ウイングロード：60グラム/ dm 2で
エレボンミキシングと4〜6チャンネルTX / RX
40〜60A ESC BEC /ワット
Cheap. Well designed and easy to build. Instructions aren't great, but there are some nice vids on YT.
CoG is 120mm.Good quality mouldings and the kit goes together really well. I installed the 70mm fan and 2836-2700 motor from my crashed Durafly Vampire. Don't use the undercarrieage as it makes the plane very tail heavy and draggy, needed max throttle just to stay airborne, and the noseleg buckled on the gentlest of approaches.
Taking the u/c off made a massive improvement. Happily cruise along at half throttle on a 4s 2200 lipo. Very easy to hand-lauch too. A good model for fun-flying.My F22 in Orange Tiger Stripe for visibility
A very fun, light EDF with great high end speed and good low end (high alpha) characteristics. You can hover it in a good wind.
As an answer to the tail servo reversing: You don't need a reverser if you want to just put a Y cable on the left rudder/left aileron and another Y on the right rudder/right aileron. Makes a taileron kinda config but it flies very well with this setup.
My nose gear cage was waaaayyyy too big. That is the reason for the 3 crown rating on quality. Would have required major surgery. So I took off the gear and hot glued velcro straps into the hole the cage left. It holds 4s or 5s batteries but 5S makes it scream. CG was almost automatic with a 5S 2200 or a 4S 3000. With 5s and a 70 mm 3000 kv, it is as fast as a Dynam Meteor but has wonderful low speed ability. Belly landings are simple and non-traumatic. Bring it in slow and flare at the last second.
If you do the Y cable bit, set elevons as the airplane type, you can have it running in an evening or two. Very simple construction but the material seems sturdy (much sturdier than the LX F-22 material).Wow. Always wanted to fly an F-22. If you are thinking of flying and easy edf? This is one. I put it together in one night. Was fairly simple. I made some mods for the battery and a hatch. The think flys great. It could be a step up for someone from any plane. No bad tendencies. I put a 3000kv outrunner that HK sells. And flew on a 4s pack. No trimming was needed. I love this plane and will get a bigger F-22 when I have the money. For now. I can toss this in the car, get a few flights in. And it makes my day. I own a lot of EDFs and this is the easiest, most predictable one I have. I highly recommend it to any flyer!!!with 70mm lightweight alloy 4000KV, 4s 2200-25/50C nanotech, 960watt,65A, turnigy AE-80A ESC 1,2kg thrust, 950gr total weight this thing screams like jet, accelerates like a rocket. nice flyBought my second Jet Fighter and they just fly as good as it looks. Start it with wheels on grass. No problem. Or hold in wingtip and swing it up in the air. Flies even better without wheels. starmax quality. Use Turnigy L2855-2800 motor. Great value for the buck. Easy to fly,easy to land.I received my F-22 today and was amazed by the quality. Very well packaged with literally no hangar rash. All the parts fit together perfectly. The finish on the plane is also very nice. Not just a flat gray, it has a nice metallic finish like the real f-22. I plan on adding a metal 70mm edf and converting it to have thrust vectoring and rudder control. One of the best EDF jets I have seen at such a low price. Can't wait to get it in the air!!!Love this model. Installed a WeTech fan with Het 2W18 motor. Delivers 1,3kgs of thrust. 4S Nanotech.
Considering the price you get lots of value for the "bucks". Can highly recommend the F-22 Raptor.
/Petenice pack.good epo.................
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