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Multiplex FuncubMultiplex Modelsport USA 214243 Fun CUB Kit
In the air, its unique combination of full 5-channel control with expansive flaps and oversized lightweight wheels ensures simple, shameless fun. Beginners will love its manageable, slow flying characteristics and experienced pilots will enjoy its ability to perform spectacular aerobatic maneuvers. Optional accessory floats turn this already versatile model into an attractive amphibian. Join the FUN CLUB today with the spirited Fun Cub! Needed to Complete - 4+ Channel Transmitter and Receiver - ... Read more

Brand: Multiplex
Part Numbers: M214243, MPU214243
UPC: 4041033032435


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Examine your kit carefully! MULTIPLEX 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. Caution! Radio-controlled models, and especially model aircraft, are by no means playthings in the usual sense of the term. Building and operating them safely requires a certain level of technical competence and manual skill, together with discipline and a responsible attitude at the flying field. Errors and carelessness in building and flying the model can result in serious personal injury and damage to property. Since we, as manufacturers, have no control over the construction, maintenance and operation of our products, we are obliged to take this opportunity to point out these hazards and to emphasise your personal responsibility.
Recommended equipment: Min. RX-7-light M-Link receiver or RX-9-DR M-LINK receiver or RX-7-Synth IPD 35 MHz A-band alternatively 40 / 41 MHz band 2 Tiny-S servos (rudder, elevator) 2 Nano-S servos (aileron) Optional: 2 / 3 additional Nano-S servos (for landing flaps and aero-tow release) Power set: FunCub power set including brushless motor, speed controller, propeller, driver and accessories. Recommended battery: Li-BATT eco 3/1-2000 (M6) Adhesive: Zacki ELAPOR 20 g Zacki ELAPOR super liquid, 10 g

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5880 5882

Order No. Order No. Order No. 6 5120

Order No. 33 2649

Order No. 15 7231

VE 20 VE 20

Order No. Order No. 59 2728
Tip! FunCub power set, Li-BATT powered As above, but including Li-BATT eco 3/1-2000 (M6) flight battery Tools: Scissors, balsa knife, combination pliers, screwdriver.

Order No. 33 3649

Specification: Wingspan Overall length All-up weight Wing area Wing loading RC functions
1400 mm 980 mm approx. 1130 g 38 dm min. 30 g/dm Aileron, rudder, elevator, throttle Optional landing flaps and aero-tow release
Important note This model is not made of styrofoam, and it is not possible to glue the material using white glue, polyurethane or epoxy; these adhesives only produce a superficial bond which gives way when stressed. Use medium-viscosity cyano-acrylate glue for all joints, preferably our Zacki-ELAPOR, # - the cyano glue optimised specifically for ELAPOR particle foam. If you use Zacki-ELAPOR you will find that you do not need cyano kicker or activator for most joints. However, if you wish to use a different adhesive, and are therefore obliged to use kicker / activator spray, we recommend that you apply the material in the open air as it can be injurious to health.

1. Before assembling the model Please check the contents of your kit before you start working on it. You will find Figs. 1 + 2 and the Parts List helpful here. 2. The fuselage The first step is to glue the latch catches 22 and the motor mounts 37 in both fuselage shells. Fig. 3 3. Installing the servos Check that the elevator and rudder servos are a snug fit in the fuselage shells 3 + 4 and apply a drop of glue to the mounting lugs to secure them. Fix the servo leads in place using paper masking tape, so that the wires and connectors cannot cause damage, and do not get in the way when the shells are joined. Fig. 4 4. Control snakes Prepare the control snakes 54 / 56 and 55 / 57: cut the outer and inner sleeves to length, and slip the steel pushrods 52 / 53 inside them. Install the swivel pushrod connectors in the outermost hole of the rudder and elevator horns. Note that the pre-formed pushrod end should be connected to the second hole from the outside of the servo output arm. Lay the fuselage shells down flat so that they are not distorted. Figs. 5 - 6 5. Preparing the wing spreader plates Clip together the wing spreader plates 33 + 34, using a pair of flat-nose pliers if necessary, and glue the joints. Glue the prepared wing spreader plates in the right-hand fuselage shell. Fig. 7 6. Joining the fuselage shells Offer up the fuselage shells 3 / 4, initially without glue. When you are confident that everything fits properly, the shells can be glued together. Keep the fuselage perfectly straight while the glue is curing. Fig. 7 7. Preparing the elevator pushrod connector Fit the swivel pushrod connector 25 for the elevator 8 in the outermost hole of the elevator horn 24, and secure it with the washer 26 and nut 27. Caution: take care to fit the connector with the barrel on the outside (see drawing). Be careful when fitting the retaining nut: tighten it just to the point where the barrel rotates smoothly, but without lost motion, and then use the point of a needle to apply a tiny drop of cyano or paint to the nut threads to prevent it working loose. Fit the socket-head grubscrew 28 in the swivel pushrod connector 25 using the allen key 29. Glue the horn 24 in the recess of the elevator 8, with the row of linkage holes facing forward. Fig. 8
8. Attaching the tailplane Place the tailplane on the fuselage dry - without glue - and check that it is possible to set it exactly horizontal; minor trimming to the tailplane saddle might be necessary. When you are satisfied, glue the tailplane in place, and immediately align it accurately. Fig. 9 9. Fin and tailwheel unit Fit the steel wire tailwheel unit 76 through the glue-fitting tailwheel bracket 36 and the glue-fitting rudder horn 35. Bend the straight end of the wire through 90, as close to the horn surface as possible, as shown in Fig. 10. Glue the rudder horn 35 in the slot in the rudder, but only apply cyano to the bottom surface. Allow the glue to harden, then cut a slot about 1.5 mm wide above the horn to accept the tailwheel wire. Wipe off any excess adhesive. Rotate the wire tailwheel unit 76 until it is located over the rudder horn 35, and align the parts carefully before gluing it in place with a little cyano. Install the swivel pushrod connector, and lock the nut with a drop of paint or glue as previously described. Fig. 11 Install the tailwheel 77 as shown: fit one wheel retainer (tubular rivet) 78 on the wire axle, followed by the wheel, and finally the second retainer. Fix both wheel retainers 78 to the axle with a drop of cyano. Fig. 12 10. Gluing the fin to the fuselage Check that the fin assembly is a snug fit in the fuselage and tailplane, and glue it in place as shown. Fig. 13 11. Main undercarriage The main undercarriage 70 can now be prepared for installation: Slip a collet 72 onto each axle (right and left), and secure them with the socket-head grubscrews 73. Fit the wheels 71 on the axles and secure them with two further collets 72 and grubscrews 73. Adjust the collet spacing to ensure that the wheels rotate freely. Fig. 15 The undercarriage bracket 74 can now be glued to the underside of the fuselage: press it in firmly before applying the adhesive. Fig. 14 Push the main undercarriage unit 70 into the bracket until it engages, then fit the retaining screw 75 to secure it. Fig. 15 12. The wings The wing panels 6 / 7 should not be glued together! Before you install the spars in the wings, offer up the tubular spars 50 / 51 and the spar joiners 30 / 31 dry to check that the parts fit neatly. Please note: the front spar joiner 30 is deeper than the rear joiner 31. When you are confident that everything fits properly, glue the

spars 50 / 51 and the spar joiners 30 / 31 in the right-hand wing panel only. Fig. 16 Allow the glue to set hard, then push the second set of spars into the end of the spar joiners (dont glue them!). Fit the lefthand wing panel on the projecting spars and spar joiners and check that the parts fit together neatly. When you are satisfied, apply adhesive to the spar recess of the left-hand wing panel, and glue the wing panel in place; take care to position the parts accurately. Fig. 17 13. Freeing the ailerons and landing flaps The ailerons are an integral part of the wing panels 6 and 7; release them by cutting along the recessed lines at both ends. Move the ailerons up and down repeatedly to free up the hinge lines, but take care not to over-stretch them - dont separate the ailerons from the wings! If you intend using the landing flaps, release them in the same way by cutting at both ends, then separate them from the wing panels. Sand the cut lines smooth and flat. Figs. 18 / 19 Position the flaps against the wings with the top and bottom surfaces flush, and fix them in place temporarily using paper masking tape. Check that the flaps still follow the wing airfoil accurately. If you do not wish to fit working landing flaps, the projecting part can simply be cut off. Fig. 20 If you do wish to install working landing flaps, assemble the six offset hinges from parts 41 and 42. Spray a very thin coat of cyano activator (kicker) into the horn recesses in the flaps, and allow it to air-dry for about sixty seconds. The prepared hinges can now be glued in the recesses in the landing flaps as shown. Fig. 21 Insert the pivot barrels 43 in the holes of both aileron horns. Fit the socket-head grubscrews 28 in the pivot barrels 43 using the allen key 29. Glue the horns 41+44 in the appropriate recesses in the ailerons. Fig. 22 14. Installing the aileron servos Set the aileron servos to neutral (centre) from the transmitter, then fit the output arms on them in such a way that the arms project at 90 to one side of the case - 1 x left and 1 x right (mirror-image pair). Check that the servos are a snug sliding fit in the moulded-in recesses in the wing panels 6 and 7; Note that the output shaft should be towards the wing leading edge. Depending on the type of servo you are using, you may find that minor trimming is required to the servo recesses. The servos can be secured with a drop of hot-melt glue or cyano applied to the slots in the wings which accommodate the servo mounting lugs: press the servos into the recesses immediately after applying the glue, and apply another drop of adhesive to each mounting lug if required for security. 15. Installing the aileron pushrods Connect the pre-formed end of the aileron pushrods 45 to the outermost hole in the servo output arm, and slip the plain end through the swivel pushrod connectors attached to the aileron horns. Hold the ailerons at neutral, and tighten the grubscrews 28 to clamp the pushrods in place. 16. Installing the landing flap servos

Set the flap servos to neutral from the transmitter. Fit the long output arms on the servos in such a way that the levers are positioned at 70 at the neutral position (see template in Fig. 23). The servos should form a mirror-image pair, i.e. one left, one right. Cut out the template if required. Connect the pre-formed end of the landing flap pushrods 46 to the servo output arms at a distance of about 23 mm from the servo shaft centre, and slip the plain end through the swivel pushrod connectors 25. With the servos at centre, set the flaps to the neutral position and tighten the grubscrews 28 to clamp the pushrods in place. Fig. 24
Once everything is correctly assembled, you can separate the wing panels again by sliding them apart in the centre. 17. Aero-tow mechanism The aero-tow mechanism 47 can be installed at any time. The aero-tow unit should be glued in the recess in the righthand wing panel. Set the servo to neutral and fit the output arm on the servo, facing directly forward. Connect the towrelease pushrod 48 to the servo output arm, then bend it to the shape shown and cut it to length. Secure the servo in the recess in the underside of the wing with a little hot-melt glue or cyano. Fig. 25 18. Trial assembly Fit the wing panels together, place the wing on the fuselage, and fix it in place using the two plastic screws 32. The projecting areas on the underside of the wing centre section automatically keep the wing in the correct position. Fig. 26 19. Power set: The model is designed for the MULTIPLEX FunCub power set, Order No. 33 2649. The current drain with a 3S LiPo flight battery and the standard propeller (supplied) is: approx. 23 A The power set consists of a Himax C 3516-0840 motor, MULTIcont BL-30 S-BEC speed controller, 13 x 4 propeller, propeller driver and spinner. Fig. 27 20. Attaching the motor bulkhead to the motor mount The motor sidethrust and downthrust can be adjusted in conjunction with the motor mounts 37 and the motor bulkhead 38. The motor mounts are installed asymmetrically as standard: when the four adjustment screws 39 are set flush, the motor is positioned with maximum possible sidethrust and no downthrust, which is our recommended basic setting. These settings apply when looking at the motor bulkhead from the tail. Fig. 28 The grubscrews should project from the rear of the motor bulkhead by the amounts stated below: Upper Upper Lower Lower left: right: left: right: 3.0 3.0 1.5 1.5 mm mm mm mm
The screws should project by the stated values. You will need to make minor adjustments during test-flying!
21. Installing the motor Fix the motor to the motor bulkhead 38 using the screws included in the power set. Install this assembly using the screws 40, as shown in Fig. 27. 22. Installing the canopy latch catches Fit the canopy 5 into the fuselage from the front, sliding it in towards the wing, and only then push it down at the front. Fit the two latch tongues 23 dry, and carefully position them flush. Apply thick cyano to the serrated areas, then insert the latch tongues into the slots in the canopy. Slide the canopy into the fuselage, and allow the latch tongues to engage in the latch catches 22. Immediately position the canopy accurately on the fuselage while the glue is still wet. Wait for about one minute before carefully opening the canopy again. Apply more glue to the latch tongues if necessary. Fig. 29 23. Installing the flight pack and receiver The space for the flight battery is under the canopy, and extends back under the wing saddle. Stick the strips of Velcro (hookand-loop) tape 20 / 21 in this area to secure the battery. The speed controller fits in the side of the fuselage adjacent to the flight pack. Install the receiver under the wing saddle, again using the Velcro strips 20 / 21. Fig. 30 Do not connect the battery to the speed controller unless the transmitter is already switched on, and you are sure that the throttle control is at the OFF position. Connect the servo plugs to the receiver. Switch the transmitter on, connect the flight battery to the speed controller, and the controller to the receiver. Now switch the motor on briefly so that you can check the direction of rotation of the propeller (when checking the motor be sure to hold the model securely, and remove any loose, lightweight objects in front of and behind the model). If the motor spins in the wrong direction, reverse two of the wires at the motor - do not reverse the flight battery! Caution: keep well clear of the propeller blades: serious injury risk! 24. Deploying the aerial on the underside of the fuselage The receiver aerial can be routed down and out of the underside of the fuselage, and then deployed aft towards the tail. You will need to pierce a hole through the fuselage floor, working from the inside of the fuselage. Slip the aerial through the hole from the inside, and fix it to the fuselage with a strip of adhesive tape. If the aerial is longer (35 / 40 MHz), allow the loose end to trail freely. 25. Setting the control surface travels Setting the correct control surface travels is important if you wish the model to respond to the control commands in a balanced manner. Up-elevator (stick back, towards you) Down-elevator (stick forward, away from you) Left rudder Right rudder Up-aileron Down-aileron 25 mm 22 mm 25 mm 25 mm 22 mm 12 mm

to set the exact stated travels using your transmitters adjustment facilities, thats no problem. If the discrepancy is relatively great, you will need to re-connect the linkage using a different hole at the horn or servo output arm. If you intend to fly the model as a trainer, we recommend that you reduce the control surface travels to about 50 - 60% of the stated values. 26. Gilding the lily - applying the decals The kit is supplied with a multi-colour decal sheet 2. Cut out the individual name placards and emblems and apply them to the model in the position shown in the kit box illustration, or in an arrangement which you find pleasing. The decals cannot be re-positioned once applied, so place them carefully! 27. Setting the Centre of Gravity Like any other aircraft, the FunCub must be balanced at a particular point in order to achieve stable flying characteristics. Assemble your model ready to fly, and install the flight battery.
The Centre of Gravity (CG) should be at a position 80 mm aft of the root leading edge, i.e. at the fuselage sides. Mark this point on both sides of the fuselage. Support the model at this position on two fingertips, and it should balance level. If not, you can move the flight battery forward or aft to correct the balance point. Once the correct position is found, mark the location of the flight pack inside the model to ensure that it is always replaced in the same position. The CG location is not critical - 10 mm forward or aft of the stated position presents no problems. Fig. 31 28. Preparations for the first flight Please wait for a day with as little breeze as possible for the models initial test-flight. The evening hours are often ideal for calm conditions. Be sure to carry out a range check before the first flight, using the procedure described in your RC system instructions. If you encounter a problem, please dont risk a flight. Send the whole system (including battery, switch harness and servos) to the Service Department of your RC system manufacturer and ask them to check it. The first flight. The FunCub should always be launched exactly into any wind. If you are a beginner to model flying we strongly recommend that you ask an experienced model pilot to help you for the first few flights. 29. Taking off from a hard strip If you have access to a hard landing strip, a ground take-off is always the safest option. Once the model is test-flown you will be able to take off and land from rough grass, i.e. without a mown strip - and precisely that is the charm of this model. 30. Hand-launching Please dont try unpowered test-glides with this model - the result is invariably a damaged airframe. The FunCub should be hand-launched with the motor running at half-throttle, and always pointing directly into wind. Ask an experienced modeller to hand-launch your aircraft for you. The launcher should run forward for two or three paces, then

The travels should always be measured at the widest part of the control surface. The control surface throws are not critical, and if you are unable
give the machine a powerful straight launch, with the wings and fuselage level. Use the controls to hold the model in a steady, gentle climb - remember to keep the rate of ascent shallow and the airspeed high! Allow the aeroplane to climb to a safe height, then adjust the trims on the transmitter until it flies in a perfectly straight line hands off. While the model is still at a safe altitude, throttle back and try out the controls on the glide. Carry out a dry run landing approach at a safe height so that you are prepared for the real landing when the battery runs flat. Dont try any tight turns at first, and especially not on the landing approach at low altitude. It is always better to land safely at some distance from you, than to force the model back to your feet and risk a heavy landing. 31. Safety 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 MULTIPLEX main catalogue, as our products are designed and
manufactured exclusively by practising modellers for other practising modellers. Always fly with a responsible attitude. You may think that flying low over other peoples 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. We - the MULTIPLEX team - hope you have many hours of pleasure building and flying your new model.
MULTIPLEX Modellsport GmbH & Co. KG Product development and maintenance

Klaus Michler

Parts List - FunCub Part No. 71 No. off 2 Description Material Dimensions
Building instructions Decal sheet L.H. fuselage shell R.H. fuselage shell Canopy L.H. wing panel R.H. wing panel Tailplane Fin Main undercarriage unit Lightweight wheel

Moulded Elapor foam Moulded Elapor foam Moulded Elapor foam Moulded Elapor foam Moulded Elapor foam Moulded Elapor foam Moulded Elapor foam Spring steel, 2.5 Plastic, EPP
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Small parts set, motor mount Velcro tape, hook Velcro tape, loop Latch catch Latch tongue Glue-fitting horn Swivel pushrod connector Washer Nut Socket-head grubscrew Allen key Front spar joiner, deep Rear spar joiner, shallow Screw Wing spreader plate A Wing spreader plate B Glue-fitting horn, tailskid Glue-fitting tailwheel bracket Motor mount Motor bulkhead Motor bulkhead adjustment screw Motor bulkhead mounting screw Twin control surface horn Twin horn bracket Pivot barrel Glue-fitting horn, landing flaps Pre-formed aileron pushrod (Z-bend) Pre-formed flap pushrod (Z-bend) Aero-tow mechanism Aero-tow release pushrod (Z-bend) Wire and rod set Front tubular spar Rear tubular spar Elevator pushrod (Z-bend) Rudder pushrod (Z-bend) Elevator snake outer sleeve Rudder snake outer sleeve Elevator snake inner sleeve Rudder snake inner sleeve Undercarriage set Collet Socket-head grubscrew Undercarriage bracket Screw Tailwheel unit Lightweight tailwheel Tailwheel retainer (tubular rivet)
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In the air, its unique combination of full 5-channel control with expansive flaps and oversized lightweight wheels ensures simple, shameless fun. Beginners will love its manageable, slow flying characteristics and experienced pilots will enjoy its ability to perform spectacular aerobatic maneuvers. Optional accessory floats turn this already versatile model into an attractive amphibian. Join the FUN CLUB today with the spirited Fun Cub! Needed to Complete - 4+ Channel Transmitter and Receiver - Motor - Speed Controller - Prop and Driver - Battery Pack and Compatible Charger - Servos



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