The X-35 Fighter is a real looker and is now available at Steve Webb Models and ServoShop!
A new stable mate for the J10, this is sure to prove popular. Sharing similar characteristics as the Wings Maker J10, the X35 has good slow speed handling while also maintaining the ability for a good turn of speed when needed. With scope for modifications such as after market thrust vectoring modifications and the strong EPO construction the X35 is sure to please experts,club flyers and EDF tyro modellers alike
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- The Wings Maker's electric jet series.
- Hot aerobatics at high speed and scaled flying at low speed.
- Lightweight and strong EPO foam provides structural strength and rigidity.
|Wing Span:||29 in / 740 mm|
|Wing Area:||310 sq in / 20 sq dm|
|Flying Weight:||29 oz / 820 g|
|Fuselage Length:||40.5 in / 1030 mm|
|Requires:||5-channel "mixing radio" (elevator), 5 micro servos, ducted fan unit, outrunner motor, 30A (burst 35A) brushless ESC and 3 cells 11.1V 20C 2100mAh battery and charger.|
Although the manufacturer recommends a 30/35 Amp ESC for this aircraft, we have found that the fan unit will draw in excess of 37 Amps with a good battery. Following many flights with our own models we would recommend a 40 to 50 amp ESC on a 3 Cell Set Up and if using the 4 Cell Turbo Motor and TWM Fan we recommend a 60 to 70 amp ESC.
As with all final fix motor installations you should check the ESC used is adequate for your individual set up
Although the manufacturer recommends Epoxy glue, from our own experience we did not find this type of glue suitable for EPO and we recommend Bob Smiths Super Gold or Gold Cyno or Multiplex Zacki adhesive. Many standard forms of Cyno adhesives can also be used, but we always advise testing unknown glues on scrap foam before committing them to use.