Ripmax WOT 4 Pro - ARTF

Ripmax WOT 4 Pro - ARTF

Brand: Ripmax

Part Number: A-CF002PROA

£129.74 Web Price RRP £149.99

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The Wot4 is established as a versatile and capable sports model but there is a limit to what it is capable of without sacrificing durability and versatility. So to get the most from the Wot4 Airframe we have made this new 'Pro' version for pilots who want an uncompromised version of this classic.

The ailerons, rudder and elevators have been increased in size for increased control authority. We have analysed the structure and removed weight wherever we can, this includes a built-up fin and tailplane, lightened wing, lightened fuselage and even lightening holes in the undercarriage.

The Wot4 Pro is particularly well suited to the Irvine .39, being the perfect match of power to weight.

• Limited Edition Kit
• Larger Ailerons, Elecator and Rudder for Extra Response
• Lightened Rips,Tips and Spar
• Lightened Fuselage
• Fully Built-Up Tailplane, Elevators, Fin and Rudder
• Lightened Undercarriage
• Distinctive Transparent Red Scheme
Specifications
Wingspan 1334mm (52.6in)
Length 1185mm (46.5in)
Weight 1.94Kg (4.39lbs)
Servos 5 x Quart QZ302 (Recommended)
Radio System 4 - 5 Channel (Required)
IC Engine .32 - .39 2-Stroke (Required)
  • Brand: Ripmax
  • Part No: A-CF002PROA
  • Assembly Level: ARTF (Almost RTF)
  • Power: Nitro
  • Flying Style: Sport

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hi there .could you recommend an electric motor for the WOT4 PRO thanks.Norm
Asked by Norm on 22nd December 2018

The Wot 4Pro isn't really designed for an electric pack - it was made  for IC and the Irvine 39 or alternative.

To convert to electric it could be done but you would need to cut out a flap in the fuselage to fit the battery through.

If that route is viable then the standard set up for the Wot 4EP/GP CF002A would be the one to use .

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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