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Hawk / Light Hawk 1m DLG

Product Code: HAWK
 (4 reviews)

Price: $188.51

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The Hawk and Light Hawk and are great new 1m mini DLGs from Ukraine that fly excellently, especially when considering their very competitive prices. These models launch high and have a good speed range.

The standard Hawk DLG model is supplied with a strong and brightly coloured glass layup wing, which weighs approx 60 g. The Light Hawk DLG version is supplied with a lighter Carboline spread carbon wing weighing 52 g. The SC model especially is exceptionally light, while also being strong and very rigid, allowing high launches. Still air times of 1:30 to 2 minutes can be obtained by strong launchers, and thermal performance and stability is good.

The Light Hawk's fuselage is a one piece (not pod and boom) design of oval cross section, with the front part made from 2.4GHz friendly glass, and the rear from spread carbon. The Hawk version's fuselage is all glass construction. There is an good sized access hatch on the top giving access to the RC installation. The aileron and tail servos are installed in the pod to minimise nose weight and yaw inertia. This does make for a cramped installation, and as only instructions available are various online build logs we don't recommend the Hawk or Light Hawk to inexperienced builders.

The tailplane (horizontal stabiliser) is bolted onto a small pylon molded into the underside of the boom, and the fin (vertical stabiliser) has a perfectly matching hole molded into it, enabling easy mounting onto the end of the tailboom.

The Hawk and Light Hawk wing is solid molded with a glass or spread carbon skin over a CNC cut foam core. The wing has a good surface finish ensuring low drag and longevity. The ailerons are fabricated with a living hinge. The only work required to finish the wings is installing the throwing blade and control horns.

The model is supplied with a very complete accessory pack which includes all control horns, pushrod wires, tail torque springs, tail pull cord, pull cord ferrules, a nice throwing blade and a small glass plate for mounting the servos.

If you have any questions please ask on the RCGroups Hawk 1m DLG from HyperFlight thread. Also see this thread for build info.


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
Aspect ratio 9.2
Wing airfoil AG46
Dihedral angle 5.0º
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
Camber Settings
Launch 0.5mm up
Cruise 0 mm
Thermal 1 2 mm down
Max thermal 4 mm down





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Reviews 4  


 Review by:

Excellent 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:

Fantastic 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:

Lovely 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:

Hawk 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.
KST-X08...*2/BMS-101DMG...*2
R7006SB/1s300mAh
122g/CG=53.5mm


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