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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)

  • IC / 2 :エレック Electric
  • 翼幅(ミリメートル) 1100.00
  • Length(mm) 888.00
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Flyer | 確認済みの購入者

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Sep 10, 2021

Plane arrived within 3days well packed had to make mod on front leg wheel locks up when turning other than that flying on rails .

Member of the Society of the Aircraft Demolishers (SAD) | 確認済みの購入者

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Sep 06, 2021

There are few things to watch out for when assembling the Vampire. Make sure to remove the access panel and EDF unit before gluing the wings on. There are two screws on the belly for the access panel. Be sure to sand the mating surfaces of the wing panels and the wing pockets. Check the fit of the wings in the wing pockets before applying any glue. With the access panel and EDF unit out, it’s really easy to see if the wings are fully seated. While you have the EDF unit out, balance the EDF fan blade. My EDF fan was way out of balanced which I didn’t discover until later. I left the access panel and EDF unit in place when I glued on the wings and accidentally glued the EDF and access panel in. After cutting the access panel and EDF unit out, I discovered that I didn’t fully seat the wings in their wing pockets and now have an unflyable aircraft. Please take your time assembling the airplane and don’t make the same mistakes that I made. Good luck!

Cjg | 確認済みの購入者

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Aug 27, 2021

Amazing value EDF super nice looking bird top banana 5*****

Miguel | 確認済みの購入者

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Product received not as advertised

Aug 12, 2021

I ordered a Canadian Vampire 700mm with a 12 blade motor but received a 5 blade motor instead I can't tell if the carbon rods are in the booms either it was advertised as a12 blade but like many of you this what I got and i contacted them and they claim it never came or advertised with a 12 blade motor funny how I found many complaints in their reviews about the problem but they can't, interesting !!!!!!!

Christian | 確認済みの購入者

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Aug 11, 2021

Amazing jet love it

Rick | 確認済みの購入者

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Vampire - Waste of money!

Jul 13, 2021

So disappointed in this plane. Absolute crap. On my first attempt at taking off, the nose landing gear broke out of the fuse while starting my taxi run. Upon closer examination when repairing it, there was only the smallest dot of glue to hold the wooden plate in place within the foam, it was a joke at how little glue there was. This resulted in damage to the gear and foam around the area. After fixing, and on my second attempt to take off, I couldn't control the plane on the ground. That nose wheel and steering arrangement is garbage - so loose. Couldn't maintain a straight line on runway. Finally got it into the air, and the plane was uncontrollable. The CG was set properly as per the instructions, but ended up being way too tail heavy. Using the recommended 4s2200 battery, the flight lasted 2:21 before the battery was completely drained ... 0%. Of course, this resulted in crashing the plane because the motor shut off and this thing isn't a glider. The crash resulted in breaking out a wing and tail boom.
Also lost the canopy in flight because the magnet supplied doesn't provide enough force to secure it in place.
I do NOT recommend this plane. Garbage and a waste of money.

Christian | 確認済みの購入者

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Blood curdling fun .

Jul 05, 2021

Banging edf so much fun to fly and at such a good price.GET ONE OR 2.

Yak 54 | 確認済みの購入者

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Jun 18, 2021

Excellent value and service highly recommended to deal with, Hobbyking are my first stop for all hobby material and kits.

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Jun 14, 2021


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Durafly Vampire

Jun 09, 2021

Overall, I am content with this, my first EDF. Some of the construction is a bit shoddy (particularly the nose gear mount, which I reinforced with carbon fiber rods. More glue was holding in the steering servo than was holding the nose gear assembly, hence, only 3 stars for quality).The carbon rods supposedly in the booms are there, but do not extend to the front them. I would also recommend the use of a receiver which has SAFE programmed into it. My first two flights ended in disaster on takeoff because I was using another receiver. Since switching to one with SAFE I’ve really enjoyed flying this bird. It’s very responsive, almost twitchy at times, which I attribute to the very large ailerons, so I would not recommend this baby to a beginner flyer. It’s stable in winds up to about 7-8mph, but after that it gets a bit jiggy. Overall, I enjoy the plane and lock forward to aerobatics soon.

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