Tag: EDF

  • Durafly Sea Vixen – Unboxing video and first impressions

    Durafly Sea Vixen – Unboxing video and first impressions

    Check out the newest addition to my fleet! The Durafly D.H. 100 Sea Vixen. Comes with all the hardware needed, just build it, add your 4 cell Lipo and receiver and you’re ready to fly. The plane comes double-boxed for protection and very well packaged. The details on this plane are amazing. Stay tuned for […]

  • Tfmodel BAE Hawk 70mm EDF – Instruction Manual

    Tfmodel BAE Hawk 70mm EDF – Instruction Manual

    I’ve noticed that the instruction manual for the BAE Hawk from TF Model is really hard to find online, and some would say impossible. I recently purchased on on RCGroups and the seller sent me the manual in pdf format via email. I though I’d share it with you guys here. Please note that the […]

  • D.H. Vampire – Flight Video

    D.H. Vampire – Flight Video

    Here’s another flight video of my Durafly D.H. Vampire in action.

  • BAE Hawk – 70mm EDF Jet

    BAE Hawk – 70mm EDF Jet

    I have officially been bitten by the EDF jet bug, after flying the D.H. Vampire from Hobbyking. My latest model is a 70mm BAE Hawk, featuring a composite fuselage (fiber glass) and built-up balsa wings. It is powered by a 6-blade ducted fan unit turned by a 3600 kv brushless motor. Putting it together took […]

  • DH 100 Vampire – Maiden Flight Video

    DH 100 Vampire – Maiden Flight Video

    The de Havilland DH.100 Vampire, made by Durafly (Hobbyking) in PNF configuration. Featuring a 70mm EDF (electric ducted fan), electric retracts, EPO construction, a custom red paint job and powered by a 2650 mah 4-cell LiPo battery. This is the maiden flight of my second vampire. This airplane flies great: excellent slow-speed characteristics due to […]

  • D. H. Vampire from Durafly – modifications

    D. H. Vampire from Durafly – modifications

    One of my favorite flying planes of all times is the D.H. Vampire from Hobbyking, though it isn’t without its flaws. Before I put it together, I noticed that the tail booms weren’t as stiff as one would expect. I proceeded to embed a carbon fiber rod to stiffen it a bit. I only added […]