|RESolution Elektro Specifications|
|Wing span||2.0 m||78 in|
|Wing area*||34.0 dm2||527 sq in|
|Length||111 cm||43.7 in|
|Flying weight from||700 g||24.7 oz|
|Wing loading||20.6 g/dm||6.7 oz/sq ft|
|Spinner Diameter||35 mm|
|Centre of Gravity||64 mm from wing leading edge|
|Controls||Rudder, elevator, spoilers, throttle|
|RESolution Elektro Typical Weights|
|Total structure||450 g||15.9 oz|
|Wiring||10 g||0.4 oz|
|Receiver||8 g||0.3 oz|
|Rudder servo||8 g||0.3 oz|
|Elevator servo||8 g||0.3 oz|
|Spoiler servos X2||16 g||0.6 oz|
|Motor||45 g||1.6 oz|
|ESC||20 g||0.7 oz|
|Prop & spinner||20 g||0.7 oz|
|Battery||115 g||4.1 oz|
|Flying weight||700 g||24.7 oz|
|Rudder & elevator servos||Ripmax SD100, Blue Bird BMS-101, Power HD DSM44, Gening D541BB, KST X08, Ripmax SD150, Corona DS843MG, Graupner DES 261|
|Spoiler servos (2)||Ripmax SD100, Blue Bird BMS-101, Power HD DSM44, Gening D541BB, KST X08, Ripmax SD150, Corona DS843MG|
|Receiver||4/5 channel rx to match your transmitter|
|Flight battery||2S 800 mAh to 3S 1200 mAh recommended|
|RESolution Elektro Powertrain Recommendations|
|Hacker A10-7L geared 4.4:1||3S 450mAh LiPo, 12x10 folding prop|
|ADH300L Front Mount||3S 450mAh LiPo, 9x5 folding prop|
|ADH300L Front Mount||2S 450mAh LiPo, 11x6 folding prop|
|Roxxy 2220/20 28g outrunner||3S 600mAh LiPo, 8x4 prop|
|Powerline Micro 1010||3S 450mAh LiPo, 12x6 prop|
|Mega 16/7/12 direct drive*||2S 450mAh LiPo, 7x5 prop|
Review by: Brian LawrenceR.E.S.olution Electric
A very efficient electric model. Building instructions are in German but with the excellent diagrams are not difficult to follow. Kit parts are very accurately cut, and only a little fitting is required on things like wing joiners. Anyone with some building experience will find this a quick model to put together. Flying is a real pleasure. Spoilers at about 60 deg. give a nose down trim, making landing easy.
Review by: Robert SmithRESolution Electro
Having built two Inside F5J's, I can say that building the RES olution was a real pleasure. As with the Inside F5J the quality of the wood and the laser cut parts do not disappoint and yes it goes together like a watch. As for how it flies, IT IS THE BEST FLYING 2 meter I have ever build. The air foil performance and light weight come together to provide great endurance flights. With that said, I had to build by the photos because there are no English plans you can print out or download. I had asked Hyperflight if English instructions were available in a PDF like the Inside F5J and the response I got back was short and to the point, " no". A suggestion to Hyperflight would be to make a downloadable English instruction pdf for the RES olution. An inexperienced American builder might have some problems with this kit and lots of beginner pilots and builders like to start out on 2 meter kits.
Review by: David StillSuperb Radian upgrade
I bought this as an upgrade to my Radian I am no expert pilot or builder and even though the instructions are in German the pictures are clear and the build very clean and straight forward everything fitted very well and there is very minimal sanding required. All joints were a great fit I used thin and medium Cyno with some pva.
To fly it is a totaly different experience to the Radian a much more refined flight and crisp performance. I found lift easily and it only needed a little to gain height effortlessly.
Very pleased with it an now looking forward to many hours of fun.
Review by: john c ruthvenR.E.S.olution elecktro
recently purchased this model and have commenced building the wing. Once assembled, the structure is surprisingly stiff even before covering. I did find one or two slight problems- the instruction are in German with no sensible translation, even from google. The outer wing ribs are numbered out of sequence, in addition I cannot see the need for such a heavy gauge wire wing joiner. A cf rod would be more sensible. The tailplane and fin would benefit from some lightening holes but I'll check the balance before final assembly. The wing trailing edge is assembled rather differently, I'll be interested to see how the covering turns out.