Construction / tuning:

The quality of the box itself is already a treat!

And the content - even after a long trip from
Asia was 100 % ok. All was well secured in foam
and individual plastic bags.

The surface was well covered with the paint and
some stickers were also fixed.

The plane consists of:
- fuselage
- 2 wings
- 2 elevator wings
- 2 rudder

As the material of the plane is styrofoam (or
similar) I used a 5-min epoxy for all gluing.

Actually I deviated slightly from the manual - as
first I tried the elevator wings - then I mixed the glue
and finally I glued everything together.
Let it dry for a while and...

fix the rc equipment.

In my case i still had to change the BEC plug
as I do use the green MPX plugs on all of my
lipo packs. But that was done in minutes.

The other addition was a little "pull-up" strap made
from tape for the battery compartment cover.
That is held in place by some strong magnets, but
to open it my finger nails were not long enough.

Trying out the motor it developed a nice 450 g thrust!
Looks as if this plane will perform well in the air!

Lets give it a try soon!

Flight Experience:

Still to come!
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NAME:
 
GF 35 - EDF Jet
PRODUCER:
 
Graupner
TYPE
  Styropor (Foam)
WING SPAN:
 
590 mm
LENGTH:
 
700 mm
WING AREA:
 
??? dm2
WEIGHT PER DM2
 
??? g / dm2
WEIGHT (producer):
 
460 g
ACTUAL WEIGHT:
 
???
MOTOR:
 
unknown brushless inrunner
MOTOR DATA:
  Brushless
PROPELLER:
  Ducted Fan included - unknown
BEC / CONTROLLER:
 
included - unknown
RECEIVER:
 
Futaba 2,4 GHz, 6 channel, R-6106 HFC
BATTERY:
 
Lipo Ray, 3 cells, 1600 or 2200 mA, 25 c
CHANNELS:
 
3 (ailerons, elevator, motor) - Delta mix
SERVOS USED.
  all::3 x unknown (9g servos)
RATING - BUILDING:
 
Beginner
RATING - FLYING:
 
Intermediate - Professional
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