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Stinger 64 MK2 4S EDF Sport Jet 700mm EPO (PNF)

Stinger 64 MK2 4S EDF Sport Jet 700mm EPO (PNF)
Stinger 64 MK2 4S EDF Sport Jet 700mm EPO (PNF)

The Stinger 64 MK2 has taken "style" to a whole new level with its vibrant new paint scheme and wicked graphics! We've also added metal gear servos and upped the power with an all new 4S EDF system, the Stinger 64 MK2 now has all the speed and performance that you're looking for right out of the box! 
The EPO construction & pre-applied decals are all excellent quality, in fact as you are assembling the Stinger your confidence grows with it, everything is just "right". Assembly time is really fast, the servos, EDF & ESC all being pre-installed. The aileron servo arms are protected by covers, there are hand launch pockets molded into the under-wing, really strong magnets for the canopy & a nice clean battery bay where everything fits just so, this jet has been really well thought out.
The Stinger MK2 looks great and manages to fly even better! There is a servo per elevator and of course it has an effective rudder as all Sport Jets should. All of the servos are metal geared and are mounted at the rear with short control rods, the end result is precision. Although this jet features a powerful new 4S EDF system and can tear up the skies when you want, it's not just all about full has a large flight envelope and is quite happy flying at low speed, ultra stable and ultra predictable. This makes the Stinger MK2 ideal for the budding jet pilot, but wind it up and it becomes a brilliant aerobatic model! Jet aerobatics always look exciting and there is nothing the Stinger MK2 can't do and almost effortlessly. Stinger 64 MK2 has it all, looks, performance, power, price & quality, just make sure you take plenty of batteries to the field, this jet is totally addictive!
• Vibrant new paint scheme and graphics
• Powerful 4S EDF system pre-installed
• Metal gear servos
• Full 4-channel control
• Plug and fly - simply add your own battery and radio system

Wingspan: 700mm
Length: 800mm
Flying Weight: 570~600g
EDF: 64mm with 2836 3500kv Brushless Outrunner
ESC: 40A w/BEC
Servo: 9g metal gear x 5

Stinger 64 MK2 EDF Jet
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Your Own 4~5 Channel Transmitter and Receiver
1800mAh~2200MaH 4S Lipoly Battery

PRODUCT ID: 9087000038

2 1:IC/2:Elec 4 Channel 700mm (27.56in) 800mm (31.50in) 570g (1.254lb)

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Total of 195 discussions.
Jake  3 points - 10/6/2016
Hello, couple of questions...
Firstly I have ordered a 7 blade fan for my stinger, what is your opinion on a 7 blade fan compared to a 5 blade fan?

Secondly, what dual rates and expo would you recommend?

Jake  3 points - 10/2/2016
I went to the warehouse but i was told when i got there that they are not open on Saturdays and i cant get there in the week. not sure what else to try i think I've exhausted most options. I am not convinced its a faulty esc as when i plug it into the aileron port i have power but absolutely nothing when in the throttle port
 DylanT 6290 points
Hi Jake, i would try another ESC in the model if you have one , just to power it all up and ensure its working if it doesnt than i would suggest raising an RMA and sending the item back. i have never had any prblems with the UK warrnty dept and they have dealt with ussues swiftly. I hope this helps
 LasseK 1771 points
Jake, have you checked that your throttle isn't programmed inverted? That is, could it be so that when you have the stick at idle you actually have full throttle? If this is OK, then have you performed throttle calibration? That is, put the throttle at full power, power up the model, when you hear the beeps that indicate calibration (sound different on different ESCs so can't tell you how it should sound), then quickly pull the throttle back to idle? After that the ESC should initialize and work normally. If you power the receiver through another port, then the throttle channel _must_ be able to make a servo move in accordance with changes on the throttle stick. Else, you _may_ have throttle hold or some other anomaly on the throttle channel, or the receiver may be broken. Good luck!
Jake  3 points - 9/29/2016
Still having problems, can anybody help me? I seem to have run out of things to try.
 meadowhay 1287 points
Hi Jake. Have you checked the trim position of the throttle stick? It might be that it's not central. Otherwise, have you considered popping over to the Uk warehouse, I think it's quite near to you. They've always been pretty helpful there by all accounts!
 Jake 3 points
hello, thank you very much for the reply i appreciate the help. Yes i have tried that but still no joy. when i plug the battery in i just have a contant beep, if i plug the esc into any other port on the rx, i then get fast beeps, they then stop and then i have power. seems like it just wont work on the throttle port. you reckon they would replace it for me if i went to see them?
Jake  3 points - 9/28/2016
hello, following on from my previois question... i just plugged the esc into the aileron port on the receiver, the esc b***ped really fast and then i had power! so i presume the esc is fine and i just need some help getting this onto the throttle stick? if i plug the esc into the throttle port on the rx the esc just b***ps? thanks guys
Jake  3 points - 9/28/2016
hey everyone, wonder if you can help... i have just put my stinger together and everything works but the throttle, the esc just keeps b***ping. im using a spektrum ar500 5ch receiver. i have tried resetting the model on my tranny and have tried plugging another servo into the throttle port but i still have no movement on the throttle stick. does anybody have any suggestions or ideas i can try? thank you
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Had the maiden flight of this little beast today in quite gusty conditions,it is so powerful it literally flys out of your hand and gets own step very quickly,I had my rates on 50pcnt with 30pcnt expo an it was still very manoeuvrable and you really have to concentrate to keep control of the thing as its FAST and gets small very quickly indeed.
Model went together in around 40 minutes and the hardest part of this is feeding the elevator and rudder wires through the fuselage,the rest just screws together,I'm using a 1800 flight pack and it balances the model well and lasted about 4 minutes of ballistic flat out flight,landing is a breeze as it does float quite well.
All in all a great model that will get the adrenaline pumping! Love it!

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Maiden mk2 yesterday. Had several fights. Needed very little trimming. Hand launch was easy over handed. Had to add just a touch of weight to get CG right. Used 60pct d/r. Only difficulty I found that as it was cloudy sunday and the busy colour scheme made it hard to see in the sky.. Have painted out pink on underside of wings this made the orientation much easier. All in all great edf jet and great fun. Won't be disappointed.

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Stinger 64 MK2 4S EDF Sport Jet 700mm EPO (PNF) Stinger 64 MK2 4S EDF Sport Jet 700mm EPO (PNF)

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Amazingly easy build, took about 30 minutes total (with radio setup). I would recommend that you take a small amount of hot-glue to firmly secure the wings and rudder to the fuse (though I do this with EVERY foam plane I fly, just to make sure the flight experience is as rigid and solid as possible)

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Oh yeah! If you want to spend a measly hundred dollars on something else other than this plane, you must be stark raving mad. It's an absolute beauty. Tons and tons of fun. Takes off easily, flies easily, lands easily, goes really fast and is pretty nimble in between. Looks great. Very pleased with mine. Hoping to keep it in one piece but I know from the last stinger that these planes can take a hit and can be repaired. Definitely recommended.

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