The Pushycat is an in-expensive, super tough EPO park jet that offers high speed action in an easy build package that uses quality components.
The X75 is a quick & easy build, good photo instructions are included as well as nice quality hardware and most importantly, a powerful brushless outrunner motor, ESC and servo's, one of which is metal gear! This is a great size Grab N Fly model that offers brilliant high speed fun but also has great low speed manners, it is tough, easy to launch and stacks of fun, the quality is excellent and the price silly low, if you want a fast park-jet, you can't go wrong with the X75!
Tough EPO Foam
Fast and Simple Build
Full Photo Manual Booklet Included
Motor/ESC & Servos all Included
Brilliant High Speed Fun Combined with Excellent Low Speed Manners
Spare Prop and Prop Saver O-Rings Included
Metal Gear Elevator Servo Included for Precision & Reliability
Sturdy Plastic Motor Mount
Large Canopy with Front Sliding Mount and Powerful Rear Magnet
Flying Weight: 475g
Wing Area: 11.50dm2
2 x 9g Servo + 1 x 12g MG servo
5x5 prop x 2
40A ESC w/BEC
28-12 Brushless Outrunner 2200kv
Your Own 4 Channel TX/RX
1800mAh 3s Liploy Battery
Kapacita ( mAh )
Hmotnost ( g )
I maidened this plane today, and i was Very happy with it's performance.. Not super fast, but quite airobatic.. Exacly what I was looking for :)
At assembly I wasn't as pleased, as the tail-servo is NOT metal geared. I think HK should change the description.
I did not get a sevond prop eighter, though I wonder how one could break the prop..Very good quality of foam.
Stock motor with stock propeller on 3S
14A, 22200 rpm plane speed about 120km/h.
With zippy compact 3S2200 weights about 500g.
I got this half-wing a few weeks ago. It came with only one prop 4.75x4.75 so one is missing. Motor is orange (I like that color ;-). Elevator servo has NO metal gear and is quite slow (aileron servos are faster). Description is wrong.
I assembled it by improving some details:
-wing/ail servos moved on top, not bottom (to avoid damage on landings);
-rear servo installed inside the elevator;
-rudder holes filled with foam;
-some carbon strips glued on rudder arms and fuselage.
Ready to fly weight is 545-550g depending on battery (2200mAh 3s).
At full speed it consumes 18A (on ground, about 200W power). Motor and batt don't get warm at all. It seems there is a good margin to install a bigger or faster prop (just for reference I tested a GWS 7x3.5 which draws 33A, but it flex too much).
I made 3 flights. I'm like a beginner but it's quite easy to fly (2 axis). Plenty of power, more than enough for me.