The TBRC Reflex 38 V2 is the sleakest plane to take to the skies. It's custom designed aerofoil and unique winglets make this craft the ideal FPV racing wing. The exceptional high speed handling and the extreme durability of the foam construction make it a love for many FPV racing pilots out there.
The Original TBRC Reflex has won the NAFPV 2015 wing race and the FatShark Frenzy 2015, 2016 and 2017 wing race as well as winning and getting on the podium in many other races around the world.
The TBRC Relex V2 has a 38" wingspan and is made of super durable HEPP foam. This #Superfoam can withstand significant amounts of force and still bounce back. This means you'll be fixing less and flying more.
The kit comes supplied with the foam, spars, winglets, elevons, equipment bay hatch, nose skids, heavy duty control horns, push rod connectors, foam motor mount streamlining and 3 mil laminate.
The large battery bay allows you to put in a variety of batteries to suit your flying style. The battery bay also includes a unique shelf, or secret compartment at the back which allows you to tuck your wires out of the way leading to a cleaner setup and more space for components.
The CG is 140 mm from the nose. Which is also at the same point as the back of the equipment bay hatch, allowing for easy laying out of components when you're putting this kit together.
Introducing the TBRC Micro Warlock. Like it's big sister you can expect the same stability and performance as the full scale TBRC Warlock Twin Boom V2 but in a micro sized package. The Micro Warlock features a fully symmetrical airfoil and is nimble stable and a pure joy to fly. Like the full scale version there are many options with this bird, twin motor tractor, single motor pusher or go all out and run three motors on it. It can be flown slow in tight spaces or super fast and chew up a ton of real estate in a hurry. The compound wing design is composed of three wing panels, the central panel is straight 7.75" wide central chord the wing tips are forward swept at 8.5" each for a total span of 24".