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#1 rcfanfun Aug 11, 2012 04:24 AM

EPO beginner airplane-55mm EDF or pusher prop
In the model show, I saw a great beginner airplane, after checking the video in the youtube, I think this airplane is more suitable for the person who is a little better than new hand.

The advertising post

I bought one, the EPO is quite good and the package is also OK.

When first assembly, I made it a EDF airplane.

Looks very good. the performace ,it is perfect

Next time, I will try the prop power system , see how it works, As I saw in the model show, it is very easy to change EDF into pusher. I want to try it.

I think , i just need to take the EDF cover off and put the pusher cover on it. asseble the prop and motor, then cable connection, it can be a pusher beginner airplane. :D

#2 RWData Aug 11, 2012 06:22 AM

Looks okay, easy introduction to EDF, I suspect performance will be a bit better with pusher-prop config (more thrust likely). It's a similar design platform to other 'beginner' models, it has the usual attributes to minimise running-gear damage. I would say it will serve well as a stepping stone towards more complex models :)

#3 rcfanfun Aug 12, 2012 10:22 PM

I found the video with EDF in the youtube.
ZETA Dolphin Jet 55mm EDF beginner airplane (3 min 58 sec)

It seems that EDF is also very good. As i have the same thought as you that the pusher prop will be better. so now, i am trying to get pusher setup and test it.

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