Full Text Searchable PDF User Manual
Our model kits are subject to constant quality checks throughout the production process, and we sincerely
hope that you are completely satisfied with the contents of your kit. However, we would ask you to check all
the parts before you start construction, referring to the Parts List, as we cannot exchange components which
you have already modified. If you find any part is not acceptable for any reason, we will readily correct or
exchange it once we have examined the faulty component. Just send the offending part to our Model
Department. Please be sure to include the enclosed complaint form, duly completed. We are constantly
working on improving our models, and for this reason we must reserve the right to change the kit contents
in terms of shape or dimensions of parts, technology, materials and fittings, without prior notification.
Please understand that we cannot entertain claims against us if the kit contents do not agree in every
respect with the instructions and the illustrations.
This is a sophisticated hobby product and is NOT a toy. It must always be operated with caution,
common sense and some basic mechanical ability. This manual provides instructions as
the assembly, safe operation and maintainence of this hobby product. It is highly
recommended that you follow and read fully the instructions and warnings stated in this
manual including, safety, assembly, set-up and flying guidelines in order to operate this
product correctly and avoid damage or serious injury.
1. Fuselage 1pc
2. Right wing 1pc
3. Left wing 1pc
4. Elevator 1pc
5. Rudder 1pc
6. Equipment cabin 1pc
7. Nose covering 1pc
8. Wing connected batten1 1pc
9 . P l a s t i c c o v e r o f w i n g t r a i l i n g e d g e 1 p c
10. Plastic cover of wing leading edge 1pc
11. Wing connected batten2 1pc
12. Landing gear 1pc
19. Spinner 1pc
20. Pushrod1 4pcs
21. Pushrod2 2pcs
22. Propeller14*7 1pc
The RTF include
63 in (1600 mm)
50.7 in (1287 mm)
5.24 lb-5.39 lb(2380g-2450g)
AIR TITAN 1600
1600mm big trainer that can take off/landing on ground, water and snowfield. It's also a good
plane for night flying.It has LED setting.
1.A good trainer in very big wingspan 1600MM, with good resistance easy control and carry.
2.Fuselage main reforcement batten construction,wing fixed construction,landing gear install
construction,motor install construction,and tow system construction,they are associated
skillfully and ensure the strength of the whole plane.
3.Use the design of tailwheel aircraft, and material of landing gear have been thickened,ensure
the stability and durability when take off and landing. Meanwhile the tailwheel linked with
rudder,and can control well the flying stance.
4.Can be easily changed to different taking off/landing mode, including ground, snowfield and
5.You can install led strips on pre-reserved slots for night flying. It's very easy to operate.
6.Has enough power to tow a glider while flying. A tow construction that controlled by servo is
7.We use simple and reliable bolt way of Battery cabin and set at fuselage Abdomen,it's very
easy to change battery.
8.Use T-Motor 3520,ensure the strong power of the plane.
9.Most of the assemble step have been finished at factory,people can enjoy the flying very
easily. Solid packaging,simple assemble,easy flying, and high cost performance, it's really
good news for many model beginner.
4S 14.8V 3300mAh
B6 2 cells to 6cells
Charging the Flight Battery
DC Input cable
AC Input cable
1.Connect temporary B6 charger,there is one LED green light, choose battery
type through pressing down the red button,switch two LED light bright. Once
choose Lipo,Lipo LED light green; Choose NiMh,NiMh LED light green.
2.Connect the charger of 4S battery pack,meanwhile connect output port of
battery to charger through output cable.Press the red button and loose the
button after LED light changed from green to red. The battery is charging.
3.When LED light turn from red to green,4S battery pack charge complete.
When connecting the battery to the battery charger, make sure the
two connectors are correctly oriented. Failure to do so could cause the battery
terminals to short, resulting in ﬁre, which could lead to property damage and
Operating voltage range: AC 110V-240 V, DC 11V-18V.
Charge power: 50Watts
Charge current range: 0.5-5.0A
LiPo battery cont: 2-6 cells
NiMh battery cont: 1-15 cells
Size: 130 mm * 90mm * 40mm
Weight: 355 g
By handling, charging or using the included Li-Po battery, you assume all risks
associated with lithium batteries.
If at any time the battery begins to balloon or swell, discontinue use immediately.
If charging or discharging, discontinue and disconnect. Continuing to use, charge
or discharge a battery that is ballooning or swelling can result in ﬁre.
Always store the battery at room temperature in a dry area for best results.
Always transport or temporarily store the battery in a temperature range of 40–
120º F (5–49º C). Do not store battery or aircraft in a car or direct sunlight. If stored
in a hot car, the battery can be damaged or even catch ﬁre.
Always charge batteries away from ﬂammable materials.
Always inspect the battery before charging and never charge dead or damaged
Always disconnect the battery after charging, and let the charger cool between
Always constantly monitor the temperature of the battery pack while charging.
Never discharge Li-Po cells to below 3V under load.
Never leave charging batteries unattended.
Never charge batteries outside recommended levels.
Never attempt to dismantle or alter the charger.
Never allow minors under the age of 14 to charge battery packs..
Never charge batteries in extremely hot or cold places (recommended between
40–120° F or 5–49° C) or place in direct sunlight.
Installing the Transmitter Batteries
Insert included batteries in the transmitter
If using rechargeable batteries, charge only rechargeable batteries.
Charging non-rechargeable batteries may cause the batteries to burst, resulting
in injury to persons and/or damage to property.
Do not pick up the transmitter by the antenna. Do not alter or put weight
on the antenna. Damage to antenna parts can decrease transmitter signal strength,
which can result in loss of aircraft control, injury or property damage.
For smooth control of your aircraft, always make small control moves. All directions
are described as if you were sitting in the aircraft.
For example, when the aircraft's nose is pointing toward you, left steering (rudder)
will turn the aircraft left (your right while holding the transmitter).
Flying faster or slower: When your aircraft is stable in the air, push the throttle
stick up to make the aircraft go faster, and pull the throttle stick back to slow down.
The aircraft will climb when the throttle is increased.
Elevator up and down: Push the elevator stick forward to make the aircraft go
down and pull the elevator stick back to go up.
Steering right and left: Move the rubber or aileron stick right to make the aircraft
go right and move the rubber or aileron stick left to go left (as if you are seated in
Only trim the aircraft at half throttle. When trimmed correctly, your aircraft climbs
steadily at full throttle and will ﬂy level at half throttle.
When the aircraft's nose drifts up or down while the elevator stick is at
neutral (centered) position, push the elevator trim button by one or two “beep”
increments OPPOSITE the direction of drift.
Adjust trim so the aircraft ﬂ ies straight and level when the elevator stick is
When the aircraft drifts left or right while the rudder stick is at the neutral position
(centered), push the rudder trim button by one “beep” increments OPPOSITE the
direc-tion of drift.
Adjust trim so the aircraft ﬂies straight when the control stick is neutral.
When the aircraft roll left or right while the aileron stick is at the neutral position
(centered), push the aileron trim button by one “beep” increments OPPOSITE the
direc-tion of drift.
Steps of ASSEMBLY
1.Install the landing gear on corresponding slot of fuselage, and fix with two pcs
2.Insert elevator and rudder on the corresponding slot of fuselage,meanwhile
ensure to insert the tail wheel steel wire to the corresponding slot of rudder, and
fix with two pcs screw.
3.Take out 2 thread from wing(the female head which connect the airleon and
4.Insert the thread of airleon servo and flap servo into the corresponding slot of left
wing, and put the servo on the slot.
5.Fix the airleon servo and flap servo on left wing with screw.
6.Cross pushrod1 on servo arm.
7.Fix the pushrod 1 servo arm on the servo, put one head plastic clip of pushrod1
and fix on servo with screw.
8.Connect the airleon servo thread and flap servo thread(male head) to corresponding
9.Insert the connected thread into the corresponding slot.
10.Repeat the left wing installation steps from 3 to 9, and install right wing well.
11.Connect right and left wing through wing connected batten
12.Install elevator servo and rudder servo in the correspoding slot of fuselage with
13.Cross pushrod2 on servo harm.
14.Put and fix the servo arm with pushrod2 on servo.
15.Installed one clip head of pushrod2 on rudder servo arm, fix on rudder with screw.
16.Installed one clip head of pushrod2 on rudder servo arm, fix on rudder with
17.Fix the motor on the motor mount with screw.
18.Put and install the nose covering on the nose with screw.
19.Put the ESC on the battery renforcement plate,fix with velcro strap.
20.Connect the three thread power line to ESC three thread, after connection,please
check if the motor positive inversion, if by reversal way, pull up arbitrary two thread of
them, reconnect after exchanging,ensure the right direction of motor rotation.
21.Insert all servo wires and esc signal lines to correspoding channel of radio in turn.
22.Insert the radio into the fuselage.
23.Fix the propeller on the motor with screw,and then fix the spinner with screw.
24.Insert the connected plug on the right and left wing to socket on PCB of fuselage.
25.Fix the wing on fuselage with screw.
26.Put the battery on battery plate and fix with velcro strap.
27.Put the equipment cabin on the corresponding of fuselage
Connect the Flight Battery
1.Lower the throttle
stick and throttle
trim to their lowest
settings and power
on your transmitter.
2.Connect the ﬂight
battery to the aircraft
2.Immobile for 5 seconds. Series of tones.
CAUTION: Always keep hands away from the propeller. When armed, the motor will
turn the propeller in response to any throttle movement.
CAUTION: Always disconnect the Li-Po ﬂight battery from the aircraft receiver when
not ﬂying to avoid over discharging the battery. Batteries discharged to a voltage
lower than the lowest approved voltage may become damaged, resulting in loss of
performance and potential ﬁre when batteries are charged.
Control Surface Test
1. Power on the transmitter.
2. Install a fully charged ﬂight battery and allow the aircraft's ESC to initialize.
Test the Elevator
MODE 1 MODE 2
Test your Elevator control by moving your elevator stick down and up. Make
sure that the elevator responds according to the illustrations.
Test the Aileron
Test your Aileron control by moving your aileron stick down and up. Make sure
that the aileron responds according to the illustrations.
Test the Rudder
Test your rudder control by moving your rudder stick left and right. Make sure
that the rudder responds according to the illustrations.
Test the flap
Make sure that the rudder responds according to the illustrations.
Test the Schlepp
Make sure that the rudder responds according to the illustrations.
Centre of Gravity
The centre of gravity (CG) should be at a position of 85mm-95mm away from
leading edge,Please refer to above picture.
Safety is the First Commandment when flying any model aircraft.
Third party insurance should be considered a basic essential. If you join a
model club suitable cover will usually be available through the organisation.
It is your personal responsibility to ensure that your insurance is adequate.
Make it your job to keep your models and your radio control system in perfect
order at all times. Check the correct charging procedure for the batteries you
are using. Make use of all sensible safety systems and precautions which are
advised for your system. An excellent source of practical accessories is the
main catalogue, as our products are designed and
manufactured exclusively by practising modellers for other practising
Always fly with a responsible attitude. You may think that flying low over
other people's heads is proof of your piloting skill; others know better. The
real expert does not need to prove himself in such childish ways. Let other
pilots know that this is what you think too.
Always fly in such a way that you do not endanger yourself or others. Bear in
mind that even the best RC system in the world is subject to outside
interference. No matter how many years of accident-free flying you have
under your belt, you have no idea what will happen in the next minute.
team - hope you have many hours of pleasure
building and flying your new model.
Main landing gear
wing connected batten
Plastic cover of wing
Auxiliary landing gear(used for )
Skid for snowfield
9g micro servo
Battery: 14.8V 4S 3300mAh Li-po 25C
ESC : 50Amp
Propeller: 14*7 SF prop
Servo: 17g micro servo