Freewing F-22 Raptor High Performance 4S 64mm EDF Jet - PNP
Freewing F-22 Raptor High Performance Version 12-Blade EDF Jet - Gray Camo - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FJ10512P
Introduced in 2005, the F-22 Raptor is the US Air Force's ultimate super-maneuverable, stealth fighter aircraft. The clean lines, stealth profile, and scale details are all captured in this exceptional 64mm EDF Jet from Freewing Models. Simplicity and durability were major design factors with this model. All airfoil surfaces (main wings, rudders, and elevators) are attached to the fuselage using a new modular joiner system which improves strength and allows easy parts replacement. Quality electronic components come pre-installed so you can be in the air in less then one hour. This High Performance version of the F-22 includes an upgraded 3300KV motor, 12-blade fans, 40A ESC and 4 Cell LiPo capability, making it the perfect EDF Jet for those pilots seeking higher top-end speeds and faster climbing rates. This plane is one of the Motion RC Flight Team's favorites - fast, easy to fly and affordable. Own a piece of US Air Superiority today - the Freewing F-22 Raptor.
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- New - Now comes with 12-blade EDF fan unit
- Upgraded (High Performance) version of the standard F-22, includes a powerful 2836-3300KV motor, 40 Amp Electronic Speed Control, and 4S LiPo capability
- Scale design including US Air Force sky-camo graphics, hand-painted pilot, detailed cockpit, and landing gear
- Full size, independent elevators provide level flight and improved aircraft climbing ability
- Main wing, rudder and elevators are all detachable making the aircraft easy to transport and easy to repair (no gluing)
- Fixed, scale landing gear design helps keep the F-22 lightweight and also improves the model's flying life
- Large ESC cooling vents help extend the life of the on-board electronics
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces (superior to foam hinges)
- Durable EPO material is stronger and more flexible than conventional foam airframes
- Brushless motor, ESC and servos come pre-installed for your convenience
- 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
- 4 Cell 14.8V 2200 mAh LiPo Battery with XT60 Connector - EPR22004PROX6
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
690mm / 27.2in
950mm / 37.4in
850g / 29.98oz
40A, XT60 Connector, internal SBEC
Propeller / EDF
64mm 12-Blade EDF
9g standard with 100mm lead : left elevator, left aileron, right aileron
Fixed main landing gear, steerable nose gear.
4S 14.8V 1600mAh to 2200Ah 30C LiPo
4 Channel computer radio
Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
Product Spare Parts
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Love to fly this plane
This plane is great , I just wish they would keep parts in stock I had a hard landing and need a new fuselage but can’t find one anywhere.
Underpowered F22 Raptor
This is an entry level, categorized by many as a EDF trainer due to its floaty characteristics. Manual has no instructions on ESC settings, No I DONT NEED TO CHECK ON THE INTERNET, include it with them. No instructions on how to hand launch, recommendations etc, compared to Eflite or Great Planes that their plane instructions explains throttle management and hand placement in fuselage. ESC is under-powered and seems to overheat after a few wide open throttle laps. I am trying to replace ESC, but its weird location near the ducted fan makes it difficult to find one with similar wire length and service access. IMO the foam could have been much lighter (hollow) and reinforced with carbon rods), but no, its one piece solid fuselage, and its a heavy foamie, 4S minimum. CG is way off, and elevator setting takes a few flights to trim until it flies straight hands off, not accurate as it shows on the instructions of a few degrees deflection. This should be a 2nd EDF, go for the Stinger and fly it on 3S, for first EDF. Elevator servos are underneath, grass needs to be perfect flat or else when landing and trying to flare may clip the elevator as the whole rear wings tip moves down and gets ripped on the grass. Do the flare, and immediately let go of elevator and let it land on its belly. So far it has hot glue on the nose because there is no specific instructions on how to hand launch it, nothing on how to set the ESC to your receiver and throttle, and CG was way off, do not set level, make it a little bit tail heavy, once the ducted fan kicks in the plane levels out.
I am about 4 months into my EDF journey so I don't have a lot of stick time with them, my first was the F9F 64mm it is small but fun to fly (which I don't have anymore, donated it for a club raffle) second is my Rebel 70mm what a fun sport jet, love it, third is the F22 4s WOW is about all I can say, fast light nimble, small and very touchy in the sky, on low rates I ended up with 45% expo on the ailerons and 10% throw. I did find out that you need a lot of elevator to get her off the ground, but also I'm in N. Utah at about 4800ft. and 80 degrees temp using a 2200mah 4s and getting 3 min. flight times at 3/4 throttle. Using Spektrum DX9 and the new 6 ch. antenna less receiver. I painted the underside of the wings an elevators black so as to see it better a tip from a long time EDF piolet till you get use to the speed, time and distance that they take. This little Jet is a floater but solid, just keep the gas on a bit fly her down set her up and land like butter.... ONE big note no rudders and for a guy that has been flying rudders for over 30yrs is a bit odd. She goes together super easy. Now I did pre order the new F35 she is all together ready to go. Was going to take it out today an maiden it but figured just to do the F22 today was about all this old guy could stand LOL
Freewing 64mm F-22 Raptor
What an absolute joy to fly! Let it gain some speed after you rotate before you bank and yank. Feels so locked in during flight and settles right in as it floats down for a perfect easy stress free landing! Using the admiral 2200’s on 4s. I have my favorites, and this just shot up to the top as far as joy and care free flying in the 64mm class of edf’s!
This plane looks and flies amazing. Very easy to hand launch although the front gear takes some thought to remove. Plenty of power with a 4S 2200mah battery.
Awesome fun scale landing softly very relaxing jet helps build confidence for more challenging jet perfect size it’s the one you can take one more to the field
Great looking plane, build is easy.
Easy to fly #s ail. 45 ele.45 expo 30 Perfect #s