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Hawk Pro 1m DLG

Product Code: HAWK-PRO
 (1 review)

Price: $411.56

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The Hawk Pro is the new 1m high-end 1m DLG from HQ Models. Designed as an improvement of their Hawk Mini DLG the Hawk Pro has a wider fuselage (for easier RC installation) and a larger wing. This gives improved launch height, lower wing loading, and an even lower sink rate.

See more info here and the build manual here.

Hawk Pro DLG Specifications
Wing span 1.0 m 39 in
Wing area 11.6 dm2 180 sq in
Length 75 cm 29.3 in
Flying weight from 133 g 4.7 oz
Wing loading 11.4 g/dm 3.7 oz/sq ft
Aspect ratio 8.6
Wing airfoil Proprietary
Dihedral angle 6.0º
Centre of Gravity 58-59 mm from wing leading edge
Controls Ailerons, elevator, rudder

Recommended R/C-nano gear only
Elevator & rudder servos Blue Bird BMS-101DMG, Blue Bird BMS-101HV, Hitec HS-40, KST X06N, CHA DS06, CHA LV06N
Aileron servos Blue Bird BMS-101DMG, Blue Bird BMS-101HV, Hitec HS-40, KST X06N, CHA DS06, CHA LV06N
Receiver *case removed Spektrum AR6260*, AR6100e, AR400, Futaba R6004FF*, FrSky X4R, Orange DSM2 compatible, Jeti Duplex R5, Multiplex Mlink RX-6-DR Light*
Battery HyperFlight 150 mAh 4.8V NiMH, CSS 1S 300 mAh LiPo, Ytong 1S 380 mAh LiPo

Hawk Pro 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
Landing flaps as much down as possible

Hawk Pro DLG Typical Weights
Fuselage 22.0 g 0.8 oz
Wing 60.0 g 2.1 oz
Fin 3.5 g 0.1 oz
Tailplane 4.0 g 0.1 oz
Accessories 7.5 g 0.3 oz
Total structure (carbon wing) 97.0 g 3.4 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 1.0 g 0.0 oz
Flying weight 133.0 g 4.7 oz

Reviews 1  

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Fun to Fly

My plane was rudderless and used three XG-6 servos. The center of gravity is 80mm from the leading edge, and the total weight is about 132g.
Comparing the launch altitude between the Hawk2 and the MiniDart2, the HawkPro climbed the highest. In addition, it was easy to ride on thermals. The HawkPro and Hawk2 have completely different airfoils, but both fly smoothly and nimbly.
The HawkPro flies differently when there is no wind and when there is a little wind at launch. Even though the camber setting was the same, when there was no wind, the elevator in launch mode and speed mode was trimmed up by 2 to 3 frames from neutral and rose smoothly at an angle of about 80 degrees. When the wind came up, I thought that nose-up would be suppressed. So, I put it to another trim for about two frames, and it went up smoothly.
In summary, it is an easy plane to fly, but it is a fun plane that changes how it flies depending on how you adjust it.

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