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Durafly D.H.100 Vampire (PNF) "Canadian Edition" 70mm EDF Jet 1100mm

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Durafly D.H.100 Vampire (PNF) "Canadian Edition" 70mm EDF Jet 1100mm


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Durafly has released another fantastic version of their popular EDF RC jet to date, the fantastic D.H.100 Vampire Mk6. We added some new improvements and finished with a striking new scheme. This version of the Durafly Vampire is finished in the scheme of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) colors. This scheme was selected for its history and for orientation when flying. The RCAF obtained their Vampires in late 1948 and they were an instant hit with the RCAF aircrew and pilots. Being their Air Force's first-ever jet fighter, the Vampire had an outstanding performance and graceful lines just like the Durafly RC electronic ducted fan version.

Although the initial version of the Vampire was a very stable flier Durafly has tightened up the tail booms and elevator with carbon fiber support to give even better control. With the change to the RCAF colors, the silver scheme has been “dulled” to give a more realistic color and the plane also has a smoother finish with cleaner panel lines. Under the hatch, the Vampire has been updated with an AeroStar 60A ESC with a built-in BEC (rather than the separate ESC and BEC) and an upgraded 2836 3300KV brushless motor to provide more performance and efficiency. 

The Durafly Vampire is made from tough EPO foam and is superbly finished with waterslide decals. As well as looking the part, it is easy to assemble as a Plug N Fly model. The EDF unit, ESC, and servos are all pre-installed. The Vampire is pre-fitted with superb, scale-slow metal trunnion servo-less retracts. They have a very positive lock which combined with the beefy struts and large rubber wheels make this jet perfect for almost any field.

Jets are about performance and the Durafly Vampire "Canadian Edition" will not disappoint. It has excellent speed and climb rate, when you combine this performance with the real presence of this model (not to mention the uncanny scale-like sound) the end result is one of the most realistic jets in this class. Where the Vampire differs from other scale jets is its wide flight envelope, fast flybys, big loops, aerobatics, and slow stall speed combine to give you a very forgiving model that is great to fly fast just like the original 1950s first-generation jet warbird. 

Fast, stable, reliable, easy to fly, and with a presence in spades, the Durafly D.H 100 Vampire "Canadain Edition" will stand out at any airfield and is ideal for aspiring jet jockeys. A must for any jet fan!


• Carbon fiber in booms and elevator
• Smoother finish with clearer panel lines
• Updated 60A ESC with integrated BEC
• Updated 2836 3300KV motor
• A more realistic “duller” silver paint job


Wingspan: 1100mm
Length: 888mm
Flying Weight: 1050g
EDF: 70mm with 2836 3000KV Brushless Outrunner Motor
Servo: 9g x 4
Retracts: Servoless Electronic


All hardware
Pilot Figure


Your own 5~6 Channel TX/RX
1 x 2200mAh~3300mAh 4S LiPo (30c Min)

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  • Wingspan(mm) 1100.00
  • Length(mm) 888.00
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Pilotoloco | Verified Buyer

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May 16, 2021

Great value, solid construction. GREAT flyer !!!!

Rhys | Verified Buyer

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Fun little plane

May 14, 2021

Internal fan was kinda loud, I ended up swapping it out with a higher blade count I had on the bench. and it is much happier with the CG moved way forward from where it is in the book

vamp | Verified Buyer

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way to long

May 07, 2021

it took way to long to get my order (40 days) and the air plane banged up and missing some parts,but I figured out how to get the plane done and flying,i didn't tell hobbyking anything becuz it would of taking way to long,the is a little over priced, i don't think ill buy anything else from hobbyking sorry

Dietmar | Verified Buyer

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Good plane, easy to fly as a first jet experience

Apr 23, 2021

If you are perfect in landings on the right surface, it is all good. The undercarriage is not designed for hard touch downs, it will bend and then it's hard to correct that. Front wheel steering set up is a joke, I have replaced it with a fixed wheel right after the first flight. Of course then you can't taxi it much on the ground, just walk and pick it up ;-) Anyway, overall not bad but you get what you pay for....

Crash | Verified Buyer

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Mar 24, 2021

poor fitting, low quality finish (alligator skin). Wing stalled after take off, totaled.

Larry | Verified Buyer

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Not bad for my Firdst EDF

Feb 08, 2021

I have had this EDF for about 8 month at the time of writing.
I've never been impressed by Durafly in the past but this seem like a good idea for my first EDF. relatively inexpensive, simple, easy to repair.
I reinforced the Tail booms at the wing with some Carbon fiber based on past reviews of them snapping off. I have not experienced and issues there.My main complaint is the nose wheel retracts and steering. The push/pull wires for the nose wheel steering were loose from the factory and that caused the ground handling to be very sloppy.Neutral on the nose wheel would never stay the same so sometimes it would veer left sometimes Right.
Once I tighten the Push/pull wires it handled much better on the ground.
in the air I found that you needed to make sure the Battery was ALL the way forward or it would be tail heavy and almost uncontrollable.
A 3000 4S battery helped there plus the addition of 1/4 oz of nose weight. With those changes it flies great, but Rudders would be a nice addition. Someday I'll get around to adding that. Landing was a bit of a challenge The jet just wants to glide forever so just gently push the nose down, flaring just before the wheels touch. landing on the mains first is a must. I get about a 4 minute flight with a 4S 3000 with about 25% remaining in the battery.
The Vampire does really look in the air. Low passes are really impressive.
Not super fast but just right for those of us trying to make the transition from Prop to EDF. In the 8 or so months I've had mine it has suffered it share of mishaps mainly on the nose which has broken off a couple of times and is now reinforced with tooth- picks. The booms, tail assembly and wing have held up fine. crashes caused by EDF pilot inexperience not poor craftsman ship.
Not a bad value for an intermediate flier who is not afraid to experiment and dink with the model.
I do enjoy flying mine. I get a lot of good comments at the field when flying the Vampire.

Jim | Verified Buyer

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Great jet

Feb 08, 2021

Good quality

Captain Vieri | Verified Buyer

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Durafly DH100 Vampire PNF Canadian edition

Jan 22, 2021

In the yestarday review I did forget to add that I did use the flaperon system in order to be ablme to use the ailerons as flaps also.
It is a good improvement.

Captan Vieri | Verified Buyer

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Poor landing gear arrangement

Jan 22, 2021

The power is now there, the pilot is too small but I did rearrange the cockpit interior and chnged the pilot. The landing ger is a disaster. I did insert crbon pins in the foreward leg, changed the wooden base and increased the size of screws. I did arrage a fore folding protection for the retracted gear. For the main struts I did insert two carbon 3mm pins in each , reinforced the landing legs base and protect the same with additional composite wood . Anyway the belly of the plane is protected with a self adhesive plastic sheen and I land on the belly to avoid damaginf the landing gear which has not shock absorbing system. Using a 2800 mAh 4S the plane is very responsive. In order to have more rudder authority I did arrange a single servo which is controlling both rudders. To keep the CG in the right place I did add 10 grams of ballast in the nose. The Canadian editon is a big imptovement on the original poor performance of the original Vampire which could take off only on paved tarmac of at least 75 meters of length. I like the plane and it is easy to fly, unbelievable soaring with almost no motor power applied capacity.
Best regards

Bon modèle | Verified Buyer

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conforme à la description

Jan 20, 2021

Bon ensemble.Une fois le centrage avancé de 5 à 10mm par rapport à celui préconisé, l'avion vole bien et est très stable. Attention à limiter les ailerons car il y est très sensible comme tous les jets. La peinture est fragile et sensible à la cyano. Le train avant doit être consolidé car il ne supporte pas l'arrivé sur l'herbe.

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