Trader Rating: 128
Receiver Ready Pro Built PNP Plug and Play 700W GWS F-15 Twin EDF Jet
Pro Built ready to fly or receiver ready/Plug and Play PNP GWS F-15 containing the following:
GWS EPS foam kit,
2 x ARC-20-34-130 4400kv motors,
2 x 20mm heatsinks,
2 x SP 50 amp ESC's with heatsinks,
1 x SP 3a 5v BEC,
2 x GWS Park servos.
1 x nose wheel steering servo
Battery tray area has been enlarged to accept a large zippy 3s 2500 lipo
battery. 8 minute flight with 2500 mAh battery (not included)
Full throttle on a fresh battery give out just short of 700W power. Climbs straight up after short take off run (has done it within dirt baseball diamond)
Full moving tails
Custom painted to Air Force air superiority camo scheme (much better than the factory painted version)
Wings and Tails all removable very easy for transportation and storage. Snap on the wings screws in the tails and you are ready to fly at the field.
All top end components not like the junk components found in cheap RTF packages. More than $500 value not to mention hours of pro building. Yours for only $249+shipping / insurance
Skip all the building open the box and happy flying. All that is needed for this jet to fly is to match it with a transmitter/receiver/battery of your choice, or if you want I can quote price to included these items.
Local Pick-Ups takes priority, will also ship buyer pay shipping.
Non-credit card paypal or MO, or credit card paypal buyer pays fees.
Last edited by shschon; Sep 20, 2008 at 02:11 AM.
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