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Products Warranty

The warranty duration on our Thrust motors and Quantum Electronic speed controller is 2 years. During the warranty period the defective product may be repaired or exchanged free of charge by Precision Aerobatics according to our discretion. Product Warranty Claims must be delivered with the original product and purchase receipt showing the original date of purchase and the dealer name. A detailed description of the problem must also be provided.

Warranty claimed can be made with the dealer or directly to Precision Aerobatics. Warranty claims will only be accepted with electrical and mechanical components that are original and have no evidence of modification or tempering. Damage from abuse or misuse will void warranty. Broken to bent motor shafts are not covered under warranty.


Precision Aerobatics has no control over the final assembly, the materials and accessories you use when assembling a model airplane kit or the manner in which the assembled model and the installed radio system and electronic parts, are used and maintained. Thus, no liability is assumed or accepted for any damage resulting from the use of the assembled model aircraft or the electronic components, including but not limited to direct, indirect, incidental, special, and consequential damages. In no event shall Precision Aerobatics’ liability exceed the original purchase price of the kit or electronic components purchased.


Radio controlled model aircraft that are not properly assembled, operated and maintained can cause serious damage to body and property. If you are not an experienced pilot and airplane modeller you must use the help of an experienced pilot or preferably an authorized flight instructor who will assist you with the assembly and flying of this model.

Safety Notes

1. Before assembling and flying a radio controlled model read carefully any instructions and warnings of all manufacturers for all the products you installed or used on your model (especially radio equipment and power source).
2. Check thoroughly before every flight that the airplanes components are in good shape and function correctly. If you find a fault do not fly the model until you have corrected it.
3. Radio interference caused by unknown sources can occur at any time without notice. In such a case, your model will be uncontrollable and completely unpredictable. Make sure to perform a range check before every flight. lf you detect a control problem or interference during a flight, immediately land the model to prevent a potential accident
4. Youngsters should only be allowed to assemble and fly these models under the instruction and supervision of an experienced adult.
5. While conducting a bench test, make sure your electric components are safely secured in place.
6. Do not stand in line with, or in front of a spinning propeller and never touch it with any object.