Before commencing assembly please read these instructions thoroughly , .

Before commencing assembly please read these instructions thoroughly  , .
I NSTRUCTI ON M ANUAL
Before commencing assembly , please read these instructions thoroughly .
(GM081XM)
Specifications
Wing Span: 62.9 in / 1600 mm
Wing Area: 428 sq in / 27.6 sq dm
Flying Weight: 25.8 oz / 730 g
Fuselage Length: 33.8 in / 858 mm
Requires: 3-channel radio w/ 3 mini servos
Outrunner Motor KM28251025 w/ Propeller Adaptor
HW2340100 20A Brushless ESC,9x6 Propeller,
3 cells 11.1V 1800 mAh Li-Po battery & charger.
Warning ! This model is not a toy.
It is designed for maximum performance. Please seek advice if one is not familiar with this kind
of electric powered precision model. Operating this model without prior preparation may cause
injuries. Remember, safety is the most important thing. Always keep this instruction manual at
hand for quick reference.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.*
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INDEX
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
P.1
PARTS LIST
P.2
ASSEMBLY
P.3-P.15
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
P.16
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
1 Read through the manual before you begin, so you will have an overall idea of what to do.
2 Check all parts. If you find any defective or missing parts contact your local dealer. Please
DRY FIT and check for defects for all parts that will require CA or Epoxy for final assembly.
Any parts you find to be defective after the gluing process may be difficult to remove for
warranty replacement. The manufacturer will replace any defective parts, but will not extend
to the parts that are good before gluing to defective parts during assembly. Warranty will
not cover any parts modified by customer. For pre-assembled kits, please check proper
functions of all servos on the ground before flying. Servo gears could be damaged when
control surfaces are hit during transportation of models. The manufacturer will replace any
servos due to manufacturer`s defect, but will not cover plane crashes due to damaged
servos not detected before flying.
3 Symbols used throughout this instruction manual comprise of the following :-
3mm
Apply epoxy glue.
Apply instant glue
(C.A.glue, super glue.)
Apply thread locker
Must be purchased separately !
Assemble left and right
sides the same way.
Ensure smooth non-binding
movement while assembling.
Peel off shaded portion
covering film.
Cut off shaded portion.
Drill holes with the specified
diameter (here: 3mm).
Pierce the shaded portion
covering film.
Warning!
Pay close attention here!
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P.1
Do not overlook this symbol !
Parts List
1.DECALS: GM081XM DEC -- 1 set
MAIN WING -- 1 pair
STABILIZER -- 1 set
FUSELAGE -- 1 set
2.STABILIZER & ELEVATOR -- 1 set
HINGES PL4115050 -- 4 pcs
3.VERTICAL FIN & RUDDER -- 1 set
HINGES PLL4115050-- 3 pcs
4.DECALS FOR RUDDER - 1 set
5.HORN PL4113103 -- 1 pc.
PLASTIC BRACKET -- 2 pcs
6.FUEL TUBE D2xD4x4mm -- 2 pcs
CLEVIS PL4112105 --1 pc.
STRAPER PL4112106 -- 1 pc.
PUSHROD Ø1.4x45mm w/ Threads (For Rudder) -- 1 pc.
7.HORN PL4113103 -- 1 pc.
PLASTIC BRACKET -- 2 pcs
8.FUEL TUBE D2xD4x4mm -- 2 pcs
CLEVIS PL4112105 --1 pc.
STRAPER PL4112106 -- 1 pc.
PUSHROD Ø1.4x60mm w/ Threads (For Elevator) -- 1 pc.
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9.TAIL LANDING GEAR PL3410030 --1 set
SCREW PA2x8mm -- 2 pcs
TAIL WHEEL Ø23mm PL3510230 -- 1 pc.
10.MAIN LANDING GEAR Ø2.5mm -- 1 set
COLLAR Ø2.6mm w/ Set Screw -- 2 sets
MAIN WHEEL Ø40mm PL3116040 -- 2 pcs
SCREW PA2.3x8mm -- 1 pc.
PLYWOOD 21x26x2.5mm (For Main Landing Gear) -- 1 pc.
11.SOCKET HEAD SCREW M3x8mm -- 4 pcs
WASHER d3xD7mm -- 4 pcs
12.RECEIVER TIE 130mm -- 1 pc.
14.BATTERY TIE 200mm-- 1 pc.
BATTERY MAT 2x50x150mm-- 2 pcs
16.SPINNER Ø36mm SP27036FR0 -- 1 set
9x6 PROPELLERS PL6314050 -- 1 set
SCREW PM2x12mm -- 2 pcs
SCREW PA1.7x8mm -- 2 pcs
17.WING TUBE Ø6x715mm -- 1 pc.
NYLON BOLT M3x20mm -- 2 pcs
18.BATTERY COVER -- 1 pc.
P.2
1
Decals
Cut out decal sheet, peel off backing sheet and
apply on fuselage, stabilizer and wings.
Decal
Main wings
Top View
Bottom View
Stabilizer
Bottom View
Top View
Fuselage
Left View
Right View
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P.3
2
Stabilizer & Elevator
Hinge Setting
Hinge
Section View
Completed
Hinge
3
Bottom View
For pre-assembled version, the hinges are factory glued.
Vertical Fin & Rudder
Hinge Setting
Hinge
Section View
Completed
Hinge
For pre-assembled version, the hinges are factory glued.
Right View
4
Decals for Rudder
Transparent decals to
reinforce stabilizer.
Apply decal sheets on both sides to fasten rudder. Make sure no decal sheet cover the hinge gap. Check free movement of rudder
before hooking up with rudder pushrod.
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P.4
5
Rudder Servo & Horn
Plastic Bracket
Servo wire
For pre-assembled version, the horn is factory
glued and servo installed.
Horn
6
Rudder Pushrod
Straper
Plastic Stand
Fuel Tube
d2xD4x4mm
Pushrod
Ø1.4x45mm
Clevis
Horn
7
Fuel Tube
d2xD4x4mm
Elevator Servo & Horn
Servo wire
Plastic Bracket
For pre-assembled version, the horn is factory glued and servo installed.
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P.5
Horn
8
Elevator Pushrod
Plastic Stand
Straper
Pushrod
Ø1.4x60mm
Clevis
Fuel Tube
d2xD4x4mm
9
Horn
Tail Landing Gear
Screw
2
PA2x8mm
Wheel Ø23mm
PA2x8mm
Plastic
Collar
1.2mm
Bottom View
10
Main Landing Gear
Screw
1
PA2.3x8mm
Fuselage
Plywood
21x26x2.5mm
0
10
PA2.3x8mm
Landing Gear
Wheel Ø40mm
3.1mm Collar
M3x3mm
Set Screw
Landing Gear
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P.6
11
Motor & ESC
M3x8mm
Socket Head Screw
4
d3xD7mm
Washer
4
M3x8mm
2-Pin EZ Connector
d3xD7mm Washer
EZ Connector
Brushless ESC
Motor
ESC
Solder
12
Solder
TWM
KP0011310
Radio
1
2
3
4
Rudder Servo
Elevator Servo
ESC
5
6
IDSET
Receiver
Plug in the Rudder Servo wire to channel 1
Plug in the Elevator Servo wire to channel 2
Plug in the ESC Throttle wire to channel 3
Receiver Tie 130mm
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P.7
13
Radio
Switch on radio
The power LED should turn on
Install battery
Elevator
Throttle
Elevator
Aileron
Aileron
Mode 1
14
Mode 2
Battery & Motor Setting
Battery Tie 200mm
1
Pull throttle
stick all the
way back.
Mode 1
Battery Mat
Mode 2
2 Plug in battery wait a few
seconds for the transmiter
and receiver to bind.
Red
Red
Black
Black
Plug in with red+ / black- reversed will damage the ESC.
Battery
ESC
Solder
Solder
TWM
KP0011210
Mode 1
Mode 2
3 Advance throttle stick, the motor should start running,
check motor shaft for rotating direction. The motor should be turning counter-clock wise. If rotating direction is not
correct, unplug the 3-pin plug connecting the motor and ESC, swivel 180° and plug back, the rotation will be reversed.
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P.8
15
Servos Setting
Mode 1
Pull back Elevator stick
Mode 2
Elevator should move up, plane will pull up when
flying.
Pull back Elevator stick
Elevator should move down, plane will dive down
when flying.
Push foward Elevator stick
Mode 1
Push foward Elevator stick
Mode 2
Mode 1
Move aileron stick to
right side
Mode 1
Move aileron stick to
left side
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Mode 2
The rudder should move to right, the plane will bank
right and turn to right when flying.
Move aileron stick to
right side
The rudder should move to left, the plane will bank
left and turn to left when flying.
Mode 2
Move aileron stick to
left side
P.9
16
Propeller
1
2
Unplug battery
Switch off transmiter
EZ Connector Puller
4 Install the propeller
Propeller Adaptor
(d3xD5) HW2340100
PM2x12mm
9x6 Propeller PL6314050
3
Charge battery
M5 Nut
Ø36mm Spinner
PA1.7x8mm
TWM HW3111400
PROPELLER ADAPTOR WRENCH
sure you have unplugged the battery before
* Make
working on the propeller.
The battery is ready for use when
all the lights turn from red to green.
17
Main Wing
Nylon Bolt M3x20mm
Wing Tube Ø6x715mm
Insert carben fiber wing tube into right wing, align the anchor holes and apply the nylon bolt.
Nylon Bolt M3x20mm
Insert the right wing into the Fuselage. Inset the left wing onto the carbon wing tube, press
the wings against the fuselage align the anchor holes and apply the nylon bolt.
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P.10
18
C.G.
Install battery onto the battery tray. Don`t plug in the battery yet. Put on the battery check C.G. mark underneath wings.
Support the model by two fingers on the C.G. mark, move battery position if necessary to balance the model on the
C.G. marks.
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P.11
19
Get Ready to fly
1
Turn on transwitter, throttle stick at low position.
Mode 1
2
Mode 2
Plug in battery.
Red
Black
Red
Black
Plug in with red+ / black- reversed will damage the ESC.
3
Wait a few seconds for the receiver to bind with transmitter.
4
Make sure the propeller is cleared of any object.
Advance throttle stick
slowly to check totation
of propeller.
Mode 1
5
Mode 2
Check movement of Elevator and Rudder by moving the Aileron and Elevator sticks, as shown in step 14.
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P.12
20
Flying
Try to get an experienced flyer to check through your installation before flying. Ask him/her to do
the first flight for you. He/she can trim out the control surfaces for you so the model can fly straight
and level with control sticks in neutral positions and throttle stick about half throttle. You will get a
much higher successful rate with the help from an experienced flyer.
If you learning to fly by yourself, try to follow the steps below.
1
Fine tune Elevator and Rudder with sub-trim tab.
Mode 1
Mode 2
Move Elevator Sub-trim tab up or down to bring elevator in a straight line with horizontal stabilizer.
Mode 1
Mode 2
Move Aileron Sub-trim tab left or right to bring rudder in a straight line with vertical stabilizer.
2
Taxiing practice
Find a large flying field, at least the size of two football courts, ideally with a paved runway. Put the model on the ground. Slowly
advance the throttle until the model starts to taxi on the ground. Maintain the throttle, and taxi the model on the ground with a
figure eight turn. If the model is moving too fast, throttle back, if too slow, push throttle. Move the aileron stick to right for right
turn and left for left turn. This is to train your coordination of your controls on the throttle and turning. Do this for at least 10
rounds until you are familiar with the response of the sticks. After you feel confident in doing figure 8 turns, try doing oval rounds,
counterclockwise and then clockwise. Make sure you get the feeling of turning control when the plane is going towards you. If
you have spent a lot of time on taxiing, re-charge your battery before flying.
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P.13
3
Flying
Now it is time to take off. Don't fly if the wind is more than 5 miles per hour. Wind is good for take off and landing, but if it is
too windy, it will be very difficult to control the plane. It is much better to wait for calm weather than crashing your beautiful
plane. Check that there is no one at the field. If you have someone with you at the flying field, ask them to stay behind you.
Check the wind direction. Taxi the plane against the wind direction. You can take off from left to right. Taking off and landing
against the wind is the rule of thumb. Advance the throttle gradually and see the plane increase in taxiing speed. By the time
you reach full throttle, the plane should be lifted off the ground. If the plane is not taking off, pull back the elevator slightly and
the plane should lift off. Maintain a 15° climb and turn left before you reach the end of the field. Turn big circle, the plane will
lose air speed when turning small circle and will drop the nose, pull up elevator a bit to bring back the climb angle.
Wind
15°
When you reach 10 storey height, you can throttle back to about half throttle and try to fly in a level course. Try to do the figure
8 turn as you have practiced on the ground. Try to do big circle turns, and when you see the plane drops during turning, pull
back elevator slightly and throttle up a bit to maintain the plane at the same level. Practice the figure 8 turn for the next 5
minutes. When you are OK with the figure 8 turn, try to do the counter clockwise turn. Always try to fly the plane with the
fuselage in a level manner. If you find the plane always wants to dive, pull the trimming tab towards your body to trim up the
elevator. If you find the plane always wants to climb, push the trimming tab away from your body to trim down the elevator. The
goal is to fine trim the elevator so you can have a level flight at about half throttle. With the elevator properly trimmed, you will
find that when you throttle up, the plane will go up, and when you throttle down, the plane will descend. When you get the plane
under control, it is time for landing.
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P.14
4
Landing
Turn the plane against the wind, line up with the runway and throttle back. The plane will be losing air speed and descending
gradually. Use the elevator to keep the plane in a level manner. If you allow the plane to nose up, the plane will lose air speed
too soon and will lose lift ( stall ) and falls to the ground. If you want the plane to touch down further down the runway, throttle
up a bit to increase the air speed of the plane. Never pull up elevator to pull up the nose of the plane thinking that will make it
touch down further down the runway, it will stall the plane at that spot and crash.
Wind
Keep the plane in a level manner.
5
Control
The most common problem for novice flyer is over control of the sticks. Do not push or pull the aileron or elevator stick all
the way. Gradually move the stick and when you see the plane starts to show response to your stick input, release the stick
to its neutral position, the plane will continue to move in that direction for a while. If you need more movement, move the stick
again. Push the stick all the way too long will cause the plane to spiral and spin out of control.
6
Emergency
If at anytime during flying you think you are losing control of the plane, or you don't know what to do next, throttle back, and let
go of your fingers on the control stick. If the plane is flying high enough, it will recover to a level manner and descend, give you
more time to re-gain control from the panicking situation. If the plane is flying too low, throttling back will reduce the damage
done to the plane by reducing the speed of the plane, and could likely save you a broken propeller. Again, throttle back and
hands off could be your best action, if you don't know what to do. Good luck!
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P.15
Warning!
Important Safety Precautions
# First time flyer should never fly by himself / herself. Assistance from experienced flyer
is absolutely necessary.
# Pre-flight adjustment must be done before flying, it is very dangerous to fly a badly
pre-adjusted aircraft.
#
is specially designed to be powered by KM28251025 Outrunner Motor.
# Make sure the air field is spacious, never fly the plane too close to people and never get
too close to a running propeller. Extreme caution should be exercised when working with
electric powered models. Make sure the propeller is cleared of all objects, especially your
hands before connecting the battery to the model. Make sure you understand the
operation of the ESC (Electronic Speed Control) by studying the ESC manual. Once you
plug in the battery for electric powered model, always treat the propeller as a rotating one,
as accidental movement of the throttle stick will spin the propeller and could cause injuries.
# Check and re-tighten up all factory assembled screws, use thread locker if necessary.
GM081XMPO30221403
P.16
Pl8210010
Small‡ Clevis
Large‡ Clevis
Outrunner Motor
KM28251025
EZ Connector Puller
Code No.
Size
PL8210030
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Package
1 set
-Kv (rpm/V): 1025
-Operating Power: 110W
-Operating Voltage: 2-3S Li-Po
-Operating Current: 10A
-Peak Current: 15A (max. 15 sec.)
-Internal Resistance: 50 m ohms
-Diameter: 27.6mm
-Length: 25mm
-Weight: 40g
-Shaft Diameter: 3mm
-Shaft Length: 14 mm
-Mounting Screw:
M3 (Front)
-Distance of Mounting Holes:
16mm and 19mm
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