There is plenty of rad in the RadJet-800! With its amazing price, EPO foam and with great performance, this brilliant model has no trouble earning the RadJet moniker.
The Radjet 800 has been tested and flown to within an inch of its life and it performed flawlessly, not only in terms of light performance but also reliability and believe me, we tried hard to kill the test version! It has several impressively simple and practical features such as the plastic skid on the length of the underside of the fuselage that will protect your Radjet from the usual tears and gouges, servo arm protectors on the wings, effective cooling for the ESC & Lipoly and so on.....and its how much?
But, it doesnt stop there, oh no! Whats it like to fly? Utterly brilliant! The light flying weight means that the outrunner motor gives tons of performance, the Radjet will pull massive loops and is capable of some pretty precise aerobatics, its quick, no doubt about it but throttle back and it becomes a total pussycat, fly it like you stole it or glide around, either way its a hoot! So to sum up, it looks great, its easy to assemble, flies brilliantly, is reliable, fast and cheap....Radjet? You better believe it!
Flying Weight: 400g
Wing Area: 13.85dm2
Wing Loading: 28.9g/dm2
Motor: 1850kv Brushless Outrunner
4 Channel TX/RX with elevon mixing
1300mAh 3s Lipoly
ESC 20A w/BEC
Servo 9g x 2
My Radjet is about 2 years old now, has had numerous hard hits for one reason or another, has been glued and reglued. Still have the original prop on it! All stock still (ARTR version with servos and esc). Motor screws came undone at some point and had to cut it open to fix. Don't stall it though, falls out of the sky and is hard to recover. Definitely recommended, just keep it moving. Many many screaming/cruising flights under its belt. Time to build a freshie.Well, these are amazing! the most fun that can be had for ~ £36!! a few of us have them up the club, and fly formation with them! no need to worry about mid airs! As they easily glue back together, don't bother trying to customise/reinforce them, keep them light and keep it stock. If the stock setup is too slow for you then you're probably not flying low enough! I thoroughly recommend them for anyone who wants to have FUN!!!!!!This has to be the easiest plane to hand launch unless there is something wrong with you!!!!I have flown this one for about six months. It goes very fast but is stable even in quite high winds. I bounced it off the deck fairly early on and bent the nose and so stiffened it with some balsa - used a 1000mah battery after this as it was lighter - but still flew well but only for about 4 minutes a time. I have crashed it a couple of times and it still flies again with a spot of cyano. A lot of fun for not much money.It is a nice jet in stock setup, not really fast, but with the 2826 2200kV and 3S 1800mAh ist goes vertically and I have a lot of fun with it.
I never had any problems with the start by hand, 2/3 gas is enough. But don't let it become too slow in the air; when it comes into twisting it often crashed in the ground because the prop pushes and forces the plane to twist even faster - fortunatly it is very easy to glue the front, because the motor is save in the back :-)
When you want to get the radjet faster have a look at the many postings in some discussions groups.I've never wrote any review but after dislocating my shoulder trying to hand launch this I chose to warn everyone about it. I'm flying rc planes since my 20s and I never experienced any plane that hard to launch than this Radjet. The plane is nice, a bit fast and you can get whatever kit setup you want on it cutting some foam areas inside the fuselage.
3 things are bad about this plane:
1) When it flies it tends to swing left right like something is moving inside the canopy. Trust me. There is no room for anything to move inside if you have a 2200mah battery and a 60A esc.
2) Secondly, the speed is not enough. With my setup I got 155klm/h and 12 mins flight time when I can catch easily 200klm with one of my ME-163s.
3) And finally, the worst thing about it is the hand launch gaps under the plane. I didn't believe the reviews stating that it's very hard and I bought it. I crashed 2 times until finally learned how to take off. At my forth hand launch I had the accident I say above and I had to rush today at the hospital. When I got back I just threw the plane in the trash cause it's just cursed. Believe me... 2 months physiotherapy starting from today :-) .
With this plane you need either a launch pad with PVCs, a Mithril armor so that you don't cut your arm with the propeller or a baseball pitcher to hand launch the plane for you.Great plane fly's brilliantly , but the foam is really really soft and the nose and wing ends are very venerable ........Nice little foamy that performs well. Running on 1300 3S Nano with 30amp mystery ESC and HXT900 servos, with standard prop and motor. Found that the CG is roughly 290mm back from the nose as stated on other forums. Battery slides in nicely and sits hard up against the foam rest with no cutting required. Cut a few extra slots for added cooling
Propeller got my hand on second launching so be extremely careful. Also watch orientation at various angles as the Radjet attitude can be deceiving
So good I bought a second on the Valentine salePrice has risen by 22% in less than a week.....is inflation that bad?I just love this, even on the stock set up it fly`s great. I have one more left under the bench as a spare. Best to get one whilst you can.
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