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Jul 31, 2008, 02:27 PM
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Originally Posted by FresnoJay
I bet it would Lucky just be real heavy. I am just going to be starting to buy higher mah packs for my EDF uses. My planes are all getting into the really high amp draw areas now. So I guess its time they have thier own packs.

Jason
I hear ya. Same here.
One good thing about running 2 packs in parallel is it dissipates heat better and can make balancing the CofG easier as well.
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Jul 31, 2008, 03:54 PM
its TALON TIME!
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it probably does have a cheater, but the inlets are extremely scale. i think it looks great. the canopy is a hair off, but the rest is awsome. i love it!
Jul 31, 2008, 03:56 PM
To drive or to fly......BOTH!!
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I agree CN it looks sweet. Was just curious to why they hadn't shown the bottom. Maybe they are worried it would turn people off?

Jason
Jul 31, 2008, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Jimmy_H
Just noticed this at www.rclander.com

Wing span: 1050mm
Length: 1000mm
Height: 300mm
Flying weight: 900g
Servo: 8g x 6pcs or 7pcs
Power system: Brushless electrical ducted fan.
Function: Retract landing gear system, full scale flap performance (optional)
ESC: 40A or above
Radio: 5 to 6 CH

The video looks impressive .

http://www.rclander.com/default.aspx...e-485feb8c627d

Is this a new model or a reincarnation of something else, anyone got one, looks like a MF480 drop in 4S big smile machine !!!!
BRC Hobbies, next week.
Aug 02, 2008, 05:12 AM
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who is phoenix racing ?
Aug 03, 2008, 04:49 AM
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F9F-2 new flying video & some photoes for sharing with all of you


Thanks for all of you interesting F9F-2. Attached is some new photoes of her. Since we want it to be closely scale of the real plane. So on the bottom of the model F9F-2 is a open duct for enough intake air to let her EDF set more efficient and meet the peak performance easily.

Also the following web-site is her new flying video for sharing with you.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ax8F5rd6r1o & rcgroups video gallery - F9F02 taxing video

On the other hand, our new plane "Rafale" will be launched within coming two weeks. Please review attached photoes to review her first. The test flight video will be posted asap.
Aug 03, 2008, 09:45 AM
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Wow that Rafale comes with retracts too and it looks like functioning canards out of the box?

EDIT: Wow checked their website and it says it's a twin with retracts and the canards are designed to be functional. NICE!
Last edited by Sid3ways; Aug 03, 2008 at 09:57 AM.
Aug 06, 2008, 02:29 AM
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Availability


We are happy to be working with Tim and his factory. we will be handling the US / North American market for the F9F, Rafale M and EDF units. we will begin accepting customer and dealer pre-orders very soon.

They have done a great job in capturing the scale details and performance with an economical solution. Please e-mail sales@ejf.com for any additional sales questions.

--RW
Aug 09, 2008, 02:54 PM
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I am very excited by these two jets!If the performance is really that good out of the box,my future jet purchases will be from this company.Looking forward to details on the Rafale!I hope there will be future developement of other jets as well.Performance of the f9f looks really good.Can't wait!
Aug 09, 2008, 03:20 PM
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Does the F9 come with "Marine" markings or are Navy the only option?? Sorry, its a Marine thing... LOL
Aug 09, 2008, 03:45 PM
its TALON TIME!
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i about ordered this airframe version from over seas...but they wanted 50$ for shipping..i couldnt swallow that! glad EJF is going to carry them...
Aug 09, 2008, 03:46 PM
Chillaxin dude!
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Tim Wan...

any detail on the retract install? I have one of these and the instructions are real sketchy on a lot of the detail work.. Would be nice to get some pics if possible. Also some pics of under the canopy would be good too...
Aug 10, 2008, 01:01 AM
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And the next post needs to be:

Robert Wagoner coming here to post that they are in stock.

Bill
Aug 10, 2008, 09:46 AM
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More detail of F9F-2 operational manual


Quote:
Originally Posted by BulletMaster
Tim Wan...

any detail on the retract install? I have one of these and the instructions are real sketchy on a lot of the detail work.. Would be nice to get some pics if possible. Also some pics of under the canopy would be good too...
Dear BulleMaster,

Thank you for your purchasing our F9F-2. As per your request, the attached is some related photoes for your reference. I know you obtained the F9F-2 is one of our first version (only pre-painted with retractable landing gear without others - ARF type). I am sorry for any incovenience caused due to our insufficient timing to revise the manual for ARF Type. On that time, the manual is just for the RTY type. Now it has been updated and included major part assembling information also with servo horn throw ratio and CG point position.
I hope the above information is clear to you and wish you have enjoyed our product. If you have any question, please feel free to contact me or send me your email address for further communication.

Best regards,
Tim
tim@rclander.com
Aug 10, 2008, 09:59 AM
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Rafale update photoes


Quote:
Originally Posted by bouncebk2003
I am very excited by these two jets!If the performance is really that good out of the box,my future jet purchases will be from this company.Looking forward to details on the Rafale!I hope there will be future developement of other jets as well.Performance of the f9f looks really good.Can't wait!
Dear bouncebk2003,

Attached is some update photoes of our Rafale for sharing with all of you.
It will be landing on USA market very soon.