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QQ EXTRA 300G2 SUPER PNP

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Famous and Revitalized!

The QQ Extra 300G2 is the second generation of the very popular and successful QQ Extra 300. Improvements from the Flex Innovations’ Design Team and valuable feedback from our customers around the world have been incorporated to evolve the QQ Extra 300G2 to the next level!

Our newest Potenza 10 BL motor (1400kv) with larger 50A ESC delivers more power that translates into more punch out from a hover and greater top speed. The new Potenza DS15 digital servos offer better precision and better reliability. Vibrant new color schemes bring outstanding visibility and modern flavor.

A perfectly balanced airframe and super light design have been combined with today’s most Advanced Flight Control System…the Aura 8. Using the latest Aura 8 firmware, the QQ Extra 300G2 gives an unmatched flying experience. Pilots will feel smooth, predictable and precise aircraft control without any bounce back or interference to pilot inputs. The aircraft will fly as if it were much larger with turbulent air being less noticeable, rotations stopping more precisely, and smoother landings!

The meticulous Quique Somenzini design and manufacturing of the QQ Extra 300G2 gives you light and stiff at the same time due to the hollow interior design with strength from carbon fiber in key locations. Because it is EPO, it remains tough and repairable.

The Night version now incorporates LEDs INSIDE the fuselage to increase visibility at darkness. A new LED controller that allow the pilot to turn the LED lights on/off in flight.

The QQ Extra 300G2 is all around the perfect airplane for those wanting to do sport flying or 3D aerobatics with maximum fun and minimal hassle! It’s the Go-To airplane!


GREAT FEATURES INCLUDED!

  • New Potenza 10 1400Kv BL motor for 3s operation
  • New ZTW 50A ESC with 8A internal BEC
  • (4) Potenza DS15 digital servos
  • Innovative and redesigned plywood sub-frame connects the firewall to the wing spar while providing superior battery mounting and cooling
  • Advanced AURA 8 Control system with new Firmware (no bounce back)
  • Extreme 3D Performance
  • Precise Aerobatics with nearly zero control coupling
  • Super-light Rigid Airframe
  • Hollow wing with internal wood and carbon structure
  • 11.5 x 4.5″ Custom Tooled Somenzini-Ribbe (SR) Prop for awesome grip at all speeds
  • Wheel Pants to enhance scale appearance (removable)
  • Vortex Generators for low speed control
  • Custom Control Horns for Optimized Throw and Precision
  • Highly visible and modern factory applied trim scheme


Flight Stabilizer Installed


SR 11.5 x 4.5e Propeller


DS15 Digital Metal Gear Servo


SFG’s and Vortex Generators


ZTW 50A ESC w/SBEC


Tough Plywood Sub-Frame


Potenza 10 1400kv BL Motor


Extreme Control Throws


RECOMMENDED COMPLETION ITEMS:

  • Potenza 3S 2200 45C battery (FPZB22003S45)
  • Potenza 3S 2600 45C battery (FPZB26003S45)
  • Potenza (3) Male to Male Servo Connectors (FPZAU01)
    • Optional for ‘4 PWM’ (servo) Rx connections with traditional Receivers
  • Potenza Battery Analyzer (FPZA1010)
  • ZTW Programming Card (optional) (ZTWCARD)
  • Spektrum DSMX Remote Receiver (SPM9745)
  • Futaba R2001SB S.Bus S-FHSS Receiver (FUTR2001SB)
  • 6+ Channel Computer Radio recommended*
*Works with DX4e/5e class transmitters with downloaded special configuration file.

Always check the WIKI for the latest Manual Updates and User Advise and Information!


Add more Punch to your Extra with the optional 4S power System

Use the standard ESC and Prop with this Motor and Battery for 25% more Watts of Power!
Specifications:
Length: 47.8” (1215 mm)
Wingspan: 47.8” (1215 mm)
Weight: 3 lb, 0 oz. (1360 grams)
Wing Area: 572.5 sq. in (40 sq. dm.)
Channels: 5
Battery: 2200 – 3300 3S

QQ Extra Support

Spare Parts Support Wiki Instruction Manual DS-15 Servo Addendum

Aura Support (general):

Aura Parts Aura Wiki Aura Config Tool

 

Seth Arnold Flies the QQ Extra 300G2

 

 

Quique Flies the QQ Extra 300G2

1 review for QQ EXTRA 300G2 SUPER PNP

  1. Mike Peck

    I want to update my earlier review. After re-reading my review I realized I left out what possibly caused the loss of control. Upon examination after impact the Aura was loose, possibly from impact, but I don’t think so. I believe I had not gotten the Aura secured well enough to the airframe. So all of my issues were self inflicted. Thanks to a great support team and some personal tutoring from Rocky on the Aura config app I am now enjoying the QQ 300. Bottom line, it’s a great little airplane.

    Previous Review:
    I gave this a three due to a very painful learning curve of the AFCS Aura along with a couple of production issues discovered when trying to make repairs. Issues are listed in chronological order.
    Issue 1: The Aura would power up but it did not power up the Spektrum remote DSMx receiver. I even purchased a new receiver just to verify. The Aura was s pulled from the airplane and sent back. Of course it worked when tested at Flex and subsequently when I put it back into the airplane. Great!
    Issue 2: The landing gear did not allow the tires to run flat but caused them to run on the outside edges making steering very sensitive when taking off and landing. A little tweaking on the wire and problem solved. Flew a few times to set trims and then made the mechanical adjustments to the control linkages to zero Tx trim and sub-trim.
    Issue 3: Almost immediately after take off I experienced a loss of control. I did pull back the throttle but did not think to turn off the AFCS until it was too late. The aircraft impacted the ground nose first. There appeared to be minimal damage except that the motor now had far more up thrust that before, indicating a firewall repair. All this is disappointing but livable until I discovered I could not remove the motor to get at the firewall because screws would not come out. I assume glue must have gotten on the threads. The might have broken loose if they had been hex head instead of the easily strippable phillips. It now looks as if I am going to have to purchase an complete new fuselage. Very disappointing.

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