Instruction Manual
Wingspan : 1420mm
g
Length
: 1320mm
Weight
: 3300g - 4000g
Radio
: 5 servo + 1 servo retract / 6 channel
Engine
: 61-75 two stroke
Instruction Manual
Manual
Instruction
SEA FURY
STINSON
- EP
KIT CONTENTS: We have organized the parts as they come out of the box for better identification
during assembly. We recommend that you regroup the parts in the same manner. This will ensure you
have all of parts required before you begin assembly.
KIT CONTENTS
MAIN GEAR ASSEMBLY
AILERON CONTROL SYSTEM
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2mm x 10mm screws
55mm diameter wheels
Metal rod 1.7mm x 300mm
Plastic cover
Collar
Retract gear
Metal clevises M2
Silicone tube
Metal connector
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
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Tail gear
25mm diameter wheel
Wheel collar
Plastic clasp
2mm x 16mm screws
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(2)
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(1)
(1)
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. (1) Nylon fuel tank
. (1) Metal clunk
. (1) Pre - assembled stopper w / 3 tube
Control horn
3mm x 30mm screw
Nylon horn
Metal clevis M2
Silicon tube
Nylon snap keepper
Domino connector
Metal rod 1.7mm x 100mm
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
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RUDDER CONTROL SYSTEM
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(1) Engine mount
(4) 4mm x 25mm screws
(4) Flat Washer
(4) Lock Washer
(8) Nut
(4) 4mm x 30mm screws
FUEL TANK
ELEVATOR CONTROL SYSTEM
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Control horn
3mm x 45mm screw
Nylon horn
Metal clevis M2
Silicon tube
Nylon snap keepper
Metal rod 1.7mm x 180mm
MOTOR MOUNT ASSEMBLY
TAIL GEAR ASSEMBLY
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(2)
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Control horn
3mm x 45mm screw
Nylon horn
Metal clevis M2
Silicon tube
Nylon snap keepper
THROTTLE CONTROL SYSTEM
. (1) 1.3mm x 500mm wire
. (1) 3.5mm x 350mm nylon pushrod housing
. (1) Metal connector
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(1) Dihedral
(1) Door of wheel cover
(2) Wing screw
(2) Plastic plate
(4) 2,6mm x 10mm screws
(3) Metal rod 1.7mm x 800mm
(1) Wooden plate
(2) 25mm x 400 gray tape
(1) Spinner
(1) Plastic engine cover
(1) Wooden circle
(4) Block of wood
(1) Decal
(1) Cowling
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Installing the aileron servos and linkage
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2
Remove the covering from the top of the wing.
Remove the covering from the aileron servo box (at the
bottom of the wing).
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4
Insert the thread into the wing.
Tape the servo lead into the end of the thread.
5
6
Pull the servo lead out.
Using the masking tape, tape the servo lead onto the top of
the wing.
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8
Install the aileron servo.
The aileron control horn and linkages.
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10
Mark the holes from the control horn onto the bottom of
the aileron.
Install the control horn onto the aileron.
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12
Install the clevis to the aileron pushrod.
Insert the clevis into the control horn.
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14
Cut away the aileron pushrod.
Bend “L” the aileron pushrod.
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Attach the nylon clasp to the aileron servo arm.
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Joining the wing halves
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Center line
Draw a center line.
Remove the covering from the rear of the wing.
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Glue the wing joiner to the wing, using the epoxy glue.
Apply the epoxy into the wing section.
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Glue the wing by epoxy.
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Apply the trim tape to the center section on the top and the
bottom of the wing where they join.
Installing the landing gear
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Install the gear servo into the servo tray.
One set of the landing gear.
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25
Insert the landing gear into the block and mark four holes
onto the block.
Take out the landing gear and drill four holes into the block.
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Silicone
Metal clevis
Metal Pushrod
Attach the metal rod to the landing gear.
Install and secure the landing gear into the block.
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29
Prepare the plastic part.
Glue the plastic part by C.A glue.
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31
Install the collar into the gear.
Install the wheel into the gear.
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33
Install two metal connector to the servo arm of the gear servo.
Install the servo arm and attach two rods to the metal
connector.
Close position
Open position
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Installing the horizontal stabilizer and the vertical stabilizer
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35
Make a center line onto the horizontal.
Remove the covering from the rear of the fuselage.
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37
Make the slot from the fuselage for rudder hinge.
Attach the horizontal to the fuselage and check it.
38
Check the horizontal and the wing as shows.
Mark the shape of the fuselage onto the bottom of the
horizontal.
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40
Remove the covering from the bottom of the horizontal.
Glue the horizontal into the fuselage by epoxy.
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Remove the covering from the rear of the vertical.
Insert the hinge into the slot.
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Attach the horizontal and the vertical to the fuselage.
Mark the shape of the vertical onto the top of the horizontal.
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Remove the covering from the top of the horizontal.
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Glue the vertical into the fuselage by epoxy and also glue the
hinge of rudder.
a2
a1 = a2
Check the vertical before it dry.
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Installing the elevator and rudder pushrod
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The control horn.
Install the control horn onto the elevator.
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Make the same way for the second control horn.
Remove the covering from the slot.
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Attach the clevis to the elevator pushrod.
Insert the silicone tube into the clevis.
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Insert the elevator pushrod into the fuselage.
Attach the clevis to the control horn.
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Make the same way for the second elevator pushrod.
Install control horn onto the rudder.
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Remove the covering from the slot.
Insert the rudder pushrod into the fuselage.
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Attach the clevis to the control horn.
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Installing the tail gear
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The tail gear.
Make the slot from the bottom of the rudder.
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Install the two nylon clasp onto the bottom of the rudder.
Glue the two nylon clasp C.A glue.
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Install the wheel and the collar into the tail gear.
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Install the tail gear into the fuselage and secure it.
Installing the servo of the elevator and rudder
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Install the elevator servo and secure it.
Cut away the elevator pushrod.
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Prepare the metal connector.
Secure the elevator pushrod.
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Attach the nylon clasp.
Install the rudder servo and secure it.
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Cut away the rudder pushrod.
Bend “L” the rudder pushrod.
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Attach the nylon clasp.
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Installing the fuel tank and the engine
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The engine mount.
Install the engine mount.
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Prepare the stopper for the tank.
Secure the stopper.
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Install the silicone tube of the tank (not included).
Slide the fuel tank to the fuselage.
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Secure the fuel tank by C.A glue.
Attach the engine to the engine mount and mark four holes.
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Drill four holes onto the engine mount.
Install the throttle rod.
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Glue the nylon housing.
Attach the throttle rod to the arm of the carburator.
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Install the engine and secure it.
Secure the muffler.
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Install the throttle servo.
Install the metal connector to the servo arm.
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Secure the throttle rod.
Cut away the throttle rod.
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Installing the switch, receiver and battery
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Place the switch to the fuselage.
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Install the switch.
Battery
Receiver
Install the receiver and battery.
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Install the plastic engine cover
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Glue the block of wood to the plastic cover.
Glue the plastic cover to the cowl.
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Prepare the cowl.
Install the cowl.
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Insert the plate of the spinner.
Install the propeller.
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Install the propeller.
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BALANCING
CONTROL THROWS
1. It is critical that your airplane be balanced correctly.
Improper balance will cause your plane to lose
control and crash.
1. We highly recommend setting up a plane using the
control throws listed.
2. The control throws should be measured at the widest
point of each control surface.
THE CENTER OF GRAVITY IS LOCATED 105mm
BACK FROM THE LEADING EDGE OF THE WING,
AT THE FUSELAGE.
3. Check to be sure the control surfaces move in the
correct directions.
2. Mount the wing to the fuselage. Using a couple of
pieces of masking tape, place them on the top side of
the wing 105mm back from the leading edge, at the
fuselage sides.
Ailerons : 12mm up
Elevator : 12mm up
Rudder : 25mm right
3. Turn the airplane upside down. Place your fingers on
the masking tape and carefully lift the plane .
4. If the nose of the plane falls, the plane is heavy nose.
To correct this first move the battery pack further
back in the fuselage. If this is not possible or does not
correct it, stick small amounts of lead weight on the
fuselage under the horizontal stabilizer. If the tail of
the plane falls, the plane is tail heavy. To correct this,
move the battery and receiver forward or if this is not
possible, stick weight into the firewall. When balanced
correctly, the airplane should sit level or slightly nose
down when you lift it up with your fingers.
12mm down
12mm down
25mm left
12mm
12mm
Aileron Control
12mm
12mm
Elevator Control
25mm
25mm
Rudder Control
105mm
LATERAL BALANCE
After you have balanced a plane on the C.G. You
should laterally balance it. Doing this will help the
airplane track straighter
1. Turn the airplane upside down. Attach one loop of
heavy string to the engine crankshaft and one to the
tail wheel wire. With the wings level, carefully lift
the airplane by the string. This may require two
people to make it easier.
FLIGHT PREPARATION PRE FLIGHT CHECK
1. Completely charge your transmitter and receiver
batteries before your first day of flying.
2. If one side of the wing fall, that side is heavier than
the opposite. Add small amounts of lead weight to
the bottom side of the lighter wing half's wing tip.
Follow this procedure until the wing stays level
when you lift the airplane.
2. Check every bolt and every glue joint in your plane
to ensure that everything is tight and well bonded.
3. Double check the balance of the airplane
4. Check the control surface
5. Check the receiver antenna . It should be fully
extended and not coiled up inside the fuselage.
6. Properly balance the propeller.
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I/C FLIGHT GUIDELINES
When ready to fly, first extend the
transmitter aerial.
Switch on the transmitter.
Operate the control sticks on the
transmitter and check that the control
surfaces move freely and in the
CORRECT directions.
ALWAYS land the model INTO the
wind, this ensures that the model lands
at the slowest possible speed.
Check that the transmitter batteries
have adequate power.
Switch off the receiver.
Switch on the receiver.
Check that the wings are correctly
fitted to the fuselage.
ALWAYS take off into the wind.
Switch off the transmitter.
If the model does not respond correctly
to the controls, land it as soon as
possible and correct the fault.
Empty the fuel tank after flying, fuel left
in the tank can cause corrosion and
lead to engine problems.
Made in Vietnam
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