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    TWIN JET JOB

    TWIN JET JOB

    $19.95

    Designed by Dick Sarpolus as a quick-to-build, easy-to-fly EDF jet, the ¿Twin Jet Job¿ is made almost entirely out of DowCor Fan-fold insulation foam. It uses an inexpensive power system and basic hardware and is a great first jet. The plans are also available for free download at the ¿From the Magazine¿ section at the modelairplanenews.com website. Get the full construction article at: modelairplanenews.com/plans

    Span: 30¿; Length: 26¿; Power: 2 EDF units with 10A brushless motors; LD-1; 1 Sheet;
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    The Strike

    The Strike

    $19.95

    An electric-powered EDF version of the author¿s original design, The Strike is Joe Beshar¿s newest incarnation of his popular Shrike. It uses basic balsa and plywood construction and is fairly easy to build. Intended for intermediate pilots, The new Strike is a good sport Electric Ducted Fan flyer that uses 3S 11.1V LiPo battery packs.

    WS: 35.5 in.; L: 28.25 in.; Power: 30-40A brushless/70mm EDF unit; LD: 2; 1 sheet ;
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    The MicroWave

    The MicroWave

    $23.95

    Designed by Rich Uravitch, this electric ducted fan design uses recycled EDF power units from worn-out foamy jets for power. The plans include a long- and a short-wing version so you can build a cruiser or an interceptor. Formed plastic parts and laser cut wood parts are available.

    Span: 29 & 36 in.; Length: 27.75 in.; Power 70mm EDF units w/brushless motor.; LD;2; 2 Sheets;
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    Turbinator-E

    Turbinator-E

    $23.95

    Designed by Nick Ziroli Sr., the Turbinator-E is a smaller e-powered version of the 72-inch turbine-powered jet. It uses traditional balsa and plywood construction and has plug-in wing panels. It can be built with fixed or retractable landing gear, or leave the gear off to save weight. A formed plastic canopy and aileron servo covers are available from Nick and the ordering info is on the plans. Span: 40 in.; Length: 43.5 in.; Power: Astro 020 w/Wemotec Mini 480 fan unit; LD: 2; 2 Sheets; $21.95
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    F/A-22 Raptor

    F/A-22 Raptor

    $23.95

    Designed by Steve Shumate, the F/A-22 Raptor Park Jet is a Semi-scale pusher prop design and it has thrust vectoring capabilities for amazing maneuverability. Made from sheet foam, it is easy to build and fun to fly. Intermediate building and piloting skill required.
    Wingspan: 26 in.; Length: 36.2 in.; Weight: 18 oz., Power loading: 160 watts/lb. Motor: brushless outrunner; Radio req’d: Stabilators, flaperons, rudders (optional), thrust vectoring (optional). LD:2; 2 Sheets;
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    F-4 Phantom II

    F-4 Phantom II

    $27.95

    Designed by Dab Savage, this electric ducted fan looks like a scale jet but flies like a sport model. It uses traditional balsa, ply and lite-ply construction and is intended for 90mm or 3.5-inch EDF fan units and 900 to 1500 watt power systems. If you can build a sport plane you can build this F-4. It is intended for intermediate to expert pilots.
    Wingspan: 50 1/2 in.; Length: 33 5/8 in.; Radio: 4-6 channels; Power: 90mm EDF unit (900-1500W); LD:2; 3 Sheets;
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