|Oct 30, 2006, 07:46 PM|
GWS 262 EDF Jet
The test shot Me262 with fully equipped weight 816g ( white un-panited as test flown, with 3S2P GWS1300mAh Li-Po pack ), so may be 850g after painted.
EDF64 with GWS BL 3900KV motor. Current rating 26A, got 630g thrust at 27500RPM. After 3 minites, the thrust drop down to 550g.
When tested GWS Me262 in lab with power supply:
7.4V 12.1A 269g 3.004g/W
11.1V 21.6A 556g 2.31g/W
14.8V 31.8A 830g 1.76g/W
If you cut EDF blades to be 3, less current at 14.8V only 27A, yet you get 753g. 1.884g/W!
|Oct 30, 2006, 11:48 PM|
We'll be seeing a clearance sale on the overpriced Lee ME262 soon.
(no offense to Lee owners)
|Oct 31, 2006, 03:20 AM|
GWS262 will be priced similar to GWS A10.
Although looks much bigger than his little brother.
Yet, a SG ( Slope Glider version ) will be also offered for those who no need electric powered at very affrodable price.
|Oct 31, 2006, 08:55 AM|
New Product - ****GWS-262: Turbo Rocks the Sky!!****
After GWS-38, we will soon have a new RC airplane kit for flyers: GWS-262 airplane kit. This would be in similar size like Formosa II or GWS-38.
GWS-262 is another jet fighter that GWS adds on to our product line. This “Turbo”, with an advanced aerodynamic design, can fly much faster than conventional airplanes. GWS-262 with Twin EDF-64 ducted fan to ensure you to feel the thrill and rock the sky. Please see the video from the link below. The GWS-262 in the video is powered by GWS Inrunner Brushless Motor BLM005A.
( Helped by Steve. Thanks)
GWS-262, with the twin EDF-64 mounting under the wing, ensure you have no doubt about it’s flying capability. Definitely this will be your best choice when you see the reasonable price we offer to you. It is a very special unique product in RC market. You can not and should me miss it now.
GWAEO024-------GWS-262 EDF64-300H White
GWAEO024A------GWS-262 NPS White
l Unique Product in RC
l Superior Flying Machine
l Remarkable Classic Style
l Attractive Scale Appearance
l Tricycle Shock Absorbing Landing Gear
l Power System: NPS/EDF64-300H
l Steerable Nose Gear
l Length: 853mm (33.6 in.)
l Wing Span: 1050mm (41.34 in.)
l Wing Area: 17dm2 (263.5 sq. in.)
l Wing Loading: 46.5 g /dm˛ (15.2 oz./sq.ft.)
l Radio Required: 4 Channels or Above
l Receiver: R6NII / RD8SL / R8MSL / R8MSL+
l Flying Weight: 790g (25.4oz.)
We are ready to take your order now. If you are interested in this new product, please contact your GWS sales representatives or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. GWS Dealers please order early and use the item numbers listed above when you place your order to GWS.
We welcome you to contact us. We will try to keep you updated about GWS product and information.
Ray K. Liao
From GWS HQ
|Oct 31, 2006, 08:58 AM|
How about GWS 262 priced as low as this?
Power EDF64 No Paint-----$65
NPS No Paint--------------$40
SG No Paint---------------$30
|Oct 31, 2006, 11:14 AM|
|Oct 31, 2006, 12:41 PM|
Mr Lin, congratulations on another fine product from GWS! A-10 has been my favorite GWS plane so far, so I am very anxious to try this one!
|Aug 03, 2008, 09:17 AM|
Recently, EDF64 and EDF55 tested with experimental BL out runner motors, get great performance results:
KV:4250 No load 3A
10V 21A 520g
11.1V 24.8A 590g
10V 20A 600g
11.1V 22A 620g
14.8V 33A 1000g
KV: 5250 No load 3.9A
11.1V 35.7A 700g
10V 33A 730g
11.1V 39A 850g
So, GWS Me262 can be up grade, also GWS A-10 with EDF55 too!
|Aug 03, 2008, 09:28 AM|
(BTW, where they come with a spare wing, if anything, and not a spare fuse)
Made a bit longer, it would help the jet with both noseweight and scale looks.
I'm currently building one with 50mm Microfans, and have also done a rework of the nacelles (lengthed, inlets sized exactly to fan size) for the 64 fans. More scale looking nacelles is the only area the GWS262 is lacking in.
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