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280mm fiber pipe inserted through the fuselage and main wing
Use of four inner-hexagon screws instead of glue improves main wing set and landing gear installation optimizing strength of structure
Improved main wing set and landing gear installation. This optimizes strength of structure and reduces assembly time
More powerful 64mm 11-blade ducted fan with up to 800 grams of thrust
Five 9g servos
Predator 40A ESC
FMS EPO foam material creates stronger, more impact-resistant planes
Environmentally friendly water-based paint minimizes blistering from sun
Pre-installed, newly designed control horns allows more throw
Needed to Complete
4+ Channel Radio System
LiPo Battery and Charger
What's in the box?
(1) F-35 V2 64mm PNP
(1) User Manual
Inspired by the superior features of the original model, version two (V2) of the FMS F-35 64mm has improved mechanical and structural features that will enhance air performance and decrease assembly time.
A fiber pipe greatly enhances the wing strength for enhanced flying maneuvers. An improved main wing set and landing gear installation optimizes strength of structure and reduces assembly time.
Plus, the latest 64mm ducted fan can achieve more than 800 grams of thrust.
The differences in speeds between the V1 and V2 will be noticeable. If you've got the “need for speed,” accessories such as missiles can be removed to create a faster, more streamlined model.
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Flying M.5.0 star rating
First EDF and I'm hooked!
Review by Flying M. on 29 Sep 2019review stating First EDF and I&#x27;m hooked!
This was my first EDF, but I have been flying RC consistently for 3+ years. It eats through a 2200 3 cell in 3 minutes, but it is a blast to fly! It took me a while to adjust to the faster landing speed of this jet. As soon as I took off for the first time, I trimmed it out, then started making practice approaches. I got the hang of it right before the battery died. When I built it, I set the Y-harnesses aside and used 4 servo extensions so that each control surface had its own channel. The two stabilizers are mixed as elevons, and the ailerons act traditionally most of the time (I have a mix on a switch that lets them contribute to pitch as well to do high speed stalls). The plane gets a little weird when you slow it down too much, so I keep a nice cushion of air below me when I try dumb things. When you assemble the nose gear, use locktight on the screws and make it as long as possible. I built my nose gear a bit short so I have to build a ton of speed before the plane will rotate. This plane has really tiny wings, but it can fly at 50% throttle. Use your timer and be conservative! If your ESC hits low voltage, the plane has barely enough thrust to fly for 10 seconds!
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Review by Folker647 on 31 Jul 2017review stating Fun, but underpowered...
First, the spec sheet says this plane has a rudder, it does not. The rudder channel is for the nose gear only. It comes with an insert sheet to adjust the elevator for 5 degrees up, this is definitely required. The screws for the wing are too short, the front ones need to be longer. The wires for the aileron servos are not the correct length, not hard to adjust, but should come at the right length. I almost lost it on the maiden flight, took a lot of adjustment but managed to trim it out on the first flight. It is fun to fly, does not have enough power for a loop unless you do it after losing a bunch of altitude first to gain some speed. Takeoffs, leave on the runway a long time, needs a long time to get up to speed. If you plan to hand launch, upgrade to 4S.
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White E.3.0 star rating
Not enough time to really test....
Review by White E. on 7 Jul 2017review stating Not enough time to really test....
I received the plane well packaged and in good shape. the build and finish is excellent. My issue was that it crashed on the first flight. I was flying for about two minutes when the motor just sagged and in it went. I checked the battery and the voltage was still at 11.8V so it was not the battery. My guess is that the ESC initiated thermal shut down.
The plane fly well while it lasted. It's really quiet, not your typical screaming EDF. In fact, it's almost too quiet. Be sure to put plenty of up elevator, as per the manual. Also, I discovered, after the crash, there is a big chunk of metal in the front, I guess for CG. I'd recommend removing this and using a bigger battery. One last thing, this plane does not crash well. Almost every piece of foam was damaged. HH had my back though and gave me a discount on a new one.
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Flyingdead1.0 star rating
Accident in waiting
Review by Flyingdead on 17 Jul 2019review stating Accident in waiting
I bought and built the jet. It was extremely nose heavy. I balanced it( I thought) but it required 7 1/2 ounces. She was heavy Took her out to try her. She ran down the runway at full throttle bit would not rotate. After 3 tries she leaped into the air, stalled out, and crashed. Hope you have better luck then me
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