Available Package Options
Available in 2 power setups(6S or 8S) and 4 colors(Blue, Blue Camo, Gray Camo, and Gray), this Brand New J-10 Version 2.1 (New Rubber Wheels, Improved Servo Locations, New Metal Geared Servos With Metal Casing, New Battery Location For Better Performance) is a formidable multi-role fighter boasting exceptional agility and maneuverability,
characteristics which have been faithfully reproduced in this scale model. As part of the effort in achieving this, the J-10 was designed to run a 105mm
EDF supplied by a 120A custom HobbyWing ESC specific to the J-10. The EDF unit and housing are constructed using a nylon composite material due
to the material’s optimal strength to weight ratio, and the custom HobbyWing ESC is wired to provide a direct line of power to the PCBs controlling
sub systems such as the retracts, navigation lights, and gear doors instead of through the receiver as is done predominantly. The J-10’s control surfaces
are all powered by 12g metal gear digital servos, with the exception of the canards which contribute heavily to the J-10’s maneuverability, they are
instead powered by a larger 40g metal gear digital servo.
In our trials the J-10 pushed pass the 100mph mark fully stock with a 6 cell 5000mah, achieving a max clocked speed of 105mph. For speed demons, there’s more speed yet to be squeezed out from the J-10 with an 8S power setup. She
handles extremely well, though with a voracious appetite, the 5000mah battery lasted us no more than 2 ½ - 3 minutes of flight time, but it was
intense while it lasted, the speed and agility of this jet was simply amazing.
Air Epic J-10 J-10 Flight Demonstration Sneak Peak by RCInformer
Air Epic J-10 Setup Guide by RCInformer
Air Epic J-10 J-10 Control Surface Demo by RCInformer
Air Epic J-10 J-10 Retract System Demo by RCInformer
This packaging option indicates what comes included and does not mean a completely assembled item. This packaging option does not include any on-board electronic components unless noted otherwise. The radio system, Battery and charger are also not included. Note that this packaging option is best suited for modelers who wish to customize their on-board electronics.
The main difference is what is included in the package. Since there are no set parameters for packaging options in this hobby, different manufacturers may vary their definitions of what is included.
ARF indicates that all the foam pieces along with the crucial components of aesthetic appearance are included in the package. Some on-board electronics may be included with an ARF such as the electric retracts and will be noted on the specifications of the model. Note that this packaging option is recommended for advanced individuals with knowledge in customizing their onboard electronic components or for those not intending to fly this model.
PNP indicates that all the foam pieces along with the crucial components of aesthetic appearance and electronic components are included with the exception of the battery, balance charger, and radio system (transmitter and receiver). Most on-board electronics are pre-installed by the manufacturer. Note that this packaging option is recommended for those who already own a radio system, battery and balance charger.
RTF includes all the foam pieces along with the crucial components of aesthetic appearance, electronic components, battery, balance charger and radio system unless noted otherwise. Most on-board electronics are pre-installed by the manufacturer. Note that this packaging option is recommended for beginners or first-time pilots. Be aware of balance charger accessories that are not included (wall adapters usually sold separately). Advanced models with the RTF option may or may not come with a battery or charger. Please read the ‘Package Includes’ area carefully under the item’s for clarification of what is included with the package.
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