Freewing Mirage 2000C-5 80mm EDF Jet - PNP
Freewing Mirage 2000C-5 80mm EDF Jet - PNP - FJ20611P
The Dassault Mirage 2000 is a French multirole, single-engine fourth-generation jet fighter manufactured by Dassault Aviation. It was designed in the late 1970s as a lightweight fighter based on the Mirage III for the French Air Force (Arme de l'Air). The Mirage 2000 evolved into a multirole aircraft with several variants developed, with sales to a number of nations. The variants include the Mirage 2000N and 2000D strike variants, the improved Mirage 2000-5 and several export variants. Over 600 aircraft were built and it has been in service with nine nations.
We are proud to offer the Mirage 2000 as our latest model in the 12 blade 80mm EDF offering. As you've come to expect from Freewing Model, the Mirage 2000 is loaded with scale features and performance componentry. The new 80mm 12-blade EDF with metal housing powered by a powerful 1750kV motor produces nearly 6 pounds of thrust for awesome speed and incredible maneuverability. The sound produced from the 12 blade EDF will simply blow you away. While 5 and 6 blade EDF produce a high pitched whining sound, the 12 blade EDF with metal housing produces the "whoosh" and air crushing sound similar to a gas turbine jet.
Additional upgraded features include a 80A Hobbywing ESC, 9g precision servos, and electronic retracts with full metal shock absorbing struts. Own the latest, highly detailed, best built RC foam jet on the market from Freewing - the Mirage 2000.
- 12 Blade factory balanced EDF with metal housing combined with 3530-1750KV brushless outrunner motor produces realistic jet turbine sound and an incredible 6 lbs of thrust
- Composite fan blades combined with metal EDF housing make the Mirage 2000 AMA compliant (the fan blades themselves are NOT metal, so there are no flying restrictions)
- Super scale details include hand painted, scale-sized pilots, full instrument panel, refueling probe, scale drop tanks, airfoil panel lines, and complete French Air Force graphics package
- 80 Amp Hobbywing ESC with 5A BEC
- Electronic retractable landing gear with all metal shock-absorbing struts
- Steerable, shock absorbing nose gear for enhanced ground maneuverability
- Spring operated nose gear door
- Carbon spars and EPO foam construction provide the perfect balance between strength and flexibility
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces (superior to foam hinges)
- Outrunner motor, servos, ESC and EDF come pre-installed for your convenience
- Removable magnetic nose cone, and removable wings and vertical stabilizer for convenient transport
- Freewing 80mm 12-Blade Metal EDF Mirage 2000C-5 - PNP
- 6 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 6 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 6 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 6 Cell 22.2V 4000 mAh LiPo Battery with EC5 connector - EPR40006PRO
- 6 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 6 cell (6S) charger from our Charger Collection
790mm / 31.10in
1250mm / 49.21in
2200g / 78oz
|CG (Center of Gravity)||check manual|
3530-1750kV Brushless Outrunner Motor
Electronic Speed Control
80A ESC, 5A BEC, EC5 Connector
Propeller / EDF
80mm Metal EDF with 12 Blade Fan
9g metal gear reverse with 300mm lead : nose gear steering
|Landing Gear||Electronic retractable main gear and steerable nose gear with all metal shock absorbing struts|
6S 22.2V 4000mAh 60C LiPo
|Skill Level||Intermediate / Advanced|
|Build Time||2 Hours|
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- August 9, 2018 - For modelers with access to a 3D Printer or who want to use a third party 3D printing service, we are offering for a limited time the original .STL files for free download. Modelers are responsible for preparing the file for their own printer’s specifications. These downloadable files are ideal for modelers who enjoy tinkering with printer settings and materials. Please note, we only provide the .STL files themselves; we cannot provide tech support for your specific printer. By downloading the .STL files, you agree to not monetize the file in any way without Motion RC’s express written consent. If you have your own 3D printer, or have access to one, you can download the STL files directly at these links:
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Is very tuchey on control's
Beautiful Jet However...
The whole front of the jet needs to be reworked. Fuseladge sides were very weak and the front landing gear didn't stay glued in. I have since redoubled the sides with plywood inside the battery compartment and this has made all the difference from a flier and from a trash bin queen. Not happy with my second freewing purchase.
The mirage came packaged and out of the box was really nice model. The issues started the first flight. Roll rate was too high and on take off spun out and crashed. The whole nose came off. That was the beginning. Reglued it and went back up. The weak part of the plane is the nose. I spared it from the nose all the way into the main body and used thin ply to reinforce the nose. Have had no issues since then. The second is the nose mount for the front retract. It is only held on two sides and breaks easy. I got the plastic kit to replace and that part was not in it. So I have glued that thing back in every time I fly it. Grass and even landing in high alpha pop it out every time. Also if you use a 5000 pack to get the C.G. right you will have to hollow out the main Cavity a little bit and works great. Besides the issues I’ve stated the thing flys really well and is fast. The color is kinda hard to see an will disappear on yeah if you take your eyes off it. I repainted mine to a red and white.
Been waiting for this plane to complete my collection
Using parts and plans from the rc geek I will be making this Mirage into the Israeli KFIR He has made several key parts with 3D printed plastic replacing the nose and tail, modifying the wing and making a new vertical fin. The Scorpion nose strut with the single wheel replaces the dual tires and strut provided. Wiping the decals and paint off with Acetone and paper towels then to fill the gaps and panel lines with hobby filler sanding lightly then a few coats of polycrylic sanding lightly until it is ready to paint and decal with Callie graphics and decals the rc geek made.
130 mph Mirage
Have had the Mirage for a year now with many flights on it. Stock out of the box it was easy to get 100 mph. I then installed a 3658-1820 Freewing inrunner . Then I could easily get 110 to 115 mph. After a while I removed the landing gear and covered the wheel wells and made the plane as lite and smooth as possible. Now I could get 120 mph straight and level with no problem. Today with no wind with along shallow dive it reached 130 mph. I used an Admiral 4000 60c bat. and Eagle Tree Guardian stabilizer. I now use a launcher to get airborn and belly land on grass. Only problem with this plane is getting it to slow down for landing. To have such problems.
Poor build instructions
The delivery was quick with no damage. When I went to build the plane there were parts of the plane not covered by the instructions. The small fins for example and the antenna. The major problem was the CG. I balanced the plan to the forward end of the CG and almost didn't get it off the ground on a 600 ft runway. As mentioned by most the aileron throws were off as well. I set them to .25 inches and they were still to sensitive and compounded the problem with the CG. I was unable to bring the plane back and land it. I will get another one but will do more research on calculating the CG for a delta wing.
If you want speed.. You got it. Stock setup running a Turnigy zippy 40c 4000 6s lipo- Consistently getting 105-109mph on high speed passes. With a gyro (Eagletree A3, the $23 gyro) on VERY minimal settings, this jet flies like it's on rails. AWESOME high angle approaches on landing. Looks beautiful in the sky too! Flying it safely at ~4mins. No real bad tendencies even with the gyro off. I would not suggest flying this aircraft with full aileron roll rates..Unless you're trying to mimic a drill bit but that's your call! Plane came boxed up nicely with absolutely NO damage from shipping. Another A++++++++ product from MotionRC. Settings on my DX7s Transmitter: Aileron : (HIGH) D/R: 75 EXPO: 70 (LOW) D/R: 55 EXPO: 55 Elevator: (HIGH) D/R: 75 EXPO: 65 (LOW) D/R: 55 EXPO: 45 Rudder: NONE. I typically fly it with the elevator in my HIGH rate as listed above with aileron in LOW.