Flyzone HCAA1993 User Manual

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6. Moving the right stick to the left will cause the

left motor to slow down. This will cause the plane to
turn to the left.

7. By releasing the left stick, your airplane will

slowly descend for landing. Fly downwind, pass your
landing spot and turn back into the wind. Release the
left stick and the airplane will glide in for a landing.

It is best to fly on calm days, at least for your first few
flights, when there is little or no wind (3 mph maximum).
Also, find an area clear of trees, power lines and other
structures.Your flying location should be about the size
of a baseball diamond. The best place to fly your R/C
Micro Ultrix Bipe is a flying field. Don’t fly around groups
of people, especially children or within 6 miles of where
other R/C airplanes are being flown.

Make sure the airplane’s battery pack is fully
charged and that the transmitter has a fresh “9V”
battery installed.

If others are flying in the same area, make sure that
they are not using the same frequency as your radio
system. The frequency sticker is located on the back
of your transmitter. This is the frequency you are
using. If someone is on the same frequency, DO NOT
switch on your transmitter until they are done flying.

1. Caution: Always launch the airplane away

from people and obstacles. It is important to adjust
or “trim,” your airplane before each flight. Select an
open area to test your plane.

2. With the motor off, grasp the airplane fuselage

and gently toss the airplane into the wind. It should
glide straight ahead and settle gently to the ground.
See the diagram below. If your plane dives (A) or
stalls (B) follow the steps included below until you
have a correct path (C).

A = Dive.
B = Stall and crash.
C = Correct flight path.

Note: If your airplane flies flat and level the first
time (path C), DO NOT make any adjustments!