The new Clik R2 SuperLITE is a new design for the 2016/2017 indoor flying season. These super light-weight radio-controlled planes retain the superb flying characteristics, layout and construction of the existing Clik NG but bring three new colour schemes to help you stand out in the hangar! This time, RC Factory have gone all-in with the EPP and carbon-fibre construction, resulting in a light-weight, slow flying and most importantly a strong airframe for indoors. No depron has been used here and those accustomed to the confetti carnage of flying indoors will definitely appreciate that!
The side area of the fuselage has been increased slightly over the original Clik design and a T-canaliser has been added, resulting in improved knife-edge performance.
The Clik R2 SuperLITE uses the same gear as the existing Clik NG. A nice efficient low RPM motor with a light-weight speed controller and servos. Our optional power set includes a simple and budget-friendly propeller. The more serious pilots will want to upgrade to something like the PT Model 9×2.5 carbon-fibre propeller for smoother throttle responsiveness and a nice low pitch to keep things slow.
The weight of the constructed airframe without electronics is usually around 65 grams. AuW 120-130 grams.
Clik R2 Specifications
Wing span: 840mm/33"
Motor: 40-60W (We recommend the AT2202 1620kv)
Servos: 2×4.5 g, 1×6g
Propeller: 8×4 – 9×3.8
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Technical Details for Clik R2 SuperLITE
By Barry Robinson
Excellent flying model. I was struggling with indoor aerobatics until I bought one of these. I never ever could hover and with the first flights I was able to do limited hovering. Control response is really good with the servos in the extras pack and the power system is good.
All in all, an excellent package.
Amazing value for money
By Dempster Hamilton
I've now logged 187 flights totalling over 15 hours, which is far more than any of my outdoor models and, frankly, astonishing for a piece of foam that flies in close proximity to others. Despite perhaps half a dozen air-to-airs and many more air-to-grounds over the last year it still flies incredibly precisely, indeed I passed my BMFA Indoor Aerobatics exam with it last week and narrowly missed out on my B. Nearly everyone that has flown mine has gone out and bought their own they've been so impressed. £47 may seem expensive for a piece of foam, but you will enjoy every minute you fly it. And averaging £0.25 per flight, it's by far the best value for money aircraft I've ever bought. I've looked at other aircraft to replace it (well you do, don't you!) and cannot see anything that comes close at a sensible price.
The obvious choice for the indoor season...
This is a cracking aircraft, it is precise and flys very slowly. It is fairly robust and easy to repair should the need arise. Building is straightforward, probably a couple of evenings and there are no particularly tricky bits. All necessary hardware is included and the instructions are clear too. I used cyano to build mine, but I suspect for much of the build you could substitute UHU if you prefer. Oh, and it will do some 3D too :) It's the obvious choice for the indoor season!
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