Legacy Aviation 120" Bushmaster V2
Extreme Flight is pleased to announce the release of the v2 Legacy Aviation 120" 70cc Bushmaster! Featuring an updated interior with our state-of-the-art composite laminated construction and quick release wing, stab, hatch and forward windscreen for easier access to the tank/battery compartment. The v2 Bushmaster has inherited the Red/White/Black and Blue/White/Cub Yellow Legacy Air Charter color schemes from the 140" Bushmaster which are 2 of the most striking and visible color schemes to date. The Bushmaster series of aircraft are among the most popular aircraft we've ever produced and will certainly sell out fast, so get yours today!
The brainchild of Cody Wojcik, this design builds on the legacy of the original 84" and 65" versions which have become must have additions to the hangars of RC enthusiasts around the globe. Renowned for its ability to be both a "relaxing but never boring" sport model as well as a fully capable bush style aerobat, the Bushmaster design has won legions of fans who simply want a great flying model with a unique appearance and style. Now Legacy Aviation delivers the next step in this series aimed at the giant scale enthusiast, the 120" Bushmaster! Designed around the Xpwr 60 brushless outrunner and the DA-70 twin cylinder gas engine, the Bushmaster delivers about as much fun as can be had with an RC aircraft with either choice of power plant. We've recently been flying our DA-70 powered version with a 2 into 1 header and single canister muffler setup which delivers quiet consistent power and long flight times. Of course the Xpwr 60 version with a 12S 5000+ mah battery setup provides excellent power and is clean and quiet. Whichever power system you choose, you are certain to have a most fulfilling flying experience!
Tim Hanstine flies the Xpwr 60cc powered 120" Turbo Bushmaster.
For reference, setting up aileron and flap mixes on various radios:
Team pilot Chris Jewett explains setting up the Legacy Aviation on a Spektrum radio
Team pilot Noll Smith explains setting up the Legacy Aviation 84" Turbo Bushmaster on the Jeti radioNoll's Jeti model file for the 84" Turbo Bushmaster.Alternate link to Bushmaster file for Jeti.
Wingspan: 120.5 inches
Length: 94 inches (including EF 4 inch spinner)
Wing Area: 1800 sq. in.
Weight: 24 - 26 lbs.
Gas Power System
50-70cc gas engine
Desert Aircraft DA 70cc with with 2-into-1 header and MTW 110 rear exhaust canister recommended
FlowMaster 24 or 34 oz. fuel tank
EF blue fuel line
EF fuel dot
Electric Power System
Xpwr 60cc Brushless Outrunner motor
Blazing Star XXL Standoff Set
Castle Creations HV160 electronic speed control
12S 5000+ mAh batteries
24x10 or 24x12 Xoar beechwood electric prop or 26x8 Falcon carbon fiber prop
EF 4 inch spinner, carbon fiber for gas or electric, or EF Elite for electric
Modern 7 channel computer radio
Qty. 7 high torque metal gear servos for control surfaces (MKS HV1220, HV777A+, HBL599 or HBL 380)
Qty. 1 high speed servo for throttle (MKS 1250)
Qty. 1 high torque metal gear mini servo for tailwheel steering (MKS 9767, Hitec 5245 or 7245)
Qty. 5 Extreme Flight Servo Arms - 2" single tapped for M3 (aileron, flaps, rudder)
Qty. 2 Extreme Flight Servo Arms - 2" single tapped for M3 (elevators)
Qty. 1 Extreme Flight Lightweight Servo Arm - 1.25" single for tailwheel steering
Qty. 2 EF MPX 2-wire plug for quick aileron and flap connection
Qty. 2 EF 6 inch 20 awg for Flaps
Qty. 2 EF 24 inch 20 awg for Ailerons
Qty. 1 EF 24 inch 20 awg for Throttle or ESC
Qty. 3 EF 36 inch 20 awg for Elevators, tailwheel servo
Qty. 1 EF 48 inch 20 awg for Rudder
EF Socket Head Servo Screws
EF Anodized Washer set
EF Servo Extension Locks
EF 2 meter Velcro strap
Ships in 1 Big Box
87.8"x22.5"x20.5" @ 46lbs