DPR Hyper Cub Kit Plane

DPR Hyper Cub Kit Plane

Brand: DPR

Part Number: DPR1008E

£34.59 Web Price RRP £39.99

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Introduced in the 1980s, DPR's rubber-powered park flyer was re-engineered in 2017 and this is the new electric-powered version that provides the option to add three-channel radio control for rudder, elevator and throttle.

The kit is full of laser-cut parts that aid quick and painless assembly and the design suits beginners, youngsters too (with a little help along the way). In that respect, everything you need is there, including wheels, pre-shaped undercarriage wire and a pre-cut windscreen surround. Just add your own glues, tissue paste and dope to complete.


DPR Hyper Cub (Electric R/C Kit) Includes:

  • Laser-cut balsa and plywood parts
  • Wire undercarriage and wheels
  • Full-size build plan & sandpaper sheet
  • Push rods for elevator and rudder
  • Tissue for covering
  • Protective clear plastic sheet to protect the plan when building
  • Detailed step-by-step building manual and illustrated colour R/C conversion instructions
  • Hyper Cub waterslide decals

DPR Hyper Cub (Electric R/C Kit) Requires:

  • Electric motor (recommended Roxxy 22-16-25)
  • 12A ESC
  • GWS-type, slow-fly 7 x 6" propeller
  • 2 x 4.5g ultra nano servos (recommended HS-35HD)
  • 2S LiPo battery - 350-400mAh (50 x 10 x 27mm)
  • Suitable covering material as alternative to tissue supplied (Oralight suggested)
  • Brand: DPR
  • Part No: DPR1008E
  • Power: Electric
  • Assembly Level: Kit (Unassembled)
  • Flying Style: Trainers

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I have been looking at your DPR Hyper Cub Kit Plane as a birthday present for my Dad. He is totally new to RC planes, but used to love flying the real thing. Will all of the 'required' parts to make this Electric plane include everything to get the plane to fly, or is a remote control also required?
Asked by Rachel Tilley on 12th May 2020

To get this up and flying you'd want to budget another say £250+ or so

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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