Sting

Sting is specially designed for F3F slope racing by VV Models of Czech Republic. It has already won several competitions internationally.  Its neat design with a careful chosen platform, HN1038, provides the speed it needs to win slope racing competitions. No mater you are experience pilots in the F3F arena or just getting interest to join the race, this wonderful ship is really worth owning and it won't disappoint you at all.  The wings are 3-pieces design  with ailerons and flags hinges ready installed on delivery. The fuse is fiberglass reinforced to take serious abuses.   The V tail fits nicely to the fuse with two screws.  There are small molded winglets on the wing tip panels, this gives it a very artistic look.
Wing Span: 2.8m
Airfoil: HN1038
Manufacturer: VV Models see also Composite Specialisties
For local pilots please contact Stanley Chan at 92568087 for stock

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It is an all-mould design and just looks strong

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Its HN1038 platform provides the speed it needs to win

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It is a racing machine that satisfies most demanding pilots

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The V tail fits nicely in the cradle

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Inside the cabinet. There are two ballast tubes inside

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See the molded advanced winglet

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In preparing a Sting for launch

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On a speed run in Fei Ngo Shan

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A very competitive machine for F3F race

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The  turn is  quick in considering its wing span

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Look at its streamline airframe!

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Butterfly deployed for landing

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See a movie for landing with butterfly deployed

Sting on Dynamic Soaring (3837991 bytes)
See a movie for its amazing DS speed

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See a movie for the turns in barely marginal lift condition. You can see a dragon fly was flying in front of the camera - there was almost no wind but Sting was still flying with speed, amazing machine!

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See a movie for an attempt to land this ship downwind. You see it retained the speed after the dive

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See a movie for the quick turns

Aerobatic rolls (1792547 bytes)
See a movie for an quick aerobatic roll

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See a movie for Sting on practicing F3F turns

On an approach to land (2210459 bytes)
On an approach to land

On a high speed F3F run (5543655 bytes)
On a high speed F3F run