Dynam Scout Trainer 980mm - ARTF

Dynam Scout Trainer 980mm - ARTF

Brand: Dynam

Part Number: DYN8924V2

£103.79 Web Price RRP £119.99

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DYNAM SCOUT TRAINER 980mm w/o TX/RX/Batt

The Dynam Scout is a perfect parkflyer as it's 980mm wingspan allows it to be flown in smaller areas at low speeds. This makes it easier for beginner pilots to master the art of flying and the steerable nose wheel gives it great handling on the ground as well. The Dynam Scout is a full four channel aircraft complete with both rudder and aileron controls which allow it to perform maneuvers such as stall turns and barrel rolls. This kit will require battery, charger and radio.

Dynam Scout Features:

  • Beatiful appearance,reasonable architectural design
  • Attractive white paint scheme and decal trim sheet
  • Powerful BM2313A-KV1850 brushless outrunner motor
  • Easy assembly,easy maintenance.

Spec Check:

  • Wingspan:980mm
  • Overall Length:767mm
  • ESC:18A
  • Motor:BM2313 KV1850
  • Servo:7g Servox3
  • Wing Area:13.7
  • Wing Loading:24.5 dm
  • Flying Weight:335g

Please Note: This model is sold in ARTF (Almost-ready-to-fly) format and requies a transmitter, receiver and battery for completion.

For further information: on flying your RC plane in a safe and responsible manner please check out www.bmfa.org


  • Brand: Dynam
  • Part No: DYN8924V2
  • Assembly Level: ARTF (Almost RTF)
  • Power: Electric
  • Flying Style: Trainers

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What battery does this plane take? Thanks.
Asked by Luke on 27th July 2017
These take a 11.1v 850mah LiPo

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

On the RTF version it ses that it takes a 7.4v 850mah lipo, Yet here it ses it takes a 11.1v 850mah lipo? thanks bertie
Asked by Bertie on 23rd November 2018

It looks like these are designed to take a 2S 850mah battery

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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