Monday, December 12, 2011

Dynam Grand Cruiser RC Airplane w/servoless Retracts and Nav Lights / Twin engine / PNP or 2.4ghz 6 Channel RTF


Another Dynam home run! This is a GREAT trainer-type plane- steady, smooth and responsive, even in wind. Check out it's flying performance in this video!
The servoless retracts are really sturdy and dependable, and it's "flap ready" with the new Dynam "extended flap' design. This means that the hardware for the flap system is included with the plane- all you need is our Killerplanes flap kit to finish the job off- all the necessary other parts are in there (servos, wires, adapters, reversers, control rods and horns, everything but the hot glue!), ready to hook the flaps up to your 6 channel Transmitter/Receiver. A word about this new Dynam flap design- it's an AMAZING piece of engineering. Flaps on foamies are usually supported by the servo, meaning that the "lift" provided by the flap portion of the wing is constantly pulling on the servo arm, putting a load on the servo the entire time you're flying. This new design is clever in the extreme, and the flap fits up into a "pocket" that supports it. The supplied flap hinges include a hidden control horn, and the control rod is buried in the wing. VERY intelligent and elegant, and it's just another of the many design elements that make me LOVE these new Dynam planes!
Our Crashproofing/Airframe support system once again gives the plane 9 lives, and keeps your wings from snapping when pulling out of a steep, fast power dive (should you find yourself in that position somehow...) Don't fly without Crashproofing! Once you try it (and especially once you NEED it) you'll be hooked- it's the least expensive way of keeping a plane in the air!
The Dynam Grand Cruiser RTF version comes with the fabulous Dynam 5 channel Transmitter/Receiver (my favorite inexpensive transmitter- check out it's operation in our Youtube video "My Three Planes"), a 2200mAh 20c 3 cell LiPo battery, and a balance charger. Did I forget something? Oh yeah- the PLANE, decals, pre-installed retracts and servos, LED navigation lights, and loads of guaranteed FUN! The PNP version has everything but the Tx/Rx, battery, and charger.
The last word- now that I've made the video, I'm going to paint mine black, with some blood-red accents on the top. Batplane, here we come!


  1. It is very nice trainer type plan in low cost. This is grate time to buy it. It has so many feature and function. I like this article so much.

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  2. Wow, such a great information are provided, i really enjoyed to read your post. This new Dynam flap design are look like awesome. I first time read this type of post. I think this i will surely buy it. Thanks for giving the great information. Thanks.

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  3. A very nice product.I really like it.This is a nicely designed and would seem a better fit I must say that this is one of the best models that I have seen in a long time. People truly get what they pay for in this model.I want to know what exactly to check for before you fly so before i convince my flight is ok. I like to keep safe other components to avoid accident. Anyway thanks for the informative posts keep up the good work.


  4. I recently purchased the Dynam Grand cruiser (the 2nd edition with retracts) and it is giving me quite a fit. After final assembly. it turns the throttle on and won't stop until the battery is removed. any suggestions?
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