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Oct 07, 2016, 02:30 PM
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This looks great, love the twin micro EDF idea. Its expensive in the UK though, over 200.
Most likely still get one though.

Edit: hobby shop now confirms price at 125, that's much better so I've pre-ordered one now!
Last edited by porkster; Oct 08, 2016 at 09:55 AM. Reason: New confirmed priced
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Oct 07, 2016, 03:15 PM
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Relax friend...the 450mah batteries (one option) are very popular...used in the "crack yak" style 3D profiles, and the 800mah batteries can be had for $9 from H.H.

http://www.horizonhobby.com/800mah-2...jst-p-kxsb0009
Does it need seprate battery lead or adapter to charge the battery when you go for 2s 800mah?
Oct 07, 2016, 04:31 PM
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Does it need seprate battery lead or adapter to charge the battery when you go for 2s 800mah?
Both the 450 and 800 have JST connectors.
Oct 07, 2016, 05:37 PM
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I'm thinking Graphene 950s. Only a couple grams heavier and a mm or 2 bigger in all dimensions. Claimed 65c and half the price of the EFlite 800s.
Oct 07, 2016, 07:37 PM
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For the size i just figured what scale this is and i think the sky is the limit on choice of schemes. Specially when model decals in the 1/32 size is nearly a perfect fit.
This EF A-10 comes in at 1/31.22 scale!!!!!!!! Yea baby!!!
Oct 07, 2016, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by sam51401
For the size i just figured what scale this is and i think the sky is the limit on choice of schemes. Specially when model decals in the 1/32 size is nearly a perfect fit.
This EF A-10 comes in at 1/31.22 scale!!!!!!!! Yea baby!!!
That also means that ordnance kits will fit. So our A-10s can carry as much 1/32nd scale freedom & democracy as we can glue on them!
Oct 07, 2016, 10:10 PM
Huff6
Does the a-10 umx come with safe?
Oct 07, 2016, 11:46 PM
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Does the a-10 umx come with safe?
SAFE Select isn't one of the listed features so probably not.
Oct 08, 2016, 01:52 AM
Ceiling tile jet club
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Originally Posted by sam51401
For the size i just figured what scale this is and i think the sky is the limit on choice of schemes. Specially when model decals in the 1/32 size is nearly a perfect fit.
This EF A-10 comes in at 1/31.22 scale!!!!!!!! Yea baby!!!
That is great news.
My hobby shop said he's expecting it next month, no rest for my wallet until after Christmas I fear
Oct 08, 2016, 07:26 AM
Curse you, Red Baron!
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That is great news.
My hobby shop said he's expecting it next month, no rest for my wallet until after Christmas I fear
Same here - I showed this to my GF (she flies too) and she said "There goes the checkbook." LOL

I've got a spare UMX P-47, the BL P-51, and now this on my short list of micros to buy.
Oct 08, 2016, 09:34 AM
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VIDEO: E-flite's new UMX A-10 Twin EDF


E-flite UMX™ A-10 BL BNF Basic (3 min 53 sec)
Oct 08, 2016, 10:16 AM
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I would like to have a twin EDF airliner that is a small UMX size. There is a video of a pretty big electric Warthog on the other thread flying very slowly INDOORS. It retracts its LG a few times while flying. Its takeoff run and landing roll were only a few feet. Its flaps could not have made such a big difference. It flew similar to the big airliner that flew very slowly indoors, but its structure was a lightweight bag filled with helium.

The ad for this E-flite Warthog says it can fly in a school gym. Can you imagine its (zoom) speed?
Oct 08, 2016, 11:05 AM
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I would like to have a twin EDF airliner that is a small UMX size. There is a video of a pretty big electric Warthog on the other thread flying very slowly INDOORS. It retracts its LG a few times while flying. Its takeoff run and landing roll were only a few feet. Its flaps could not have made such a big difference. It flew similar to the big airliner that flew very slowly indoors, but its structure was a lightweight bag filled with helium.

The ad for this E-flite Warthog says it can fly in a school gym. Can you imagine its (zoom) speed?
Does it float like this one?
WORLD´S FIRST RC TURBINE MODEL JET FOR INDOOR FLIGHT / Leipzig Germany 2016 (3 min 22 sec)
Oct 08, 2016, 11:25 AM
Curse you, Red Baron!
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That also means that ordnance kits will fit. So our A-10s can carry as much 1/32nd scale freedom & democracy as we can glue on them!
*facepalm* LOL

It does have a lot of choices there.
Oct 08, 2016, 08:27 PM
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Does it float like this one?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=459s5GrXr8Q
The A10s that flew at this same event flew at least as slow. They were pretty large as well, at least 6' wingspans.
I would guess they were mostly built with 3mm or thinner depron. Real floaters.
I think they were with the same RC team, same shirts.


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