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Official Freewing 64mm F9F Panther Blue EDF Jet PNP Thread

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  • Official Freewing 64mm F9F Panther Blue EDF Jet PNP Thread

    64mm Freewing F9F Panther Blue EDF Jet - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FJ10321P

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    Version Info: This is the updated F9F Panther which includes a new livery.

    Are you looking for your first EDF jet or are you a more advanced pilot looking for a new EDF? Look no further. While great for people new to EDF jets, The Freewing F9F Panther is fast and agile enough for experienced pilots too. The Freewing F9F is one of our favorite jets. While this F9F Panther EDF is not for beginner flyers, it is perfect for the intermediate flyer looking for their first EDF jet. There is not an easier EDF jet to fly.

    Unlike many EDF jets, the Freewing F9F actually floats for an extended period of time without throttle (assuming a correct CG). The F9F is powerful enough to loop and has a fantastic roll rate. We recommend hand launching and belly landing in the grass for pilots new to EDF jets. The F9F is built from durable EPO foam and uses nylon hinges. While a 1600 mAh LiPo is recommended, a 2200 mAh battery can be used by more experienced pilots with minor modification to the battery compartment. We highly recommend a high wing trainer for beginners and proficiency with at least one low wing plane before attempting to fly an EDF jet.

    Note: Please sand the paint off on the fuselage and wing surface prior to gluing together.

    • NEW! Updated blue livery
    • Model officially licensed by Northrop Grumman
    • Durable EPO foam construction
    • Nylon hinges on all control surfaces (superior to a foam hinge)
    • Brushless motor, 5-Blade EDF, ESC and servos installed
    • Freewing F9F Panther Blue 64mm EDF Jet - PNP
    • Servos, electronics pre-installed
    • 4 Channel radio - select a minimum 4 channel radio from our Radio Collection
    • 4 Channel receiver - select a minimum 4 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
    • 3 Cell 11.1V 1600 mAh Lipo Battery with XT60 connector - EPR16003X6
    • 3 Cell compatible battery charger - select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
    Product Specifications:

    AGE LEVEL :14 and up
    SKILL LEVEL :Intermediate
    BUILD TIME :1 Hour
    Wingspan 700mm / 27.6in
    Length 745mm / 29.3in
    Flying Weight 550g
    Power System Brushless 2627-4500Kv Outrunner Motor
    Speed Control 30A, Internal BEC, XT60 connector
    Propeller / EDF 64mm 5-Blade EDF
    • 9g plastic standard with 100mm lead : elevator - MD31091-100
    • 9g plastic standard with 300mm lead : left aileron, right aileron - MD31091-300
    Landing Gear None - belly lander (optional gear is available)
    Required Battery 3S 11.1V 1600mAh 25C 3 cell LiPo
    Required Radio 3 Channel
    Rudder No
    Flaps No
    Ailerons Yes
    Lights No
    Hinge Type Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
    Material EPO Foam
    Skill Level Intermediate
    Build Time 1 Hour
    Recommended Environment Outdoor
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  • #2
    Looks like duplicate threads, so I’ll ask the question again. Why didn’t you upgrade it to 4s? All the freewing 64mm birds are so much better at 4s including this panther.


    • #3
      That is a good question. I texted my group yesterday about it half said ok but it needs 4S the other half said “6S!!!”


      • #4
        One of the things I absolutely despise on a model are stickers. The color never matches the background and the whole model suffers.


        • #5
          Unfortunate that they went that way with them.


          • #6
            "The Bridges At Toko Ri" paint scheme...

            The Bridges at Toko Ri 1954 The Grumman F9F Panther Korean War James Michener - YouTube


            • #7
              Would really like to see the 80mm T-33 done up in USAF Thunderbirds colors!!!
              Last edited by Ham870; Nov 22, 2022, 03:27 PM. Reason: Wrong thread. Sorry


              • #8
                Wrong thread. Sorry