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EDF 70mm

 SONEX EDF 70mm      (EDF 70mm)

The SubSonex is an experimental, single-place, amateur-built jet from Sonex Aircraft's "Hornet's Nest" development division. The aircraft is often referred to in the industry as a "microjet". The SubSonex is single engine, jet aircraft similar in design to an Onex, with a Waiex style Y tail. It was introduced at AirVenture 2009. It is powered by a Czech-built PBS TJ-100 turbojet engine mounted above the aft fuselage, with the exhaust exiting between the Y-tail.

Now VQ introduces the ARF SubSonex with EDF 70mm and it is the first VQ EDF model . It was design with very light weight and use as a first jet trainer .

- All Balsa and lite-ply construction
Fully covered in weathered detail
- Control surfaces pre-hinged and installed
- Two piece wing with Aluminium Wing Joiner  

- Wingspan: 1400mm (55.12in.)
- Fuselage lenght: 1290mm (50.79in.)
- Weight (ready to fly): 2.3kg - 2.4kg
- Electric motor: EDF 70mm - 2750kw
- Battery: Lipo 14,8V - 4500mAh
- Radio req: 6 channels with 6 servos
                (6 x 19gramns servos /
                 7 channels with option E-retract)

- Assembly instructions with stage photos
- Aluminium Wing joiner
- Decals and all hardware
- Fix gear (main and nose gear)
- Plastic cover for EDF

- E-Retracts: VQ-ARE28

Does not include: radio, motor, glue, and silicon fuel line

Product code: VQAEDF01 (Red Vers.)         VQAEDF02 (Green Vers.)         VQAEDF03 (US Vers.)

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