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Anaconda KIT - Does not include electronics
After months of testing, we are proud to introduce the RMRC Anaconda! The wait is finally over for this highly anticipated air frame. The Anaconda features a twin boom, inverted-V tail pusher design, with FPV flying and amateur aerial photography being its main purpose. It has been described as a "pilot's air frame", meaning that while it maintains excellent stall characteristics, it does not self correct while in a turn. When paired with the Vector OSD and stabilizer, this is the ultimate combination.
We pulled out all of the stops with the Anaconda to make sure to offer the quality product that you have come to expect from RMRC. It was our main objective from the start to offer you the best product possible. From the high quality hardware and control horns, the ultra smooth foam with minimal mould flashing, and graphics designed by the artist known as Chicken Sashimi, we know you will be proud to fly this new air frame.
- Easy to tear down for travel!
- Modular nose camera bay (We can supply drawings for others to make camera pods!)
- Adjustable center of gravity tray (no need to move batteries themselves)
- Ample room in the fuselage for equipment with easy access to all areas.
- Allows for a gimbal to be mounted under the nose for a clear view
- Optional flaps - Both leading and trailing edge for stable slow flight performance (hardware and servos not included for flaps)
- Strong landing gear with steerable nose wheel
- Optional mounting positions for GPS and/or transmitter on tail booms
- Premium custom RMRC branded Tiger Motor and ESC included with PNP version
- Wingspan: 2,060mm
- Wing Area: Approx. 4900cm2
- Length: 1,410mm
- Motor: 35-48 800-1000kv Brusless outrunner
- Propeller (sold separately): Recommend: 15x4E. Also can use 14x5.5MR, or similar.
- ESC: 60-80A ESC with switch mode BEC
- Servos:Recommended below 3x 27-34g and 2x 17-20g Metal Gear Digital (m
- Recommended Flap servos: HS-81/HS-85
- Battery: Li-Po 4s 5,000mAH - 20,000mAH (Additional nose weight needed with smaller batteries)
- Center of Gravity: 1/3 of wing from leading edge at the main spar
- Approximate flight duration: 45 minutes to over an hour depending on configuration
- Fuselage dimensions (Inside): L 66cm (26.5") x W 15cm (6") x H 8cm (3") Maximum measurements
Recommended Electronics (Included with the ARF)
RMRC's Setup for the Anaconda:
*NOT INCLUDED IN PNP OR ARF*
These items are what we used in our personal planes.
- Stock ARF Electronics
- 2x RMRC 5100 4s batteries wired in parallel
- Eagle Tree Vector flight controller
- APC 15.5x4E Prop (13x7E and 12x6E are also good alternatives)
- HS-85 Servos for Flaps
|RMRC Anaconda Servo Cutout Sizes
||27-34G Metal Gear
||17-20G Metal Gear
||17-20G Metal Gear
||27-34G Metal Gear
Measurements taken from foam cutout and do not take into account servo horn. These foam cutouts can be modified for larger servos if needed (except nose gear). Servo weights can also vary.
Anaconda User Manual found HERE (note not all updates for 2022 version have been included in the manual)
RcGroups.com Unboxing Video with Jim Graham: (PNP version shown)
Important Notice! When un-boxing your Anaconda, please check that stereo jacks are glued securely in their housings. We have found a few that were loose as shown below. (9/15/14)
Looking inside the fuselage:
- The Anaconda is not intended for beginners since it does not have self correcting tendencies. Instead, we recommend that beginners start with more gentle airframes such as the RMRC Stratosurfer.
- Not intended to be a "belly lander" due to size of prop and camera mounts
- Not designed for hand launching
- The decal kits are no longer included even though you may see them in some images and videos.
Can be broken down for transport: Picture courtesy of ducatirdr from RCGroups.com
Shipping Size -43x15x13