|Aug 24, 2011, 08:01 PM|
Joined Nov 2009
Could an EDF be converted?
My dream is to have a Turbine jet.I keep cringing looking at Jet kit prices, even the smaller, not so attractive ones are expensive!
If I were to get a Composite EDF kit and reinforce it with more fiberglass, would the jet survive? Of course I'd get good electronics and such..
I worked out some math and a Kingtech K80E would be a possibility if I save for a few months. I'm not expecting this to be a 1 or 2 month project, I know it would take time and that is part of the satisfaction.
All input is GREATLY appreciated.
PS. I'm thinking a 100mm+ kit
|Aug 24, 2011, 08:10 PM|
Cheapest but very good quality entry level jet on the market. http://www.troybuiltmodels.com/items/MBATORNADO.html
you can buy the combo and save a ton! Comes with gear and can take a Kingtech 80
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