|Big Vick 1m DLG Specifications|
|Wing span||1.0 m||39 in|
|Wing area||14.0 dm2||217 sq in|
|Length||75 cm||29.5 in|
|Flying weight from||115 g||4.1 oz|
|Wing loading||8.2 g/dm||2.7 oz/sq ft|
|Centre of Gravity||60-65 mm from wing leading edge|
|Big Vick 1m DLG Typical Weights|
|Fuselage||25 g||0.9 oz|
|Wing||48 g||1.7 oz|
|Fin||6 g||0.2 oz|
|Tailplane||6 g||0.2 oz|
|Total structure||85 g||3.0 oz|
|Receiver||5 g||0.2 oz|
|Rudder servo||5 g||0.2 oz|
|Elevator servo||5 g||0.2 oz|
|Battery||10 g||0.4 oz|
|Noseweight||6 g||0.2 oz|
|Flying weight||115 g||4.1 oz|
|Recommended R/C-nano gear only|
|Elevator & rudder servos||Ripmax SD100, Blue Bird BMS-101AMG, Blue Bird BMS-101DMG, Blue Bird BMS-101HV, Gening D531BB, Gening D541BB|
|Receiver||Orange compatible, Lemom compatible, Jeti Duplex R4 & R5, Multiplex Mlink RX-6-DR Light*, FrSky D4R II|
|Battery||Radient 1S 500 mAh, HyperLipo 2S 175 mAh, 150 mAh 4.8V, HyperFlight 300 mAh, Dream-Flight 300 mAh|
Review by: Sture, from sweden.Big Vick Build
Just finished the build. Maiden flight remains. Definetely not for beginners, but I'm not.( I am 70 now, built models since 10)
You learn a lot about different glue types, and about tape covering.
I have a very small 4ch receiver, two 4,3 g servos, a 5V boost converter (saved from a powerbank). With a 750mAh 1S (AA cell) total weight is 127 g and CG is about right.
Looking forward to the maiden, Fun to build, tricky to install pull-string control though. Recommend the kit. Good starting model to learn DLG before you take next step in the hobby.
Review by: PeterGood entry level plane
Nice plane. Easy and fun to build. Instructions could be better but there is a lot to find on the web.
I highly recoomend this plane.
Review by: Sean SimmsQuality, Fun and a bargain!
Perfect for me to try DLG, the quality of the wire cut parts is great. Fast assembly and surprising flying capabilities. Will probably buy another before investing in an Elf.