|Hawk / Light Hawk DLG Specifications|
|Wing span||1.0 m||39 in|
|Wing area||10.9 dm2||169 sq in|
|Length||72 cm||28.2 in|
|Flying weight from||120 g||4.2 oz|
|Wing loading||11.0 g/dm||3.6 oz/sq ft|
|Centre of Gravity||54-56 mm from wing leading edge|
|Controls||Ailerons, elevator, rudder|
|Hawk / Light Hawk DLG Typical Weights|
|Fuselage||15.0 g||0.5 oz|
|Wing (glass)||60.0 g||2.1 oz|
|Wing (carbon)||52.2 g||1.8 oz|
|Fin||3.1 g||0.1 oz|
|Tailplane||3.6 g||0.1 oz|
|Accessories||7.1 g||0.3 oz|
|Total structure (carbon wing)||81.0 g||2.9 oz|
|Glue, mounts etc||2.0 g||0.1 oz|
|Receiver||5.0 g||0.2 oz|
|Tail servos||9.0 g||0.3 oz|
|Wing servos||9.0 g||0.3 oz|
|Battery||10.0 g||0.4 oz|
|Noseweight||4.0 g||0.1 oz|
|Flying weight||120.0 g||4.2 oz|
|Recommended R/C-nano gear only|
|Elevator & rudder servos||Blue Bird BMS-101AMG, Blue Bird BMS-101DMG, Blue Bird BMS-101HV, Ripmax SD100, MKS DS65K|
|Aileron servos||Blue Bird BMS-101AMG, Blue Bird BMS-101DMG, Blue Bird BMS-101HV, Ripmax SD100, MKS DS65K|
|Receiver *case removed||Spektrum AR6260*, AR6100e, AR400, Futaba R6004FF*, FrSky X4R, Orange DSM2 compatible, Jeti Duplex R5, Multiplex Mlink RX-6-DR Light*|
|Battery||HyperLipo 2S 175 mAh LiPo, 150 mAh 4.8V NiMH, Radient 1S 500 mAh LiPo, Radient 1S 600 mAh LiPo, Cellevia 1S 250 mAh LiPo|
|Hawk / Light Hawk Control Throws|
|Rudder||10 mm each way|
|Elevator||8 mm up / 8 mm down|
|Ailerons||6 mm up / 5 mm down|
|Thermal 1||2 mm down|
|Max thermal||4 mm down|
Comment by: Rick Lfast shipping
I ordered it on Friday last week and got it on Tuesday. I live in Colorado. Quick shipping and well packed.
Review by: Andreas
Very lovely small glider! Fast shipping and very well packed! THX
Review by: Robert BeswetherickHawk 1 meter
Outstanding craftsmanship, fantastic price. Research it BEFORE buying electronics as there is VERY limited space. 5 Stars.
Review by: PhilippeHawk DLG
The shipment was very fast (even on French Post side !!!). The packaging seems to be able to resist severe events. All the hardware inside was in perfect condition. The assembly of the Hawk is in progress, it is definitely not for a beginner. Lot of help to be found in the links proposed by Hyperflight. A building manual would however be welcome, even a very simple one.
Review by: JustinExcellent DLG
I ordered the glass version as my first DLG and assembly was relatively straightforward. I found that 2/1mm carbon tube and 0.7mm piano wire made much smoother push-rods than those supplied in the kit so probably best to order these items along with the kit. I used 4x BMB-101DMG servos, an FrSky RX4R and 1S 260mah lipo. All up weight around 116g.
She flies very well, I've had a couple of afternoons in the park and several good flights despite my lack of experience.
I've been informed that Hyperflight do have spare parts available which is reassuring to know as the fin/stab are quite delicate.
Review by: DonFantastic flyer
Great 1m class DLG. Glider flies fast when it needs to, and good energy retention.
Bought the glass (not carbon) version, came in just under 118g with 4 Dymond D47's, Frsky G-RX6 and 2S 240mAh battery. Could shave a couple grams by removing servo connectors and Rx pins, plus switching to carbon should get well under 110g. Fuselage is a little tight so it takes a bit of planning to get everything in right.
Review by: Andreas MuellerLovely DLG-no spares
Just started building the Hawk enjoying part quality and fitting. For month I have tried to first get some spares e.g. fins, rudder to stock for some potential damages. Sadly this bird seems not supported with spares ...worldwide! Consequently you may have to consider buying a second one which, considering price, may make sense the most.
Review by: taanasHawk miniDLG
I was able to get a thermal immediately after adjustment. As the center of gravity got in front, we are planning to re-adjust the lipo.
I liked the design and bought it, but the quality of painting may be low somewhat.