Thread Tools
Old Nov 06, 2011, 01:57 AM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
Discussion

China Pro 09 EDF's???


Anybody seen these??? I was looking at CMP's website and I couldn't resist the link. I guess they are banded together with CMP and Flying Dream......

http://www.chinapro09.com/

I like their jets better than CMP's. Especially the L-39.

L-39 Albatros EDF China Pro 09 CMP CMPro (1 min 14 sec)


90mm EDF BAe Hawk China Pro 09 CMP CMPro (1 min 18 sec)


Unfortunately, I cannot find the servoless retracts, or the oleo struts anywhere on their website. When I saw these jets, I was shocked! The quality is fabulous! Why can't I find them anywhere?!?

I am most interested to see what you guys can find about our mysterious brand.
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Nov 06, 2011, 01:00 AM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
Is anybody else thinking lights in the little light pockets on those little tanks on the wing tips of the L-39???

Also, +1 if you got completely distracted from the Hobbyking Hawk thread when you saw this one.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 02:26 AM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
COME ON!!!! 35 VIEWS AND 1 POST!!!! (and it was by me, so it doesn't count)
Old Nov 06, 2011, 03:25 AM
Matej is offline
Find More Posts by Matej
Registered User
It would be nice to know where you can buy these models. They look like great quality product.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 03:58 AM
clive45 is offline
Find More Posts by clive45
It should fly at least once
clive45's Avatar
Maybe this is where HK get theirs.

Did you notice anywhere about the wing construction.....wood or fiberglass?

I think wood built up, looking at the china pro site you can just see the ribs on the Port wing.
Last edited by clive45; Nov 06, 2011 at 04:36 AM.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 05:56 AM
tim.fuggdesign is offline
Find More Posts by tim.fuggdesign
Registered User
tim.fuggdesign's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by torque roll View Post
Is anybody else thinking lights in the little light pockets on those little tanks on the wing tips of the L-39???

Also, +1 if you got completely distracted from the Hobbyking Hawk thread when you saw this one.
Ha totally, can't find any sellers/prices though, but I'm guessing it'll be very similar to the CMpro/ Jamara / HK as they seem to be the same model. Great to have 3 schemes to choose from.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 07:07 AM
scatsob is offline
Find More Posts by scatsob
Bypass Ratio = Infinity
scatsob's Avatar
Hot dog, bring on the L-39! I hope Nitroplanes is going carry that one.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 11:11 AM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
Me too. I bet rc Areodyne will wind up carrying these. Wings are built up balsa by the way. We might be able to order straight from their website via email. Anybody considder that?

I want those struts and retracts soooooooo bad!!!
Old Nov 06, 2011, 02:22 PM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
They also have a nice assortment of prop models. This is the electric ducted fan section, so I wont go off on a rabbit trail, but I would take a look at them to.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 04:51 PM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
Look closely at the Bae Hawk, then observe the 90mm T-45 from CMP:

http://www.chinapro09.com/OEM%20airplan/BAe%20Hawk.html

http://www.cmpairplane.com/EP-Airplane/EP%20T-45.html

I think it's the same basic airframe.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 04:56 PM
Gaz-b is online now
Find More Posts by Gaz-b
Registered User
Gaz-b's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by torque roll View Post
Look closely at the Bae Hawk, then observe the 90mm T-45 from CMP:

http://www.chinapro09.com/OEM%20airplan/BAe%20Hawk.html

http://www.cmpairplane.com/EP-Airplane/EP%20T-45.html

I think it's the same basic airframe.
That would be why the hawk has navy pilots.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 05:04 PM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
I know the REAL hawk and T-45 are practically the same plane, except for a tail hook and trim scheme, but it is ironic that these are exactly (excluding the trim, gear, and tail hook) the same.

Anybody sent them an email yet?
Old Nov 06, 2011, 05:13 PM
clive45 is offline
Find More Posts by clive45
It should fly at least once
clive45's Avatar
Yep, I sent them an Email last night asking where these could be purchased in OZ,USA,Hong Kong. Will post as soon as I get some reply.
As they are an OEM they show their basic aircraft then they show aircraft available under a suppliers name ie CMP that way CMP can get exclusive paint jobs or maybe aircraft. No doubt these aircraft turn up under several suppliers names.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 05:23 PM
torque roll is offline
Find More Posts by torque roll
A Texan abroad
torque roll's Avatar
It seems China Pro 09, Flying Dream, and CMP are all linked together. I have seen several CMP rip off's on Hobbyking's website.
Old Nov 06, 2011, 05:28 PM
Gaz-b is online now
Find More Posts by Gaz-b
Registered User
Gaz-b's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by torque roll View Post
It seems China Pro 09, Flying Dream, and CMP are all linked together. I have seen several CMP rip off's on Hobbyking's website.
If CMP are just badging the kits not manufacturing them hobby king are just doing the same at a smaller margin.


Thread Tools

Similar Threads
Category Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Discussion Pro Design EDF's dazb Electric Ducted Fan Jet Talk 21 Sep 22, 2011 11:11 AM
Video Hobbyking T-45 64mm EDF Jet Updated 04/09/2011 Anda Inc. Electric Plane Talk 2 Sep 04, 2011 12:27 AM
Discussion pro's and con's of a edf front lip guitaramp68 Foamy EDFs 5 Nov 06, 2009 04:57 PM
Found Tower Pro 2410-09 Brushless Motor, 25amp ESC, 2-4 HS-55's for Slow Stick Build RCHSF Aircraft - Electric - Power Systems (FS/W) 1 Jan 02, 2009 10:30 PM
Anoyone have a china made axi copy ? C28-30-09 ? impressed ? rcmarty Power Systems 13 Dec 27, 2004 05:55 AM