Freewing Stinger High Performance 4S Blue 64mm EDF Jet - PNP
64mm Freewing Stinger EDF Jet High Performance - Blue - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FJ10422P
One of the best RC EDF jets is now even better (and faster). The Freewing Stinger HP now comes with a 12 blade fan with 2836-3300Kv motor, 40A HobbyWing ESC, servos, and runs on a 4S 2200mAh LiPo pack. Yes, the Stinger HP is extremely fast and agile. If you liked the Stinger 64, you will love the Stinger HP. This new Stinger HP has fantastic speed and great flight characteristics right out of the box. We at Motion RC think the Freewing 64mm EDF jets are some of the most entertaining jets out there and this one tops them all. The Stinger HP is built from durable EPO foam and uses nylon hinges which are superior to a foam hinge. Hand launching and belly landing continues to be a breeze but slightly more difficult than the original Stinger due to the extra weight of all the upgrades.
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- NEW! Now includes 12 blade fan with 2836-3300KV motor
- Durable EPO foam construction
- 98% Glueless assembly
- Upgraded Motor, ESC, and Servos suitable for running on a 4S LiPo pack
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
- Stable at slower speeds and extremely fast at full throttle
- 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 - EPR22004X6
- 4 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 4 cell (4S) charger from our Charger Collection
Brushless 2836-3300kV Outrunner Motor
40A, Internal SBEC, XT60 connector
Propeller / EDF
64mm 12-blade EDF
9g digital gear standard with 300mm lead : left aileron, right aileron, left elevator
None standard. Optional gear available in spare parts.
4S 14.8V 2200mAh 30C 4 cell LiPo
Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
Product Spare Parts
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- Freewing Stinger 64 EDF Jet Instruction Manual
- Freewing 30A ESC Programming Manual (3S Version)
- Freewing ESC Programming Manual (4S Version)
- May 7, 2013 - Both the 3S and 4S Stinger 64 jets ship in the same box which is marked 3S. To visually confirm your model is the 4S version, simply look at the fan, only the 4S version Stinger has a 12-blade fan.
- May 6, 2013 - Many customers have asked about recommended throw rates for this model as the manual does not list them. We have added that information below for your convenience:
- Aileron High Rate: 20mm, Low Rate: 14mm
- Elevator High Rate: 20mm, Low Rate: 14mm
- Rudder High Rate: 12mm, Low Rate: 8mm
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Flies extremely well even in windy conditions. Cockpit has to be opened up by 2mm in width to fit a 2200 mah lipo. 4 mins of conservative throttle leaving approx 20% in pack. 2200 balances it just right. Goes vertical on about 3/4 throttle for some height. WOT it just keeps going up!
I modded my 64m 3 cell version with the 12 blade 4 cell set up. Also fitted a 50 amp ESC. Took out about 2mm each side of the cockpit to neatly fit a Zippy 2200 35C Lipo. Just over half throttle in to alight head wind and it's away. With some conservative flying and a couple of fun bursts of power to climb vertical and snap rolls I get 4.5 mins with 25% capacity left. With the 12 blade it is not noisy at all, quite stealthy in fact until you push the throttle up towards the top and then you will hear the whoosh. I prefer my large gas and electric planes but the fact you can have this ready and waiting for some instant fun it cannot be beaten. Tx set up is max elevator and low rates on aileron, say 5mm each way.
this plane was my first edf and i expected it to be hard to fly so i set up a gyro system and got a 50 second flight and had a very hard landing so i took the gyro out and it flies great. i absolutely love this plane
Great little plane to learn how to fly a jet. Fast and tough for a foam plane, I'm very happy with it.
My best flying small jet, fast, stable, lands good,it my be small, for the price, it's a steal.
This is my first EDF although I have hundreds of hours of flight time with other plane types (mainly 3D). I flew my first three batteries this morning and am very happy! I was concerned with hand launches but all three were a breeze - no drama at all. I went with an underhand 45 degree pitch and full throttle. I had a S6R stabilizer installed as insurance for the first launch but the gain was too high at 40% and I got some nasty oscillations till I shut it off, then she tracked perfectly. I probably keep the stabilizer turned off as it's not needed. Compared to the models I usually fly, this one feels fast and turns wide. I noted a lot more rudder coupling than I'm used to so I'll need to get used to that. It definitely looks and sounds great during low passes - just simple nascar loops are exciting at this point! The build was easy but the instructions could be better. Build took me an 1-2 hours but I could do another one in half that now that I've sorted where the different length screws are supposed to go and know that no stabilizer setup is needed. The 4S 2200 battery I'm using needed some sanding to fit in the canopy but CG is at perfect neutral with it installed. The canopy has little to no extra space so don't expect to have an easy time fitting in any extra modules, such as voltage telemetry. Overall I'm very satisfied with my purchase and look forward to exploring what this thing can do!
Assembly is a breeze! Plane flys great!! Just make sure to cut the endpoints down to about 50% and set 30-40% expo and she flys like a dream!!!
Good jet for the money.
Origionally i tried to hand launch the jet and it immediately flipped and ran into the ground. I dont think this is a CG problem cause i check and my CG was fine. Im flying in Colorado at 8500 ft so i think that might be an issue. I repaired everything and got the landing gear. This time i got it up into the air but it just felt gutless. Nothing like all the Youtube videos made it look like. I would not recommend if you fly at high elevations.
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