XK a800 , watch this video before you buy. Remote control 4 channel airplane glider for beginners

This is a video filled with hints and tips about flying this very cheap but well made Glider plane the XK A800, hopefully it will help you decide if you want to get one, This plane has ailerons but can easily be flown just using the rudder.It can also perform loops and slow rolls. Apologies for noisy background in places.
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Dave Nelson says:

Thanks for all your feed back, I’ll keep posting updates as soon as there is more information

neon an creeper gaming says:

My XK a800 crashed nose dive and the motor literally broke in half on the first flight . Want a video on how to fix . (Is the f959 motor the same as the XK a800? ) because I’m gonna replace it with f959 spare motor.

RC-Fan NL says:

Nice video. I currently started flying with the WL Toys Sky King, which is basically the same as the A700 and it’s a lot of fun already. This A800 seems to expand upon that, but with the addition of ailerons and a gyro system. I just wonder if the front mounted prop isn’t more likely to catch something when landing. The top mounted motor of the A700 seems to offer better protection for prop and motor.

RC Pilots says:

This is the link to our video about the motor problem – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2LagZiEBIg
The motor for the a700 and the a800 seem identical with one major difference, there is an additional collett/spacer on the prop shaft for the 800 to assist securing the propeller to the shaft, so perhaps the 700 motor will not suit the 800

Tarvell says:

Very informative video, thanks a lot.

RC Pilots says:

Sorry to hear about the crash, the front mount motor can get damaged from a nose smash, we have a quick video on fixing this which basically means gluing the back panel of the motor to secure it in place,

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