This is the dirt fly Goblin from Hobby King. This is the plug and play addition. We’Re also guys they sense the graphene turnigy 4s pack for this plane, and it is a 1300 milliamp. As you can see here, this plane is recommended. Pack is a 1800 1800 milliamp 4s pack. We are looking at a wingspan of 820 millimeters, which is going to give us, roughly probably around thirty three and a half inches an overall length of 615 millimeters, which is roughly 24 and a half inches from nose to tail. We’Ve got a prop, which is a seven six, two blade prop: 45 amp ESC three 9 gram, servos a 35 36 kv 1400 motor guys and basically they’re saying that this plane is a 100 mile per hour, plus plane quick assembly around 20 minutes and comes in Two schemes guys you’ve got the pink gray and black, and then you have the yellow gray and black and I’m really digging the whole scheme here, guys, it’s, really nice. Looking so let’s get this box open and see what’s inside we can see here pretty neatly packaged everything looks good right. This is our wing wow guys. The finish on this looks really really nice. Alright. So we have our El Ron’s here, the the finishing paint job on this is really super nice very impressive. All link clevis is which the manual that comes with this I’ve kind of briefly looked over, says to remove the ball links and put on the supplied clevis, which are the white types with the fuel tubing that all used to so I’m gon na follow the manual And do as it says here we have our connectors for our errands.
We have 9 grams servos here. Let’S, look at the back side here, your 9 gram servos. There will be three of these in this particular plane. Here we have the actually the vertical stabilizer. This is a non working rudder yeah I mean just really nice. These are going to be our glue points on this particular part and I go into the horizontal stabilizer or the elevator I’m, pretty sure so we’ll get that out and show you that alright. So here we have our elevator as you’ll see the ball links on here, which I will change out per the manual. These are foam hinges, which you know as expected. We will work back and forth to soften that up a little bit, but I mean I’m telling you the finish on this plane is just incredible. Look super nice hope you guys can see this and how good it looks here again, as I was telling you earlier, I’ll show you you will have your blue points for this to go together here and that’s. That will go into the tail section of the fuselage, where it will also go to here and then turning it over we’ll have our blue points here and here, which I will more than likely use foam tack for those. So let’s see what we got next, alright. So next we have our supplies set up God with our throws for our high and low rates for our elevator and ailerons.
Our CG is going to be 45 to 50 millimeters from the leading edge of the wing, and this is what I was telling you guys about where it says that the plane comes with ball link connectors. But we recommend you replace them with the included clevis, which are these guys, which we put on so yeah I’m going to do. Is the man says because it isn’t notice, and obviously this is something they want you to do, so we will get that done as well and see what happens. Also, they send you with a nice set of numbers here guys, so you can number your plane like a racer kind of like what we’re seeing on the box here. If you look at this picture here, they’re showing the number on the back, which would be somewhere along in here on the vertical stabilizer, so yeah well come up with a number to put there, but yeah really super super nice number set there guys. Also, we have a nice hard skid plate. This will be for the belly of the plane for your belly landings, but just yeah, very, very, very nice let’s go and look at now. Lastly, but not least let’s get into this I’m telling you the finish on this plane is amazing. Let’S, look at the front here. Look down the front I mean this is this: is just a beautiful beautifully done airplane guys? I will be coming inside, probably under the strap and putting a zip tie to hold this in differently and running this differently for the battery strap.
That will just be my little thing that I do. I would highly recommend it. Like I said. A zip tie around here will keep this in place for you guys, let’s open the canopy let’s see what we have here for you I’m telling you the camera. Does this no justice as to how the fit and finish on this plane is and looking down in here guys we have a another 9 gram servo down in here, which is a 1 servo to work both sides of the elevator. This is an adjustment on the servo arm here that you can adjust for your throws, as well as adjusting the clevis on the elevator itself. Again, you have your battery strap. There is some foam down in here guys. Let me see if I can get you some better light. Yeah. There is some foam down in here to help hold your battery and already that’s already in place. So that’s really nice. We have our ec3 connector and then we have our elevator and our elrond connections. So I’m, just gon na mock this plane up for you quickly, guys and we’ll show you what it looks like all right. Just wanted to show you really quickly here how nicely these turnigy graphing batteries are packaged, guys and opening these up, it’s it’s white Wow. I mean look at it. It’S just super super nice packaging here go in here and open up this battery and yeah. Just very, very nice and, like I said guys, this is the 1300 milliamp it’s a 4s pack and it’s the graphemes all right guys.
This pretty much wraps up this unboxing and a very quick build. I have not glued the plane together yet, but it’s pretty much put together, it’s, just a little glue, I’ve got to get in there. This planes fit and finish is amazing. Very impressive. Can’T wait to get it outside and Maydan it. The finish on. It is amazing, I’m very impressed with it. It flies as nicely as it looks and it’s built. It should be a great fun plane guys so um stick around for the maiden to come. The weather will cooperate with us and we’ll get this thing up in there. For you, this is the Goblin from duro fly and hobbyking check it out guys. I think you’ll dig it okay, so the as 45 to 50 millimeters from the leading edge. We are at our leading edge. We are 45 millimeters back if you can see that and it is balanced now it is balanced with the battery as far forward as it can go, and I cut out a couple little pieces of foam inside to make it go to the firewall which were about. Maybe 38 of an inch thick on each side so further forward, and I also have 84 grams of lead weight in this cowl right here guys to get this CG. This plane is very tail heavy believe it or not, with a motor like this, you wouldn’t believe it, but it is, and so it is balancing perfectly at a 45 millimeter CG from the leading edge and basically 84 grams of weight basically dispersed in the cowling around Here the lead weights that are stuck inside Andrey stuck show you that also all the clevis is you can see here.
I took off the ball links and put on the clevis is that they sent with this as well per the instruction sheets right here, product notification. As I say, this plane did come with the ball links. As you see here and according to the manual, it said to replace them with clevis and the tubing which I have done so that’s it, and I will show you one other modification I’ve done so this modification is the receiver placement I came in here and put A bolsa trade across here from side to side and put the receiver on top of that, because, yes, that is a gyro receiver, which I will turn on once I get in flight and check everything out just for some extra stabilization. I think you can see the tray down in there. I also drilled a hole through the tray. In the event, I need to take the receiver out and adjust the rods going to the elevator. So just note, you might want to look out there. If you put a receiver in on a boss, a tray like this make sure you drill a hole to where you can get to the servo arm so that you can adjust the linkage if need be other than just in your Clovis’s. Also I’ll show you. This is the battery now it is all the way forward. Let me see if I can pull it out if you can see up in here for detail, but you can see see if I can get something to point with.
There was foam across here a couple of small pieces back in here and then you have your far wall and what I did was. I went in there and I cut there’s a couple of small pieces of foam out I’d say maybe another quarter to three eighths of an inch up to the plastic. So that was another thing I did just to get that battery to go as far forward as possible in nice, hard foam, it doesn’t seem to dent and ding with just touching it like a lot of our food and stuff.