Team Associated RC8.2 – Build Report – Bag H – Wing Assembly


The Team Associated RC8.2 comes with a totally new wing mount. The wing holds in place by two screws instead of the four screws used in the previous kits. The new wing mount uses fewer parts and makes wing removal much easier. The kit includes a black JConcepts Illuzion wing.

Team Associated RC8.2 – Build Report – Bag H – Wing Assembly Articles

The wing installation is a child play and I have noted no particular problem with its installation.

The next step is to install the rear end to the chassis. There are only two things to remember for this step. The first one is to apply a light coat of black grease to the chassis where the gearbox’s gasket goes to make it holds in place during assembly. The next thing to remember is to make sure that the rear brace is perfectly slotted into the chassis before tightening the brace to the chassis.

Team Associated RC8.2 – Build Report – Bag H – Wing Assembly Articles

You should not spend a lot of time with the assembling of the Bag H. All steps are clearly explained in the instructions manual.

 

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The Team Associated RC8.2 comes with a totally new wing mount. The wing holds in place by two screws instead of the four screws used in the previous kits. The new wing mount uses fewer parts and makes wing removal much easier. The kit includes a black JConcepts Illuzion wing.

The wing installation is a child play and I have noted no particular problem with its installation.

The next step is to install the rear end to the chassis. There are only two things to remember for this step. The first one is to apply a light coat of black grease to the chassis where the gearbox’s gasket goes to make it holds in place during assembly. The next thing to remember is to make sure that the rear brace is perfectly slotted into the chassis before tightening the brace to the chassis.

You should not spend a lot of time with the assembling of the Bag H. All steps are clearly explained in the instructions manual.

 

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