Freewing SU-35 Gray Camo Twin 70mm EDF Thrust Vectoring Jet - PNP
Freewing SU-35 Dual 70mm Vectored Thrust EDF Jet - Receiver Ready - FJ30311P(F3101B)
NEW! Now comes with dual 12-Blade EDF fans instead of the old 6 blade fans.
This 3D version of the Freewing SU-35 has more thrust (3000g) than the regular version. The ESC has now been upgraded to dual 60A Hobbywing ESC as of July 2013. The size of the Freewing SU-35 is an amazing site to behold. This plane is one of the largest, most sophisticated, foam EDF jets made. Whether you like scale flight or outlandish maneuvers, the Freewing SU-35 can do it all. We think the Freewing SU-35 is one of the most entertaining EDF jets out there. The specs alone are amazing. The SU-35 is built from EPS foam and has nylon hinged control surfaces, shock absorbing landing gear, dual motors, dual ESC, dual 70mm EDF fans, and runs on a 6 cell LiPo battery. We are not sure what else to ask for in an EDF jet.
- NEW! Dual Hobbywing 60A ESC
- NEW! EC5 ESC Connector
- NEW! 12 Blade EDF Fans
- Dual 70mm electronic ducted fans (EDF)
- 360 degree vectored thrust for incredible maneuvers (hover, flip turns, etc.)
- Durable shock absorbing landing gear
- Nylon hinges on all control surfaces (superior to foam hinges
- Brushless motor, ESC and servos installed
- Freewing SU-35 Gray Camo Twin 70mm EDF Thrust Vectoring Jet - PNP
- 7 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 7 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 7 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 7 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 6 Cell 22.2V 5000 mAh 50C LiPo battery with EC5 Connector EPR50006 or 6 Cell 22.2V 4000 Pro mAh Lipo Battery with EC5 Connector - EPR40006PRO
- 6 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 6 cell (6S) charger from our Charger Collection
1080mm / 42.5in
1630mm / 64in
2x Brushless 3048-2150KV
2x 60A Hobbywing, EC5 connector
Propeller / EDF
2x 70mm EDF
9g standard with 100mm lead : vector 3, rudder
Servoless electric retracts, shock absorbers
One 6S 3300mAh 30C or Two 3S 3700mAh LiPo
7 Channel computer radio with mixing ability
Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
Product Spare Parts
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- October 19, 2013 - The wiring procedure to achieve in-flight on/off selection of the thrust vectoring flight modes is an advanced feature, and accordingly this aircraft is recommended for advanced pilots only. A general wiring diagram is discussed in the manual, but pilots should expect some time to test various wiring arrangements themselves to optimize the thrust vectoring controls to their individual preference.
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I see that I've now been flying this model for over 2 years and it is still my favorite. It really has no bad flight characteristics - slow flight is amazing, over 100mph at WOT, and the thrust vectoring allows some of the maneuvers you see the full-size SUs doing at Russian air shows, such as cobras, back flips and flat spins. I have mine set up with flaperons and tailerons (and, of course, TV).
This is one of my favorite EDFs
I was afraid this plane would be a handful but it's a great flying EDF, it will do crazy 3D maneuvers but is still easy to fly and land. I liked it so good I also got the tan camo version.
Take your time building this, will surprise you at how well it's put together.
Great Plane, vectoring works great and very nice plane to start with.
I received this model August 28, 2018. The assembly of the plane and programming the control surface took roughly about 3 hours, and the model was ready for its first flight the very next day. As mentioned by other who wrote a review, the SU-35 flies extremely well with predictable handling characteristics. The model is quite visible in flight, very aerobatic, and it has a low landing speed. Unfortunately, I am very disappointed in the weakness found in the nose landing gear mounting support. I have complete only twelve (12) flights with my SU-35, and I have had the nose gear ripped out of the airframe three time during soft landing. In my opinion, there is not enough material (foam) supporting the nose landing gear unit to handle very many landing. Needless to say, I really like the way the Freewing SU-35 flies, but I overall not very happy.
Love this plane
This is my second one after crashing the other two years ago. The crash was my fault from hitting LVC on one of the escs while trying to climb out of a high alpha maneuver. It made for a uncontrollable spine because the other esc was going full power. That was a great lesson to have and I now disabled any kind of LVC on all my planes and use a plug in alarm on the balance leads or voltage telemetry instead. I had been waiting for another kit version of the SU, which I don't think is ever going to be available anymore, and decided to get the PNP after seeing that the power system is upgraded. I will not be using the 60 amp escs that is included. Im sure they would be fine, but im using a set of hobbywing 80amp. In my experience, the compartment that the escs are stored in does not get much airflow and the escs heat up too much for my comfort with spirited back to back battery pack hot swap flying. I have also learned some of the weak points of the plane and have made the mods to this one before I maiden. The landing gear is weak for anything but paved landing area. This plane can come in hot if you cant program flaps, and takes up my entire 400 foot runway and sometimes goes into the low cut grass at the end which really beat up the front gear unless I can land it at the first 75 feet. I beefed up the front gear with some wood reinforcements and gorilla glued the entire retract into place. I raised the front landing gear by putting a 1/8" piece of wood and switched out the rear main wheels for smaller 50mm diameter ones from the Me262 to get the plane in a more nose up attitude to make takeoff and landings smoother. I also replaced the plastic nose gear steering servo with one out of my F18 v2 that is metal gear. (that was a fun plane for two years, but my savox elevon servo kicked the bucket when in flight and ended that one) I also glued the wings and verticals and reinforced the mounting box of the verticals with a couple small pieces of wood. This was not because the plane has defects in the design, but i feel it made the wings and verticals more rigid and gave the plane a more locked in feel when flying especially in the wind. My last su35 flew just fine with out these mods, but longevity of the frame with anything but good landing is not the best. If you have a smaller runway to land at I would suggest doing a flap mix. I have become better at mixes since the first su35 and have programmed my dx18 with a 9 channel RX to have elevons on the horizontals and flaperons on the wings that are mixed so that when the flaps are deployed that those surfaces are not moving with aileron input. This will keep the plane nice and steady for those slower landings and keep you from beating up the landing gear as much trying to get down on a smaller runway. I feel these are just small mods that need to be done and i still give the plane 5 stars because it has a amazing flight envelope, it hardly has any tip stall with the counter rotating fans and would only do it if you are getting ****** slow with it, the thrust vectoring is amazing when set up right, it can go fast, do flat spins, cobra maneuvers, etc and is a field favorite that everyone will stop flying just to watch this beautiful bird take to the air. Looking forward to the maiden in hopefully a week. I just got my hobbywing flyfun v5 with reverse thrust option last night and am putting the final touches on it. haha, anything I can do to get this big bird to slow down on the landings.
SU-35 Nice flier so far
Took my new-out of the box SU-35 out for a maiden today. I did not activate the vectored nozzles because I wanted to get everything sorted. The plane was perfectly trimmed, but nose heavy with the 4500mah 6s slid to the front of the tray. I balanced it at home with the battery further back, but at the field it felt tail heavy so I moved the battery forward...result was a pretty nose heavy craft but still easy to fly. Excellent glider for a heavy EDF. Not super fast and feels a little heavy in a moderate bank at 3/4 throttle. Would have given 4-5 stars but just prior to my second flight, the right elevator servo failed. Great it happened on the ground, bad it happened after a single flight. Overall fit and finish and ease of assemble was pretty good.
Sukhoi 35 Gray Cammo
Excellent aircraft, and attention to detail. Ultra manoeverable, and realistic representation of this aircraft