Sebach 30E

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Sebach 30E ARF
ASSEMBLY MANUAL
The new Sebach 30E ARF was designed by Italy aerobatic pilot
Sebastiano Silvestri, it is the replica of a new real full-scale
aerobatic plane.
This professional ARF kit is the result of Sebastiano’s long
research and experience in F3A and 3D. This combined with an
extremely lightweight structure, the all wood airframe, give the
Sebach 30E an impressive thrust-to-weight ratio and an impressive
precision at any airspeed and flight condition.
The Sebach 30E can do it all… it is ready for any aerobatic
manoeuvres as for unbelievable easy 3D aerobatic manoeuvres,
and almost anything else you can dream up are waiting you!
.....the only aerobatic limit is your fantasy!
Specifications:
Recommended Set Up:
Wingspan:…...........132 cm
Length:…........……134 cm
Wing Area:…...........38 dm²
Weight:......... 1.300-1.400 g.
(RTF less motor battery)
Radio: 4-ch with 4 micro servo
Motor: ...Hacker A30-10XL + Jeti Master Basic 55A
Prop: …………......................................APC 15x8E
Motor battery: …..…2100-3S or 2500-3S Top Fuel
Required radio, motor and battery
Radio equipment:
• Minimum 4-channel radio system
• 4 digital JR DS 386 or DS 385
• 2 servo extensions 400mm, for elevator and rudder servos
Recommended electric motor for best performance:
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Hacker A30-10XL + Jeti Master Basic 55A SBec + APC 15x8E
Battery pack Top Fuel 2100-3S or 2500-3S
Additional required item, tools and adhesives
Tools:
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Drill
Drill bits: 1,5mm; 2mm; 2,5mm; 3mm
Phillips screwdriver
Hobby knife
Masking tape
Paper towels
Rubbing alcohol
Sand paper
Soldering iron
synthetic oil
Adhesives:
• 5-minute epoxy
• thin CA
• medium CA
Warning
This RC aircraft is not a toy!
If misused, it can cause serious bodily harm and damage to property.
Fly only in open areas, preferably in official flying sites, following all instructions included with
your radio and motor.
This plane is a compromise between Aerobatics and 3D flying, and not a pylon racer.
It is built with a very light structure and for this reason we hardly recommend:
→ Do NOT fly your airplane at high speeds, because this may cause structural
failures or flutter due to the extremely large control surfaces.
Before starting assembly
Before starting the assembly of your Sebach 30E, remove each part from its bag and protection for a
prior inspection. Closely inspect the fuselage, wing panels, rudder, and stabilizer for damage. If you
find any damage or missing parts, contact the place of purchase.
If you find any wrinkles in the covering, use a heat gun or covering iron to remove them. Use
caution while working around areas where the covering material overlap to prevent separating the
covers.
Warranty information
SebArt garantees this kit to be free from defects in both material and workmanship at the date of
purchase.
This warranty does not cover any parts damage by use or modification, and in no case shall
SebArt’s liability exceed the original cost of the purchased kit.
Further, SebArt reserve the right to change or modify this warranty without notice.
In that SebArt has no control over the final assembly or material used for the final assembly, no
liability shall be assumed or accepted for any damage of the final user-assembled product. By the
act of using the product, the user accepts all resulting liability.
If the buyer is not prepared to accept the liability associated with the use of this product, the buyer
is advised to return this kit immediately in new and unused condition to the place of purchase.
Control throws
Please, follow the recommended linkage setups:
For the AILERON we recommend the following throws:
Low rate: 20° up / 20° down
Expo: 40%
3D rate: 45° up / 45° down
Expo: 80%
For the ELEVATOR we recommend the following throws:
Low rate: 20° up / 20° down
Expo: 25%
3D rate: 60° up / 60° down
Expo: 80%
For the RUDDER we recommend the following throws:
Low rate: 30° left / 30° right
Expo: 30%
3D rate: 50° left / 50° right
Expo: 60%
Note: the Expo is (+) for JR systems, and (–) for Futaba systems.
Mixing
For best performance, we recommend a linear-mix*:
Rudder → Elevator UP
When you give full rudder to the right or left side, the elevator have to go up (positive) approx. 6%
Rudder → Ailerons
When you give full rudder to right the ailerons need to go left approx. 3%
When you give full rudder to left the ailerons need to go right approx. 3%
* if you have a programmable computer radio.
Recommended CG
The recommended Center of Gravity location is 110mm behind the leading edge of the wing
against the fuselage.
¾ 105mm is good for aerobatics
¾ 115mm or more is good for 3D
You can use the battery pack, moving it forward or backward, to achieve the correct balance.
Range test your radio
9 Before fly, be sure to range check your radio as manufacturer’s instruction manual of you
radio-system recommend.
9 Double-check all controls (aileron, elevator, rudder and throttle) move in the correct
direction.
9 Be sure that your batteries are fully charged, as per the instructions included with your
batteries and that your radio is fully charged as per its instructions.
...good flights!
SebArt di Sebastiano Silvestri
Via Trento 69/3
38017 Mezzolombardo (TN) – Italy
www.sebart.it