Cularis ... The high-performance electric glider made of ELAPOR
The EasyGlider was the first step for many modellers into the world of model gliding
and thermals, and now we present the logical development and next step: the Cularis.
The Cularis can be built as a glider or electric glider.
For the electric version we recommend the dedicated power set, MPX-32644. With the recommended battery this power system provides 6 to 8 climbs to around 150 m on a
single charge. If you want more power, simply fi t a larger propeller (e.g. 12 x 8 or 13.5 x 7); this gives a better rate of climb at the cost of reduced motor run times.
The set also includes a glider nose cone in which an optional aero-tow coupling can be installed. The model can then be flown as a glider and launched by aero-tow. The Mpx MENTOR makes a great tug for the Cularis.
- an ideal model for weekend and club pilots
- The mechanical retainer system engages automatically when the wings are
plugged in; at the same time the servos are connected electrically, eliminating the
tedious task of connecting the wing-mounted servos.
- The all-moving tailplane is also removable, with an automatic retainer system.
- Two carbon wing spars for ample strength
- Like the all-moving tailplane, the wings can be unlocked and removed very simply, making transport straightforward
- GRP reinforcements in the fuselage and tailplane
- Polycarbonate fuselage nose reinforcement
- Wing-mounted servos covered by protective fairings
- All the electronic components have a pre-defi ned position in the model.
Moulded ELAPOR components
CFRP and GRP spars, Injection-moulded parts including motor bulkhead, Small
items and linkage components, Decal
sheet, Comprehensive illustrated building
- Wingspan: 2610 mm
- Fuselage length: 1260 mm
- All-up weight: glider approx.. 1400 g, electric, with rec. power set approx. 1680 g
- Wing area (FAI): approx. 55 dm²
- Wing loading (FAI): from 25,5 g/dm²
- Functions: levator, rudder, aileron and
butterfl y (crow)
- Electric version needs throttle