Dynam Me 262 Brown Twin 70mm EDF Jet - BNP
Dynam Me 262 Brown Twin 70mm EDF Jet - BNP

Dynam Me 262 Brown Twin 70mm EDF Jet - BNP


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The Messerschmitt ME-262 was developed by the Germans during the latter part of WWII. It was the first operational jet fighter in the world.

Dynam replicates the full size to bring you a scale EPO foam recreation of the ME-262. Twin 70mm ducted fans supported by twin Skylord speed controllers easily propel this jet to adrenaline pumping speeds. Even better is that only a single 14.8v 4000mAh battery is required to support this monster of a power plant. The steerable nose wheel and worm drive retracts allow the landing gears to retract slowly providing that touch of realism. The control horns, ducted fans, and servos are pre-installed which makes the plane simple and quick to build.

With this new paint scheme, it is for sure make it stand out in the field.

What are included:

Dynam ME-262 airplane, motor, ESC, 5*9g servos and MSR66A sport receiver

What are required:

6-Channel or above transmitter

14.8V 4000mAh 25C battery and charger

1 hour assembly time


Material: EPO Foam

Wing Span: 1500mm (59in)

Flying Weight: 2400g (84.7oz)

Wing Loading: 64.2g/dm2

Fuselage Length: 1284mm (50.6in)

Center of Gravity: 115 - 120mm from the leading edge at the wing root

Motor: Detrum BM2826D-KV3500

ESC: TC Skylord 60A ESC

Propeller: 70mm EDF

Servo: 5x 9g

Elevator: Yes

Rudder: Yes

Ailerons: Yes

Flaps: No

Landing Gear: E retract


needed adjustments
I've been in love with this plane since I was a little kid. Now, that I'm a big kid I bought this rc model. Well packaged, no problem with plane airframe, edf's work well but I'm a rc plane builder and this is one of my few ARFS. When you start an ARF you have to work with what you get. First thing I did was take the incidences of the wings as this is the starting point. When I checked the Incidences of the EDF pods they didn't equal the wing. so after a little sanding and rechecking I got the pods in line with the wing. Then to the elevators which were also off but not as far as the pods. after that work was done and everything was installed I checked the Center of Gravity (CG) I could not get it anywhere close as putting together the airframe as suggested. (Yes I do read manuals and plans) This plane came out Tail heavy. Too much Tail heavy. I moved everything I coud as far as it would go and still Tail heavy. I watched a youtube video and wondered why he was using two, 4 cell Lipo's. Then I realized his was tail heavy also. I'll work at what needs corrected and will look forward to upcoming flights
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