping (with the United States). Outside of the U.S., please contact us for a shipping quote.


    Kits will begin shipping on Thursday, June 4, 2010!

    You will receive:
    Professionally Phlatprinted/Milled 3mm white Depron parts
    Complete Sticker Package
    Carbon Fiber Support Rods
    160 mAh 1S 30C Battery
    Complete Shopping Parts List
    Access to Video Build Log

    Note: This Kit assumes you are familiar with scratch building. Please watch the build log video.

    Dealer inquiries and/or bulk orders are welcome. Please contact us for details at phlatboyz@phlatboyz.com

    Wingspan: 11" Wing Span
    Overall Length: 10" Length
    Wing Area: Approx. 54 sq. in.
    Flying Weight: 1.4 oz Ready to Fly
    Motor Size: Ultra-Micro 4-Site (purchased separately)
    Servos: Spektrum AS2000L: two integrated on the AR6400L
    Prop Size: 130mm X 70mm UM 4-Site
    Speed Control : Brushed controller integrated on the AR6400L (purchased separately)
    Recommended Battery: 1S 150mAh
    Scale: Micro
    Experience Level: Intermediate/Advanced
    Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor (light to no wind)
    Is Assembly Required: Yes

    Here is the complete shopping list of the parts you will need to complete this Kit:

    Spektrum AR6400L DSM2 6 Channel UltraMicro Receiver/ESC http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=SPMAR6400L
    parkzone PKZ3507 Tail Wheel: Sukhoi
    parkzone PKZ3525 Elevator&RudderPushrod: Sukhoi
    parkzone PKZ3603 Main Gear Set: UM P-51
    E-flite EFL9051 Prop with Spinner (2): Ultra-Micro 4-Site
    http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=EFL9051/>E-flite EFL9052 Main Motor: Ultra-Micro 4-Site
    E-flite EFL9053 Gearbox with prop Shaft: Ultra-Micro 4-Site
    E-flite EFL9057 Hardware set: Ultra-Micro 4-Site

    Here is the build log video:
    Attached files [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
  2. Flashsolutions

    Flashsolutions Active Member

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    Leesburg, Florida
    This is great kit! Mark and Trish once again have created a great value and a great product.

    I finished building mine last night and flew it this morning at our very small indoor venue and it performed flawlessly and attracted a lot of attention.

    We have a 4th of July event coming up in which this plane will be flown for a crowd of people new to the hobby.

    I love how it can be flown fast and precise yet can be slowed down to a walk in high alpha.

    The kit was easy enough to build. The hardest part is probably dealing with the decals. I discovered a little trick to help with the small ones; cut out around them leaving a larger area and then peal back some backing, cut it in half and put the backing back in place. Then trim the decal to size. You can now separate the backing, apply half to the plane and then remove the other half and complete the decal.

    The kit was packed with layers of paper separating the sheets of foam and decals. The tabs were just the right amount to hold the parts in place and not so many as to take a lot of time getting them cut free.

    You do have to pay attention to the build video. It can be easy to get some of the parts or decals in the wrong place. Ask me how I know that...

    I used Aileens Tacky Glue which was a good thing. I glued a couple of pieces on only to realize they were on the wrong side of the main part. A bit of water on a paper towel and the glue was easily removed and the part secured correctly with no ill effects.

    You guys will want to buy one or more of these little critters. Help M&T while getting a great plane to fly...
    kram242 likes this.
  3. theothers

    theothers Administrator Staff Member

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    New Jersey

    Thank you so much for taking the time to type this awesome review of the PhlatSTANG! We are so happy to hear that you enjoyed it. We would love to see some video of you flying it if you can. We can't wait to hear from you after your 4th of July event!

    Thank you so much,

    Mark and Trish

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