Dynam Cessna 550 Turbo Jet White Twin 64mm EDF - PNP
Dynam Cessna 550 Turbo Jet White Twin 64mm EDF - PNP

Dynam Cessna 550 Turbo Jet White Twin 64mm EDF - PNP


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The Dynam Cessna 550 is a twin-engine 64mm ducted fan powered corporate jet which is very scale looking and captures the above wing engine setup and straight wings which are characteristic to the Cessna 550. This Dynam plane is incredibly strong and rigid thanks to it being made out of EPO foam. This plane is fast and looks great especially when doing a head high full throttle pass! Landings and takeoffs are a breeze as this plane has a tricycle gear setup and can also be belly landed on grass without damaging anything as both engines sit above the wings.

What are included:

Dynam Cessna 550 airplane, motor, ESC, 6*9g servos

What are required:

6-Channel or above transmitter

6-Channel receiver

14.8v 2200mAh 20C Li-Po battery and charger

1 hour assembly time


Material: EPO Foam

Wing Span: 1180mm(46.5in)

Flying Weight: 1150g

Wing Loading: 63g/dm2

Fuselage Length: 1080mm(42.5in)

Center of Gravity: 63g/dm²

Motor: Detrum BM2815-KV3600

ESC: TC Skylord 50A ESC

Propeller: N/A      

Servo: 6x 9g

Elevator: Yes

Rudder: Yes

Ailerons: Yes

Flaps: Yes

Landing Gear: E retract

Flies like a trainer EDF
Really a great little EDF. Flies about the same as the Dynam A 10. Fast enough but also flies slow. Looks and sounds good in the air and on the runway. Can be painted in many colors with spray enamel
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from ohio. on 11/26/2018
Dynam TurboJet
Flew the maiden today, great flyer. Smooth takeoff, not a fast flyer but enjoyable. Best landing ever. Now something about Dynam's quality control. Elevator and rudder leads mislabeled, molding flashes need to be trimmed, positive lead(red) from the ESC pulled out of the xt60 plug, wing hold down plastic screw head melted and deformed. I had corrected all these issues however during the second flight the plane lagged power and went down at the edge of a local river. Luckily it drifted close enough to retrieve and suffered no damage; upon close inspection the power lag was due to one of the fan blades "falling" off the motor causing the plane to try and fly one one motor which it can't, chalk this up to another Dynam QC shortcomings. My rating is based on the fore-mentioned issues. I STILL LIKE THE PLANE !
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Loudon. on 5/8/2021
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