Choose between your aircraft, set one on the tower’s bar and you are good to fly.
As a beginner pilot, you might want to start with the helicopter which is not as difficult to control as the airplane. Easier to manipulate but no less exciting, your chopper has a cockpit with doors that open and shut, and three-blade main and tail rotors.
The airplane has a higher velocity and requires a certain skill to operate. This module is based on the wire-braced biplane and has a 5-piston motor. To learn how to fly this wayward bird you may need several flight hours but it is of course part of the fun! Besides, you would have already become acquainted with the basics if you started with the copter. However, your cockpit is the control tower, a sophisticated device with a high-performance motor that powers the rotation of the swash plate with the bar with an aircraft on one side and balance weight on the other.
The control tower is operated with two control bars: the control column regulates the roll and pitch of the flying machine; and the Motor controller to adjust RPM (revolutions per minute) sets the speed of the aircraft. Fine tuning ensures the proper operation of the swash plate.
When all three units are assembled and you are ready to dive into the sky, it is time to wind up the motor. Make sure you don’t overextend the rubber bands in the motor maximum winding must not exceed 25 half-turns. Hold on to the control column while releasing the Motor controller’s lock to launch your model. Hang on to the wheel, throw caution to the wind, and fly for the sky is the limit with your new Aviator model from Ugears. Tools and materials: Made of high quality plywood; assembly requires no glue or cutting
Units: 1 Ugears Model
Number of parts: 726
Assembly time: 9-16 hours
Console size: 40.2cm x 34cm x 31cm
Plane size: 14.5cm x 12cm x 8cm
Helicopter size: 22cm x 18.5cm x 9cm