Dynam Hawker Hunter 70MM EDF Jet 6S Flaps Retracts - PNP
Dynam Hawker Hunter 70MM EDF Jet 6S Flaps Retracts - PNP

Dynam Hawker Hunter 70MM EDF Jet 6S Flaps Retracts - PNP


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The Hawker Hunter is a transonic British jet-powered fighter aircraft that was developed by Hawker Aircraft for the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the late 1940s and early 1950s.

The Dynam Hawker Hunter EDF Jet is equipped with a 6S Tomcat 2860-KV2200 in-runner brushless motor and Tomcat Skylord-80A ESC together with a 70mm 12-blade EDF. 

Other features include the ball-joint connection for rudder and aileron, quick connection wing assembly and more. 

Must to have to experience the power and performance!

What are included: 

Dynam Hawker Hunter airplanemotorESC, 8*9g servos

What are required:

6-channel transmitter 

6-channel receiver

22.2v 3300mah 30c battery and charger

1 hour assembly time


Material: EPO Foam

Wing Span: 850mm (33.5in)

Flying Weight: 1610g

Wing Loading: 75 g/dm²

Fuselage Length: 1150mm (45.3in)

Center of Gravity: 14--145 mm

Motor: TomCat TC-2860A-KV2200 

ESC: TC Skylord 80A ESC

Propeller: 12-blade EDF

Servo: 8x 9g (Metal)

Elevator: Yes

Rudder: Yes

Ailerons: Yes

Flaps: Yes

Landing Gear: Electric retracts

Refinished mine
I wasn't keen on the tigerstripe livery so I refinished mine as Neville Duke's world speed record all red Hunter WB188. I also shortened the landing gear legs by 25mm. www.airteamimages.com/pics/67/67322_800.jpg A few items needed attention: the elevator horns weren't well secured, and one flap servo arm needed tightening. Other than that it flies well, has plenty of power, and looks good in the air.
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