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Flyboone 02-21-2009 10:23 PM

F/A-18 Tiger Jet
 
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JPG005A F/A-18 Tiger Scheme RTF Jet
JPG005B F/A-18 Tiger Scheme ARF Jet


23-7/8" wingspan, 34-3/4" long, 170 sq. in. wing area, 22 oz. flying weight. Jet is constructed from tough EPO foam and totally pre-decorated. The fan with outrunner brushless motor is installed and pre-wired to the brushless 30 amp speed control. Assembly takes only about an hour, photo illustrated instructions included. The servos are installed for you; all you need to do is connect the pre-bent pushrods to the servo arms and the control horns. The jet includes 5 servos: 2 for ailerons, 2 for elevators and 1 for nose wheel steering. The main landing gear snaps into place and the nose wheel is held with a setscrew. Jet can be flown either with or without landing gear; conversion takes only seconds. Whether you take off from the ground or hand launch the F-18, the flight character of the jet is exceptional. The smooth running outrunner motor provides powerful thrust for exciting flying. This jet is quick and has excellent flying manners, it's smooth and predictable with a broad speed range. Jet includes a 3-cell 1300 mAh lipo battery and a balance lipo charger. Flight times exceed 5 minutes.

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son of alpea42 10-05-2009 06:44 AM

I have one that flies great on a $13 motor and a 1500mah 3 cell battery that I hand launch.I love this jet and would recomend it for a second edf because it is small and fast wich makes it so that you know how to throtle it.It is very stable and it is easy to recover from a stall.


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