On January 30, 2009, Horizon Hobby, Inc. issued a service bulletin for Spektrum DX6i transmitters due to a concern of potential issues with stick potentiometers. Consumers were strongly advised to conduct a test to see if symptoms of these potential issues were present.
After closely monitoring the situation, Horizon has determined that we need to physically inspect all DX6i transmitters with date codes containing 807E, 808E, 809E, 810E, 811E, 812E, and 901E, including those ending in "US", :"UK", or "DE". The date code will be found inside the battery compartment.
It has come to our attention that the initial batch of T-34 Mentor ePTS Ready to Fly kits had the incorrect Expo settings uploaded into the radio. The numbers are correct, the issue lies in the type of Expo. Uploaded in the DX6i you will find a negative Expo setting. This is incorret, it should be a positive Expo setting. Correct Expo settings are below.
|Aileron rate 0||90% up/down||+25%|
|Aileron rate 1||50% up/down||INH|
|Elevator rate 0||100% up/down||+15%|
|Elevator rate 1||55% up/down||INH|
|Rudder rate 0||100% left/right||+15%|
|Rudder rate 1||50% left/right||INH|
Future kit production will have the correct expo settings already programmed into the radio.
Completely assembled with all required accessories in the box—no other items need to be purchased
For decades, the T-34 has been the airplane in which nearly all U.S. Navy, Marine, and Coast Guard aviators have earned their wings of gold. Based upon the civilian Model 35 Bonanza, the all-metal T-34 has been rugged and reliable, enduring countless loops, rolls, stalls and hard landings at the hands of student pilots throughout the years.
And now, E-flite provides you with the most advanced electric training aircraft in the RC world. ePTS stands for Electric Progressive Trainer System—an airplane that will allow you to go from training to aerobatics without upgrading or purchasing a new plane.
This model comes ready-to-fly—no building is required and everything needed to fly is included. The T-34 Mentor sports removable NACA droops and a progressive 3-position flap system to provide extra stability and slow flying. Master the basics, remove the droops, and change flap position to move up to great sport performance and mild aerobatics.
|Motor Size:||Power 25 brushless outrunner motor 870Kv (installed)|
|Speed Control:||40A Brushless Pro SBC (included)|
|Approx Flying Duration:||10–12 minutes|
|Charger:||3S balancing Li-Po charger|
|Flying Weight:||5–5.2 lb (2.2–2.3 kg)|
|Spinner Size:||2-1/4 in (installed)|
|Wingspan:||55.0 in (1400mm)|
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