-ANNOUNCEMENT-Ready2Fly Worldwide Exclusive!VENOM de Havilland Swiss Edition
Remember last year about a top secret thread that got lost?
Well here it is..
A Top Secret Project from our Hobby Shop: Ready2Fly here in Switzerland.
This is an worldwide exclusiv Jet with "non" Standard Electronics you find in your "normal" Jet's these days.
I am very happy to announce as a Ready2Fly Official Spokesperson of this very new Release!
Let's get started with the Technical Details!
-Reliable EPO Construction with Carbon Reinforcements, painted and of course fit with high quality Decals.
-90mm EDF for 22,2V (6S) with100A ESC
-Electric Retract System made out of CNC Machined Metal with Suspension and with delayed closing/opening door
-Integrated Flaps and LED Light System
-Scale Cockpit with Pilot
-Almost Ready 2 Fly with 8 Servos.
Release Date: June 2011!
There will be a few changes made on the Airframe till then. So expect a few Changes going down the road!
Worldwide First Video!
Here the First Pics!!!!
More Details will of course follow as the time progresses.
I will officially sponsored and supported by Ready2Fly Switzerland, so if you have any Questions, let me know here.
I hope to get my hands on a sample soon to test it out myself
What do you think?
Do you like it??You hate it?
Keep this Thread clean please of any Attacks and other Advertisments of any other Products. This Thread is only about this Aircraft.
More is in the Pipeline for you guys, so hang in there..this is year is going to be a fast ride! Both Historical and Modern!
Best Regards and Fly Save.
Sponsored by Ready2Fly CH
I saw this earlier today when the video popped up on my YouTube subscriptions list. Looks fantastic. I've been off of EDF lately and on prop warbirds but this one has me thinking again. Just yesterday I saw pics of a Venom in a nice looking cammo paint scheme. Hmmm....
Nice looking model except the nozzle is way too big. The early jets were underpowered and had small engines. This one should have a 70mm fan in it and a more scale nozzle area. They do fly nicely and it's a lot closer to scale flying. You actually have to fly the plane with some thought about energy management.
Tongue in cheek, why don't you add an optional 8 second throttle acceleration response and you'd have a pretty good scale model.
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