New Krill 330LX

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New Krill 330LX

Postby Craig on Tue May 13, 2014 6:49 pm

well this new machine is nearly ready for release.

Its an IMAC/Pattern dedicated machine. Gernot has been developing this one for a few months now. I personally think its beautiful. The wings are different from the 330sc version along with the fuzz, stabs and rudder. Its got some influence from the older TOC planes in terms of the size of the surfaces and designed to run less servos. Ive been told that the prototype in the pics comes in at 17kg rtf which is lighter than the 330sc 3D version. Iam not sure of the engine that was used? either the MVVS175 or 190quad was used. I will find out..

Once I know the release date and further info, I will update you all….
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby Craig on Tue May 13, 2014 8:40 pm

some more pics…..the motor used is the new mvvs 152np.
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New Krill 330LX

Postby Sam on Tue May 13, 2014 9:24 pm

Looks gorgeous !
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby Big Si on Tue May 13, 2014 10:08 pm

That's more like the older shape
really do like that very much
that looks right :D
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby free-d-er on Thu May 15, 2014 9:09 pm

Seen this at prowing and the avanti. Both looked good in the flesh
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby thomasdavid on Fri May 16, 2014 9:53 am

That looks nice. bit too mid-wing for a 330l but it will fly better for it. What span is it? I'm guessing smaller than the krill 330sc if they are using the 152.
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby ChrisC on Fri May 16, 2014 4:40 pm

Nice indeed, surprised to see his lipos so far back though. Just wish I could make my mind up on what toy I want next! :|
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby Phil67 on Fri May 16, 2014 7:20 pm

Hi Craig you certainly know how to fit a nice rig that looks mint inside and out :clap:
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby Craig on Fri May 16, 2014 10:46 pm

Hi phil

cheers for the comments but I can't take credit for that one.

This extra is built much lighter and is designed to run 2 servos per ail and one per elev and two per rudder. essentially a 100cc setup. the 152 used in this production prototype is a prototype engine with electronic injection. weight it 17KG rtf.
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Re: New Krill 330LX

Postby Craig on Mon Aug 11, 2014 5:48 pm

Finally its available!! get in touch with me if you need anymore info. bellow gives you a good idea what this new machine is all about. should be an awesome IMAC machine!!

price is 3080 euro about £2455 at the current exchange.




The 37% 330LX was designed by KRILL MODEL and by Mr. Gernot Bruckmann . The same like the SC version the new LX looks a near perfect scale model of the popular Extra 330LX by Mr. Walter Extra.
We had with Gernot one major ideas during develop the330LX. We wanted get light airframe and special airplane for precision flying (IMAC, F3M) with not expensive set up (a few servos , enough 150cc also ...etc.). But if you like use 170-200ccm it is ok of course.

Here is some interestion points concerning to LX airframe:
the wings , the rudder , the elevators have central hinged control surfaces
2+2 ileron servo , 1 + 1 elevator servo , 2 rudder servo , 1 trothle servo = need 9 servos only


under motor dome special embossed for better ventilation air from outside the cowl and some more practical tricks
the landing covers (skirts) was integred to the fuselage and on then bottom side used upper cover
the wing and the stab tube of Carbon include
the Clear canopy (light blue effect) glued tu the canopy frame and to be fixed on the fuselage


preinstalled the cowl and the lading gear also
Included in the kit is a tail wheel and two main wheels 120mm
the firewall is set up for 170-190 cc engines. But for an extra charge offer a set up for 4-cylinder engines( see order form)
the firewall with the right trust ready

3 types spinners of spinners are available ( Painted, Carbon or Silver carbon)
the whell pants a the C/F landing gear - very easy assembly !


Is possible use pull/pull or pull/push system. Decision will be by weight of the engine that you will use.


All composite parts include :
all airframe
clear canopy glue to the cabine frame
landing gear
wheel pants
the wing tube of Carbon
the stab joiner tube of Carbon

All hardware include :
2x wheel 120mm
1x tailwheel Extra 41%
wings screws
Rudder tray horn 117mm instaled
Set CNC control horns
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