• Description



High performance F5J model in modern GFK/CFK shell construction. The model is available in two versions (ARF/PNP) and in the PNP version largely pre-assembled. Due to the dynamic flight characteristics, the model is suitable for almost any application. Whether in weak thermals or strong winds, "SCIROCCO" always shows its good-natured and easily controllable side. The elaborate design enables excellent flight attitude recognition. The surface is plugged in force-locked and cleanly by means of CFRP square spar.

Technical data

Wing-span 4000 mm
Weight : ca.3790g(Flugg.)
Rec. engine : Ro-Power 4356-600
Control : E,R,A,M,F
Manufacturer : Robbe
Fuselage : Fiberglass/Carbon
Wings : Fiberglass/Carbon
Rec. Battery : 4-5S/4000 LiXX
Length HN-354
Flug / Bau: 22.jpg
Antriebsart: Elektro
ARF 9754423
PNP 9754424

Box Contents

- Model SCIROCCO in full-GFK/CFK design, multi-coloured lacquered in form
- CFK hexagon socket
- incidentals
- Assembly instructions in German/English

Das Produkt SCIROCCO 4,0 M ARF VOLL-GFK von ROBBE in der Kategorie Electric Glider Models hat eine Spannweite von 4000 mm sowie ein Gewicht von ca.3790g(Flugg.). Die Steuerung des Modells erfolgt über die Funktionen E,R,A,M,F. Das Modell ist als ARF - ALMOST READY TO FLY ausgeführt und ist für Fortgeschrittene geeignet. Die Fertigstellung des Modells ist für Modellbauer mit Vorkenntnissen einfach möglich. Wir empfehlen einen 4-5S/4000 LiXX Akku für dieses Elektroflugmodell.

* Erklärung Steuerfunktionen:
  • H ... Höhenruder
  • S ... Seitenruder
  • Q ... Querruder
  • M ... Motorsteuerung
  • V ... Vektorsteuerung
  • LK ... Landeklappen
  • SK ... Störklappen
  • WK ... Wölbklappen
  • EZFW ... Einziehfahrwerk
  • SKU ... Schleppkupplung
  • ( ) ... optional - in Klammer geschriebene Steuerfunktionen sind bei dem beschriebenen Modell optional verfügbar
In 1924 Robert Becker (robbe) set up a small sawmill in the heart of Germany, which formed the germ-cell of brand today. At that time modelling was almost unknown, and did not feature in the activities of the young company, which initially concentrated on marketing a broad range of wooden products. After 1945 the first supplies of balsa wood were imported from South America for processing, and it was Hubert Becker, son of the company's founder, who was among the first to recognise the potential of this easily-worked timber in the field of modelling.


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