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BN-2A Mk.III Trislander (80″)

(1 customer review)
SKU: GP-MW2980 Categories: , Tags: ,

This is an all-wood electric powered semi-scale model design by Robin Fowler. Powered by three economy motors and a full house R/C that includes flaps, it is capable of very realistic flight and is smooth and docile to fly. Features a typical construction that includes a ‘sprung’ top wing for undercarriage loads. Not for beginners.

£23.50£28.00

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BN-2A Mk.III Trislander

This is an all-wood electric powered semi-scale model design by Robin Fowler. Powered by three economy motors and a full house R/C that includes flaps, it is capable of very realistic flight and is smooth and docile to fly. Features a typical construction that includes a ‘sprung’ top wing for undercarriage loads. Not for beginners.

£23.50 £21.15Add to basket
BN-2A Mk.III Trislander Canopy, ABS Nacelle (3) Blisters (2)

PETG Canopy, ABS Nacelle(3) Blisters(2) for use with BN-2A Mk.III TRISLANDER (MW2980)

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Specification

  • Designer: Robin Fowler
  • Wingspan: 80″ / 2032 mm
  • Power Source: 3 x Speed 600
  • Radio Functions: 5
  • Weight: 9 lb 3 oz

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1 review for BN-2A Mk.III Trislander (80")

  1. nik

    My winter project was the Robin Fowler version from Sept 2001 RCMW. I
    did not build as originally intended but instead built the fuselage as a
    traditional former and stringer type. Could not get my head round
    Robin’s version of fuselage build, although I did mount the wing on the
    spring suspension as per original. Plus I would have to split the
    fuselage and have removable panels on the fully sheeted wing or it would not fit in my car.

    I took advise from George at 4-Max and used PO-3535-1390 motors on 9 x
    4.5 props on a 3S 6000mA.

    The finished long empty fuselage looked all wrong, so I added pilot and
    seating to most of it. It’s the first time I’ve have been able to fit a
    “whole” pilot to any model.

    AUW came out at 5.72Kg (12.6lbs), which is 1.6Kg heavier than the 3 x
    600 motored original with NiCd batteries, but it flies beautifully.

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