Take a break from the real world and hang loose on the slope with Shaka – a portable 1-meter slope wing. It features a classic balsa construction, reinforced with the carbon fiber tube spars and leading edge.
This is a balso KIT version that has to be assembled and covered.
However, it is extremely easy to build in approx. 4-7 hours and will bring you a lot of fun on a windy day.
Compact Slope Wing
Shaka slope glider is collapsible for transportation and storage. Simply unscrew 2 bolts, unplug the servo connectors and take the fuselage and both wings apart. It’s as easy as that.
The fuselage has a hatch for easy access to the interior and electronics. 2 servos, there is a room for almost any ~10g servo, are glued into the dedicated places in the wing and drive 2 elevons.
The KIT comes with a complete accessory set that includes two M4 nylon wing mounting bolts and a pair of M4 nuts to be glued into the fuselage during assembly, control horns, ball linkages, and servo horn clevises for pushrods.
Note: covering film is not included in the KIT.
The assembly usually takes approx 4-7 hours.
Flying weight: ~220g
Controls: Elevons – 2 channels
Skill level: Intermediate
Flight style: Slope Soaring in light to medium wind conditions.
- 1s 600mAh LiPo battery. Similar size 2S battery can be used with BEC and less lead in the nose.
- 2*~10g servos, HXT 900 or similar
- 2CH+ Rx
- Radio Tx with delta mixing capabilities