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Dream 2.0 Slope Soarer - 2m

Product Code: DREAM-2
 (3 reviews)

Price: $412.66

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The Dream 2.0 is a hot new 2m slope soarer. This model is nicely finished with great graphics. The Dream 2.0 has a good speed range and very nice handling qualities.

The Dream 2 glider fuselage is sleek and has a good sized canopy hatch. The fuselage has the rudder and elevator pushrods ready-installed, with 1.8mm carbon pushrods. The rear of the elevator pushrod is already connect to the nicely engineered bell crank that actuates the all-flying tail. The fin incorporates an access hatch for maintenance, should this ever be required.

The two part wing is has a high quality finish and is of hollow molded construction. The through-fuselage wing joiner is very substantial and imparts just one degree of dihedral per panel, ensuring good aerobatic performance and an attractive look in the air. The wing has generous sized access hatches for the flap and aileron servos which can be up to 10 mm thick. The wing is available in glass and carbon layups. The carbon version is a very strong very heavy layup which should hold up well to the rough and tumble of slope flying.

The supplied accessories include all control horns, four plywood wing servo frames (for KST X10 or similar sized servos), and clevises and control rods for the flap and aileron connections. Also included ins a plywood fuselage servo mounting tray for 25mm x 12mm body sized servos (eg KST MS320, KST X12-508, KST DS215MG). No build manual is available but assembly is straight-forward. Note that although the surface finish is generally good the fit and finish of the model is not up to that of a top price European model. Small bumps and fit problems are normal at this price-point.


Dream 2 Slope Soarer Specifications
Wing span 2.0 m 79 in
Wing area 32.2 dm2 499 sq in
Length 119 cm 46.8 in
Flying weight from 1443 g 50.9 oz
Wing loading 44.8 g/dm 14.7 oz/sq ft
Aspect ratio 12.4
Wing airfoil Proprietary
EDA (dihedral) 1.0º
Centre of Gravity 65-80 mm from wing leading edge
Controls Rudder, elevator, ailerons, flaps


Dream 2 Slope Soarer Typical Weights
Fuselage 280 g 9.9 oz
Wings 674 g 23.8 oz
Tail Plane 53 g 1.9 oz
Wing joiner 77 g 2.7 oz
Accessories 35 g 1.2 oz
Total structure 1119 g 39.5 oz
Wiring 24 g 0.8 oz
Pushrods 12 g 0.4 oz
Receiver 8 g 0.3 oz
Rudder servo 20 g 0.7 oz
Elevator servo 20 g 0.7 oz
Wing servos (4) 50 g 1.8 oz
Battery 140 g 4.9 oz
Nose weight 50 g 1.8 oz
Flying weight 1443 g 50.9 oz


Recommended Servos
Rudder & Elevator KST MS320, KST X12-508, KST DS215MG, KST X10-710*, KST DS145*, MKS HV6130H*
Flap KST X10, KST DS125, MKS HV6130
Aileron KST X10 Mini, KST X10, KST DS135, KST DS125, MKS HV6130
* A bit too big for the fuselage servo tray included.

Recommended Control Throws
Rudder 20 mm each way
Elevator 12 mm up / 12 mm down
Ailerons 14 mm up / 10 mm down
Flap 45 mm down
Crow brake mix 10 mm up aileron with full down flap




Chinese video of Dream 2.0

Reviews 3  


 Review by:

Amazing glider

Great service from Hyperflight shipping to the Azores. Reasonable price for shipping. To get a similar glider from Germany was going to cost $260 euros! This is an amazing plane for the money. You said the quality was not the same as European models, but it looks pretty perfect to me! Itís a little tricky installing the control horns in the wing, and the rudder horn fairing needs to be bigger, I could barely get it to work. Had a great maiden flight yesterday, this plane is a beast, but very well mannered. Seriously fast, and very smooth. It will be my go to plane for big winds. Had a pretty rough landing on the first flight when I hit a hidden mound in the landing area. It knocked one wing panel right off. When I was building the plane, I wondered why the wing jointer was such a sloppy fit in the fuselage. I think it is to prevent damage on landings like this. Once the wing pins pull out, there is much more give in the structure, which should help prevent damage. Iím glad I upgraded to the carbon version, landing at some slopes can be very turbulent. Looking forward to my next adventure with the Dream 2.0


 Review by:

Amazing glider

Great service from Hyperflight shipping to the Azores. Reasonable price for shipping. To get a similar glider from Germany was going to cost $260 euros! This is an amazing plane for the money. You said the quality was not the same as European models, but it looks pretty perfect to me! Itís a little tricky installing the control horns in the wing, and the rudder horn fairing needs to be bigger, I could barely get it to work. Had a great maiden flight yesterday, this plane is a beast, but very well mannered. Seriously fast, and very smooth. It will be my go to plane for big winds. Had a pretty rough landing on the first flight when I hit a hidden mound in the landing area. It knocked one wing panel right off. When I was building the plane, I wondered why the wing jointer was such a sloppy fit in the fuselage. I think it is to prevent damage on landings like this. Once the wing pins pull out, there is much more give in the structure, which should help prevent damage. Iím glad I upgraded to the carbon version, landing at some slopes can be very turbulent. Looking forward to my next adventure with the Dream 2.0


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dream glider

a great glider with a great service thank you hyperflite


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