Set of two balsa elevons, as included with each kit.
Carbon Elevons for the HP are here
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This motor mount is abrasive water-jet cut from 6061-T6 aluminum.
The Zijji mount is shaped with an offset to extend the distance between the prop and the mount. This improves the efficiency of the prop and reduces the noise produced by the prop.
These are available in inrunner and outrunner configuration and are adaptable to the HP and HP60. Please leave a note in your order.
Size, performance, speed, durability and portability are some of the attractions of the Zagi 33. The Zagi 33 does everything quickly. With a thrust to weight ratio of 2:1, vertical performance is great. Rolls are agile and clean, and the roll rate is quick. Skill level is intermediate to advanced.
The Zagi 33 is your perfect FPV racer. Its ability to speed through turns and accelerate quickly will keep you ahead of the competition till the win!
Flight Mode Electric Power Wing Span 33 inches Airfoil Zagi 101.5 (high lift) Flying Weight 18.5 oz Wing Area 2.5 ft2 Wing Loading 7.0 oz/ft2 Top Speed 100mph+
2 CNC wire cut EPP wing cores and beds 2 Tapered shaped balsa elevons 1 Polystyrene motor tray and canopy 1 Flat carbon fiber spars 2 Polystyrene winglets 2 Control hornes, 2 control rods and 2 clevises 1 60 yd. roll Fiberglass fiber filament tape 1 roll Colored poly tape covering material
Required to build:
- * 1 Radio-control transmitter, capable of elevon mixing
- * 1 Radio-control receiver, minimum 3 channels
- * 1 Brushless motor and electronic speed control (ESC)
- * 1 Propeller and prop adapter
- * 2 Servos, “micro” size
- * 1 LiPo battery
- * 1 Battery charger
- 3M Super 77 spray adhesive
- Assortment of tools (see assembly manual)
The 33 Manual is available for download here. If you want a paper copy they can be included for $2.
* Available from Zagi
Two carbon 5×5 propellers with machined aluminum propeller adapter for 3.17mm motor shafts.
This spoon shaped 5X5 prop was tested against four major 5X5 brands on the Zagi with a radar speed gun. The test was performed in level flight, on the same Zagi, on the same day, in the same conditions just minutes apart. The pilot was not told which prop was on the Zagi and was not told the radar results. The Zagi was landed and a NASCAR style prop and battery change were done. The procedure was repeated three times. The Zagi carbon prop tested 10 to 15 MPH faster than the other four. Since the test was not done to find the best performance in a tractor configuration the only conclusion for the performance difference is that the spoon shaped prop works better in the pusher configuration. The performance difference is perhaps that the wider spoon shape works better in dirty (turbulated) air.