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Dream 2.0 Electric 2m Hotliner

Product Code: DREAM-2E
 (8 reviews)

Price: $443.05

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The Dream 2.0 Electric is fast 2m electric hotliner. This model is nicely finished with great graphics. The design is conventional apart from a hatch aft of the wing for the tail servos, to allow maximum space to be used for the powertrain and battery. We are just stocking the all carbon version, and this is a very strong very heavy layup which should hold up well to high power setups.

The fuselage has a good sized canopy hatch. No firewall has been fitted but a thick 36 mm firewall is included in the complete accessory pack. The fin incorporates a nicely engineered bell crank to actuate the all-flying tail, and an access hatch for connecting the linkage.

The two part wing is nicely finished and 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 photos mostly show the glider version, but we stock both glider and electric Dream 2.0 models, and electric Dream 2 versions do have the nosecone removed, and a firewall supplied.

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. No build manual is available but assembly is straight-forward. Note that although the furface 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 Hotliner Specifications
Wing span 2.0 m 79 in
Wing area 32.2 dm2 499 sq in
Length inc spinner 119 cm 46.8 in
Flying weight from 1655 g 58.4 oz
Wing loading 51.4 g/dm 16.8 oz/sq ft
Aspect ratio 12.4
Wing airfoil Proprietary
EDA (dihedral) 1.0º
Spinner Diameter 36 mm
Centre of Gravity 65-80 mm from wing leading edge
Controls Rudder, elevator, ailerons, flap, throttle

Dream 2 Hotliner Typical Weights
Fuselage 300 g 10.6 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 1139 g 40.2 oz
Wiring 24 g 0.8 oz
Pushrods 12 g 0.4 oz
Receiver 8 g 0.3 oz
Rudder servo 10 g 0.4 oz
Elevator servo 10 g 0.4 oz
Wing servos (4) 50 g 1.8 oz
Speed control 50 g 1.8 oz
Motor 150 g 5.3 oz
Prop & spinner 22 g 0.8 oz
Battery 180 g 6.3 oz
Flying weight 1655 g 58.4 oz

Recommended Servos
Rudder & Elevator KST DS145, KST X12-508, KST MS320, MKS HV6130H, MKS HV6125E
Flap KST X10, KST DS125, MKS HV6130
Aileron KST X10 Mini, KST X10, KST DS135, KST DS125, MKS HV6130

Dream 2.0 Powertrain Recommendations
XPower F3426/7 Storm 2Ah 3S LiPo, 13x8,12x9
XPower F3426/7 Storm 2Ah 4S LiPo, 11x8,10x8
Axi 2820/10 V2 Long 2Ah 3S LiPo, 10x8, 11x7
Axi 2820/14 V2 Long 2Ah 4S LiPo, 10x8, 11x7
Axi 2826/8 V2 Long 2Ah 3S LiPo, 10x8, 13x8
Axi 2826/8 V2 Long 2Ah 4S LiPo, 10x8, 11x7
Leomotion L3025-4550 2Ah 4S LiPo, 14x9, 15x8
Powerline Micro 1520/10 1.2Ah 4S LiPo, 15x10, 16x8

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 8  

 Review by:

Good slope / hotliner

Owned it for around 5 months now. It's a very well built glider. Very strong fuselage and wings with quite a thick layer of carbon. It slopes very well. Very stable on the slope in 15-20mph winds, a good speed range. It's not the fastest 2m slope soarer but it's not far off. It doesn't thermal. Any drop in air speed below 10-15mph over the wings and it develops some nasty stall tendencies to drop a wing. So don't expect to use it as a thermal glider on flat fields. As a hotliner I give it 5 stars.

 Review by:

Very Impressed

As I am still in the process of finishing the installation in the JTIRC Dream2 my first moulded wings glider it is not possible to comment on the performance of the Dualsky 3040 motor. However the aluminium spinner with its offset blade holders allows the CN 10◊6 prop blades to nestle into the side of the fuselage and as they are only 2gms per blade should not be a drag on the glide. I have now compared the moulding quality with a couple of my sons machines and the Dream2 compares extremely well. Unfortunately the included fittings are very poor in my opinion, so have been replaced with better quality products. For a newcomer the lack of any manual/instructions was not helpful however reference to the internet did provide guidance.
HyperFlight, Neil was great and the service provided was first class thank you HyperFlight!

 Review by:

Dream 2

A gorgeous plane, how ever there was some minor flaws out of the mold, a couple wavy spots. I strengthened the canopy area and the the nose wit a little more carbon tow. Running a fairly hot set up, Nue 1512y / 5.2 gear on 2200 mah 5s turning a GM 15 x 16 RFM thin. Putting out close to 2000 watts. Been yankin some high speed 90 degree pulls with little wing flex. For the price this makes a nice all arounder / hotliner. I would also recommend the magnus, running a FRD geared set up with a 11 x22, hauls ass, also a nice little DSír

 Review by:

I bought the electric version of the Dream 2 with the intention of completing it as a slope glider initially, and later converting it to electric. Component quality really very good: fits good, no excess flash, nice tight seams. No real problems in the workshop, but if it's your first moulded model get some help for installing the radio: the horns are fiddly, and the fuselage pushrods have to be 'just so' in order to avoid clashing. First flight at the Long Mynd was very satisfying: with a safe forward CG the glider immediately flew straight and level, but responded well. The ailerons were too sensitive for my taste, the elevator too 'soft'. Inverted needed considerable 'down', so the CG was too far forward. First landing very good: crow settings just right. Removed 50g of nose weight, increased aileron Expo, and the model turned out to be just about perfect: inverted with very little down, ailerons more manageable, elevator exactly right for my taste. Three long flights that first day, and I went home very happy. I plan to report again once the electric power system is installed.

 Review by:

Reasonably priced mouldie !

An excellent product for the price, very attractive glider which I intend to use as a slope soarer and also flat field. A very minor irritation is the supplied hardware is not good, the metal clevises and rods are poor in terms of fit, I substituted mine for better. However a very nice machine for the price. Excellent service from Hyperflight as usual.

 Review by:


I've been flying the dream for 2 month as of this review. I typically fly almost everyday on small beach dunes, my outdoor videogame. The glider is very adaptable, stable, and maneuverable. Outfitted with the Xpower storm and 4S power, I don't toss just let the power pull it out of my hands. I have had it in medium strength thermals, and it did ok for a heavier glider, medium flaps and the turn radius was within 15 yrds. I didn't care for the carbon control rods and re-fit with 4mm, the other supplied hardware isn't top line but will work.
Already ordered the 2.8m version...if that tells you anything.

 Review by:

Tjirc Dream

After a long search for a decent sports glider for use on a flat field I decided to get a Dream. Initial impressions are very good and Neil's service is excellent. I will be putting the plane together in a few months time but don't anticipate ant problems. If you want a decently made inexpensive, well relatively, then the Dream is a good contender.

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Tjirc Dream

After a long search for a decent sports glider for use on a flat field I decided to get a Dream. Initial impressions are very good and Neil's service is excellent. I will be putting the plane together in a few months time but don't anticipate ant problems. If you want a decently made inexpensive, well relatively, then the Dream is a good contender.

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