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Great Planes Phazer Brushless EDF Jet ARF

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Published on Jul 31, 2012

Don't blink when you fly the Phazer — this brushless electric ducted fan ARF can travel the length of a football field in just over two seconds! With its simple delta wing design, it assembles almost as quickly as it flies. The fuselage is painted fiberglass. The wings are built-up balsa and ply, covered in MonoKote® film. In just hours, you can be airborne and accelerating with the power and speed of a 56 mm HyperFlow™ ducted fan unit and Ammo™ 24-45-3790kV brushless motor!

The Phazer can be launched by hand or with the included bungee. Fuselage and wing skids protect linkages and ensure straight tracking during landings. Other features include a factory-applied trim scheme, a magnetically attached battery hatch, plus decals for creating a sport or military look.

WARNING: The Phazer requires advanced flying skills and is not suitable for beginning or intermediate pilots. It reaches speeds over 90 mph (145 km/h) and should be flown only at an approved AMA flying site. Because it can quickly disappear from sight, pilots should remain focused on the plane at all times.

GPMA1802
Wingspan: 23 in (585 mm)
Wing Area: 224 in2 (14.4 dm2)
Weight: 30-31.5 oz (850-895 g)
Wing Loading: 19.3-20.2 oz/ft2 (59-62 g/dm2)
Length: 30 in (760 mm)
Requires: 3-channel radio with 2 micro servos and elevon (or ailevator) mixing; 35A brushless ESC; 14.8V (4S) 2200mAh LiPo battery & compatible charger

Learn more about the Great Planes Phazer EDF ARF by visiting its product page at http://www.greatplanes.com/airplanes/...

Join Great Planes on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/greatplanes

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