55 - Rainbow_hinh lon dang lam

55 - Rainbow_hinh lon dang lam
Instruction Manual
Wing span: 1590mm (62.6 in)
Length: 1100mm (43.3 in)
Weight: 1500gr - 1700gr
Motor: AXI 2814/10 or
Motor: 500-600 w/ gear box
Radio: 4 Channel / 4 servos standar
Propeller: 12 x 4.7
We wish you many enjoyable flights with your plane and once again thank you for your choosing a Phoenix Model product
KIT CONTENTS: We have organized the parts as they come out of the box for the 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
AIR FRAME ASSEMBLIES
RUDDER CONTROL SYSTEM
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Wing halves with ailerons
Fuselage
Horizontal stabilizer with elevator halves
Vertical stabilizer with rudder
Cowling
Decal sheet
Instruction manual
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Main gears
60mm diameter wheels
Wheel collars
Wheel pants and accessories
4mm x 15mm screws
Washers
Metal rods (2mm x 180mm)
2mm x 20 mm screws
Control horns
Silicon tubes
Nylon snap keepers
Clevises
. (1) Wooden Engine mount
. (4) 3mm x 10mm screws
. (4) Washer
. (1) Set of tail gear
ELEVATOR CONTROL SYSTEM
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MOTOR MOUNT ASSEMBLY
TAIL GEAR ASSEMBLY
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Control horn
Clevis
Silicon tube
Snap keeper
2mm x 12mm screws
Metal wire 85cm
AILERON CONTROL SYSTEM
MAIN GEAR ASSEMBLY
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Control horn
Clevis
Silicon tube
Snap keeper
2mm x 12mm screws
Metal wire 85cm
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(1) Dihedral
(2) 25 mm x 200 mm trim tapes
(2) Nylon screws
(2) Nylon bushings
(4) 2.6 mm x 10 mm screws
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Center line
Draw a center line.
Test fit the dihedral brace into the box of the wing joiner.
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Trim tape
Glue the wing with epoxy.
Apply the trim tape to the center section of the wing where
they join.
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Trim tape
Apply the trim tape to the center section of the wing where
they join.
Remove the covering from the bottom of the wing.
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8
Remove the covering from the bottom of the wing.
Thread
Prepare the thread as a guide.
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10
Tape the servo lead to the thread.
Pull the servo lead out.
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12
Using masking tape, tape the servo leads on the bottom of
the wing.
Install the servo aileron into the servo box.
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14
Screw
Metal pushrod
Control horn
Nylon clevises
Install the aileron control horn.
Install the aileron pushrod.
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Screw
Nylon bushings
Install the nylon bushings and glue it.
Screw the wing into the fuselage.
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Center line
Remove the covering
Draw a center line.
Remove the covering from the fuselage.
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20
Mark the shape of the fuselage on the top and on the
bottom of the elevator.
Cut away the covering from the top and the bottom of the
elevator.
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22
Glue the elevator by epoxy.
Remove the covering from the fuselage.
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Mark the shape of the fuselage onto the vertical.
Remove the covering.
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Nylon control horn
Glue the vertical by epoxy.
Install the control horn of the rudder.
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28
Clevis
Control horn
Pushrod
Install the rudder pushrod.
Install the control horn of elevator.
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Screw
Pushrod
Clevis
Landing gear
Install the elevator pushrod.
Install the landing gear.
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Cut
Drill
Install the wheel pants.
Install the wheel pants.
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Screw
Install the tail gear.
Install the tail gear.
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Install the elevator and the rudder servo.
Install the elevator and rudder linkages.
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Prepare the engine mount.
Insert the engine mount into the fuselage.
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Glue the engine mount into the fuselage.
Drill 4 holes to install the motor.
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Clasps
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Install the motor.
Install the battery.
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Install the cowling.
Secure the cowling.
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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.
THE CENTER OF GRAVITY IS LOCATED
90mm BACK FROM THE LEADING EDGE OF
THE WING, AT THE FUSELAGE.
2. Mount the wing to the fuselage. Using a couple
of pieces of masking tape, place them on the
top side of the wing 90mm back from the
leading edge, at the fuselage sides.
2. The control throws should be measured at the
widest point of each control surface.
3. Check to be sure the control surfaces move in
the correct directions.
Ailerons : 12mm up 12mm down
Elevator : 10mm up 10mm down
Rudder : 20mm right 20mm left
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 nose
heavy. 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
12mm
Aileron Control
10mm
10mm
Elevator Control
20mm
20mm
Rudder Control
90mm
LATERAL BALANCE
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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.
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.
FLIGHT PREPARATION pre filght check
1. Completely charge your transmitter and receiver
batteries before your first day of flying.
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.
Made in Vietnam
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