Ripmax WOTs WOT XL ARTF Biplane

When a model is as good as the Wots·Wot there is only one way to make it better – make it BIGGER, which is what we have done with the new Wots·Wot XL! The increase in size has resulted in even better handling, with amazing low speed stability alongside stunning aerobatic capability and precision.

Designed around the popular 25 - 35cc petrol engines but also suitable for larger glow engines the Wots·Wot XL has a fully built-up structure from precision CNC cut balsa and ply, the assembled model then being carefully covered in film, whilst the fibreglass cowling is painted to match.

To enable easy transport and storage the Wots·Wot XL is easy to assemble and disassemble, the moulded wing struts having a single attachment screw at each end, whilst both wing panels separate into two halves. Once disassembled, the Wots·Wot XL will fit into standard estate cars and many hatchbacks with room to spare.

Features:

  • Classic Chris Foss design.
  • Fully built-up from balsa and ply for maximum strength and lightness.
  • Ideal first large model.
  • Covered in high quality heatshrink film.
  • Pre-painted lightweight fibreglass cowling.
  • Detailed colour manual.
  • Aluminium undercarriage.
  • High visibility colour scheme.
  • Pre-painted pilot figure.
  • Specification:

    • Wingspan: 1690mm (66.5").
    • Length: 1615mm (63.6").
    • Servos: 5-6 (Req.).
    • Radio System: 4-6 Channel (Req.).
    • Petrol Engine: 25 - 35cc petrol (Req.).

    Required to complete:

    • Radio control equipment with a minimum of four channels and five suitable servos.
    • 25 - 35cc 2-stroke petrol engine.
    • Suitable propeller, modelling tools and adhesives.

    Please Note: If you have not flown an RC model before you will need to learn. Flying any model aircraft requires some degree of care and skill, even the simplest 2 or 3 channel. We recommend you read the manufacturers instructions and prepare for your first flight. There are many useful guides to learning to fly RC aircraft and if you are still unsure help will be readily available at your local club. We recommend a range test before you fly. Your model will have a warranty but this will not cover damage to propellers, wings, fuselage, tail or any other part sustained due to pilot error or loss of transmitter signal. In simple terms, if you crash it, you will be responsible for the repair!!