Just now in stock! The Freestyler 6 is a versatile F3F or F3B competitor! It's a sailplane with fantastic straightaway speed and awesome "snap-flap" turning ability. Our FS-6s include all the add ons: wing bags, ballast, wiring harness and LDS for MKS 6130!
Available in 3 variants: Carbon, Double Carbon and Competition!
From the manufacturer: After a long development phase, we present the Freestyler 6, a model that incorporates current developments in classes F3B and F3F with a completely new surface design by Andreas Herrig.
We remain true to our tradition of sensible fleet maintenance, backed up by diverse experience from top international pilots. The significantly thinner profile of the "6" required a revision of our TUD-LDS system. It also holds true that all freestyler parts from FS 3 to FS 6 remain compatible with each other, so that there is no limit to the pleasing combination of all parts by creative pilots and economic handling is also supported, including "old" parts. An asset that is valued by many of our customers.
Of course, the new electric fuselage can also be used on the 6 series.
NOTE: Our FS-6s include all the add ons: Wing bags, ballast, wiring harness and LDS for MKS 6130!
Freestyler 6 Carbon is the standard F3F/F3B layup
Freestyler 6 Double Carbon is stronger and heavier for slope racing F3F
Freestyler 6 Competition is a lighter, high-end F3B version
The undoubted flagship of the F3B and F3F classes is the Freestyler family. Having been on the market for many years already, the dominance of these models remains undisputed. Advancements in the areas of wing and fuselage layup with the help of introduction of new materials, elimination of wing linkage play and stiffer rudder linkage, as well as adjusted setups show that this latest version, Freestyler 6, is ready for the trophy stand!
The Freestyler 6 is mainly targeted at F3F flying. It starts to excel over the Freestyler 3. 4, and 5 in the sub-40 range, increasingly gaining advantage the faster the times get. This is not only enabled by lower straightaway drag, but also improved turn performance at those speeds. A much easier snap-flap setup allows the intermediate pilot to extract higher performance more efficiently. Also the free-time pilot, not bound to a 30-second time limit after launch, will enjoy the higher top speeds after a climb.
Video by Angus Lee