Freewing Stinger Red 64mm EDF Jet - PNP
64mm Freewing Stinger Jet - Receiver Ready (PNP) - FJ10411P
The Freewing Stinger 64 is one of the best values in RC EDF jets. It has good speed and great flight characteristics right out of the box. We think the Freewing 64mm EDF jets are some of the most entertaining jets out there. The Stinger 64 is built from durable EPO foam and uses nylon hinges which are superior to a foam hinge. Hand launching and belly landing is a breeze.
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- Durable EPO foam construction
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
- Stable at slower speeds and easy to control even 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
- 3 Cell 11.1V 1600 mAh Lipo Battery with XT60 Connector - EPR16003X6
- 3 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 3 cell (3S) charger from our Charger Collection
Brushless 2627-4300kV Motor
30A, Internal BEC with XT60 Connector
Propeller / EDF
64mm 5-Blade EDF
9g digital gear standard with 300mm lead : left aileron, right aileron, left elevator
None standard. Optional gear available in spare parts.
3S 11.1V 1600mAh 25C 3 cell LiPo with XT60 Connector
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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Great jet a little under powered when you throw it but it’s not the 4s version over all is really a great flying edf this is my first and it’s pretty quick but slows down well also just a good flying small jet
Not fast enough better with a 4S I hope.
I'm about to assemble number 5. O LOVE this jet. I do add gear though, I have hand launched, rather shaken, but itcan be done. I've flown the geared ones that I own and can't get enough. Ive tried both 3 and 4 cell versions, but personally prefer 3. Gotta run, number 5 calls.
Harder to fly than a hot prop driven aircraft. Landings a lot faster to keep the wings flying until touchdown.
This is my second Stinger, it is my favorite for two or three late day flights. Cannot imagine not always having one in my hanger.
I've purchased a couple planes from Motion RC. They have delivered as promised and the planes I chose were of great quality without problems out of the box. I have tested all the components on the Stinger and everything works. Just need to wait until spring to actually fly. (I should have purchased the Stinger when Motion RC had it on sale, but when their price went up and other vendors no longer had it, I had to purchase, even though I am 3 months from being able to use it. Will do business with them again.
I have had a Stinger 90 for 4 years now and is a go to model in my fleet, with a stable performance, 4minute flight time and good of grass. So how would the Stinger 64 compare? I was wanting a hand launch jet for winter use when our grass strip wont allow EDF ROG, I decided to order the F8 Crusader and the Stinger 64 to satisfy my scale and sports flying style. The Stinger 64 went together well and in less than an hour complete with all components fitting together nicely using screws provided with only one component, a short length of top deck, requiring gluing. All servos, linkages, and hinges were checked and all were found sound. The servos centralised perfectly when powered up with only one elevator push rod requiring altering to obtin an equal setting. The ESC was calibrated and handling thrust seamed very powerful. There were no suggested throw settings included in my manual and browsing through forums gave me a wide verity of different settings so I decided to fall back on my own preferred personal settings of Elevator - 30% up/down movement achieved by setting the endpoint to 80% on both up and down, DR is set to 100% 75% & 60% with 30% expo on all three stages. Aileron - 25% up/down movement achieved by setting the endpoint to 70% on both up and down, DR is set to 100% 75% & 60% with 30% expo on all three stages. Rudder - As much movement as possible with expo at 60% (fix stting). Happy with the setup it was off to the field for the maiden. The day was broken cloud, light but variable wind from the west swinging through N&S, Aritemperature +6C. For the maiden I used an Admiral 2200mah 3S 35C Lipo. This was set as far back in the battery bay as possible to acheive the given CG. All powered up and ready for launch with DR set to 100% just incase allot of throw was needed on the launch. A club memeber helped me for the first launch allowing me to have all fingers at the ready on the throttle/switches. A perfect launch follwed by a straight flight out to a sfe height where 20% up elevator trim and 3 clicks of right aileron was added. A flight of just under 4 minutes followed with all the manouvers attempted and acheived with ease. What a feeling a succesfull maiden with a grin from ear to ear. What a fun model and at a great price with a bonus of that wonderful sound from the 6 bladed fan. Would I have the 4S version? for me personally the 3S has great fun element and enough speed but if you are a speed freak then go for the 4S Negatives - My only negative is the weak nose which borke of on the thrird landing at the from of the batter bayand the fuselage split to the canopy, all an easy fix but anoying none the less. I also found CG different to that suggested in the manual and on the second flight moved the battery 10mm forward giving the Stinger a much more balanced feel Both the stinger 64 and F8 Crusader fit exaclty the requirements I was looking for. You can see my maiden flight at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjQogCwBHWY&t=161s
Aircraft design and construction very good. Setup of flight control surfaces not good. Missing in the included manual. Out of box settings provided way too much throw. For an initial flight. My experienced pilot had a very hard time getting through the first two flights. He brought it to a very good landing despite extreme sensitivity of the controls. We adjusted the controls to provide lower control surface throws. Now waiting for a low wind day to get final flight control sensitivity adjustments completed. The were NO recommended control surface throw recommendations. That needs to be corrected. The out of box settings will make a crash a high probability.
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