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Nigel Hawes from RCM&E - ‘Probably one of the best value EDF sport models on the market today’
This is a superb model, that is easy to fly and launch. Being a delta it's easy to fly slowly, but equally at home when you open the taps.
A full power dive is great fun, as it goes like the proverbial bat out of hell when you want it to. You will need to switch to 'low rates'
on such occasions, as it can be a little twitchy at really high speed.
Can be hand launched or use the included dolly (though you may want to put some bigger wheels on if flying off grass)
The manufacturer recommends using a 30 Amp ESC, however the motor/fan can draw in excess of 37 Amps with a good battery, so we recommend using a 40 to 50 Amp ESC.
If you need extra servos or spare servos for Wings Maker - then click the link to take you to the Wings Maker Servos
The manufacturer recommends using epoxy glue to put this kit together. However from our own experience we did not find epoxy the best type of glue for EPO and we recommend a cyano glue such as 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.
This is the Ready Assembled Combo Version - for the J10 Kit Only or Combo None Assembled see seperate listings.
The videos below show the J10 flying in various conditions. In one video you will get to see how the J10 handles the wind and in the other videos there's some great general club flying and J10 chases, Warning if you watch the videos you will want one!
Although the manufacturer recommends a 30/35 Amp ESC for this aircraft, we have found that with a good battery the fan will draw in excess of 37 Amps. 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
From our own experience we did not find 5 minute epoxy the best type of glue 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.