The Sukhoi SU-35 is a single-seat, twin-engine super maneuverable multirole fighter. In the 1980s, Sukhoi was looking to upgrade its high-performance SU-27. The resultant SU-35 embodies aerodynamic refinements to give it more maneuverability, greatly enhanced avionics, longer range, and a more powerful engine. The first prototype, converted from a production SU-27, made its maiden flight in June 1988. This highly scale twin 70mm EDF model embodies all of the performance and good looks of the real SU-35 aircraft. With its brilliant military paint scheme, detailed pilot and scale decals, this famous fighter jet really looks the part! With features such as electronic servoless retracts, functional nose-wheel gear doors, all-moving tail plane, working rudders and 360° thrust vectoring, this model has everything you could ask for and more! It even features removable bolt-on wings & vertical stabs making transportation/storage a breeze. Powered by twin 70mm fan units with 2300kv motors, 55A ESCs and 6S lipoly, the SU-35 has greater than a 1:1 power-to-weight ratio allowing for the most radical of flight maneuvers! This twin 70mm SU-35 arrives in PNF form, so all that is needed is to add your own 6ch TX/RX and a 6S 3700~4000mAh lipoly to be in the air! Features:Powerful 6S twin 70mm EDF system pre-installed Expertly painted highly detailed color schemeRemovable bolt-on wings/vertical stabsFull 360° thrust vectoringElectronic servoless retracts Functional nose-wheel gear doors All-moving tail planeWorking rudders Specs:Wingspan: 1080mmLength: 1630mmFlying Weight: 2600gThrust: 3000gMotor: 2849-2300KV x 2ESC: 55A x 2Servos: 9g x 9 / 17g MG digital x 2Requires:Your own 6ch TX/RX 6S 3700~4000mAh lipoly
Este aviã*o é* muito lindo e pelos videos que eu tenho visto e acompanhado, voa muita bem. O grande problema da HobbyKing é* que nã*o envia para o Brasil,,,pois esta perdendo venda para outros sites..fico muito triste por nã*o poder comprar este í*tem para o Brasil.
Leandro chega no ponto que informa que a opç*ã*o do frete nã*o pode ser enviado pelo taman ho da caixa. ja tentei vá*ias vezes mas nã*o completa de forma alguma...Leandro você* já* comprou este jato? já* recebeu aqui no Brasil..me mande seu email por favor.
EU nã*o entendo, o tamanho, o peso, a cubagem é* menor do que o tamanho má*ximo que disponibiliza a HobbyKing e ainda sim informa que o tamanho é* demais grande para enviar para o Brasil. Tenho a opç*ã*o (SING POST) que me dá* o valor de U$93,00 o frete, mais nã*o autoriza. Me ajudem de alguma forma por favor.......
Joã*o Wagner ou Leandro,
Já* compraram este aviã*o da HobbyKing para ser entregue aqui no Brasil? POis eu já* tentei de tudo que é* jeito, me mande o telefone de vcs pra me orientar. nã*o passa de jeito nenhum, tento comprar só* o aviã*o mais nada. fala que o pacote é* muito grande. Você* Joã*o Wagner comprou da HobbyKing? me ajudem....
Amigo comprou para chegar no Brasil? eu já* comprei mais 80 ordens da Hobbyking, mas quando eu estou fechando a compra do SU-35, quando chega na hora do frete o site nã*o libera de jeito nenhum, mas eu sei que tem um jeito você* comprou..fala que o tamanho é* muito grande e nã*o passa.****o vc fez me oriente.
Genilson, entrega sim, pode comprar com tranquilidade, o site é* muito confiá*vel e as encomendas vem muito bem embaladas! va no produto que pretende comprar e clique em "add to cart" depois clique em continue, coloque seu endereç*o e clique em continue entã*o selecione tipo de entrega (frete) e meio de pagamento. Clique em continue para finalizar sua compra. abraç*o!
Leandro obrigado pela dica, mais o site fala que a encomenda é* muito grande e nã*o passa para fechar a compra...o que eu tenho que fazer, qual a saí*da. tem alguma té*cnica pra bular o sistema dos correios para essa enomenda passar?
Genilson trê*s pontos - 2013/02/05
Joa * o Wagner UO Leandro, ja compraram * Este Avia * o da HobbyKing pará*grafo Ser entregue Aqui no Brasil? Pois eu JÁ* * tentei de Tudo Que E * Jeito, me mande o telefone de vcs pra me orientar. nã* * o Passa de Jeito Aucune, tento comprar so * o * o Avia Mais nada. Fala Que o Pacote E * Muito grande. Você*. * Joã*o * o Wagner comprou da HobbyKing? me ajudem
can any one say the closest area to cut open to see The ESC , My esc . maby one blew but i not sure what one ,but its smells bad,. reciever i think could also be gone due to the cheap ESC fitted ./ Where do i get in to them i have a few 55amp of good type to fitt ,,yet i better ask if any one else Has this problem.
Both my ESCs blew as well. Undo the 4 screws that hold the hatch with all the angled slats between the engine intakes. you should be able to see the ESCs through the hatch. Also, the long plastic cover running between the engine nacelles is held with double sided tape and can be fairly easily pulled off do gain access to the motor/esc wires
I am getting doubts with the nanotech batteries. I've been flying mine 5 to 6 mins using 4500 and 5000 30C standard turnigy packs, including high power aerobatics and the batteries are fine. Theoretically your nanotechs should be more than up to the job. My 2200 45-90C and 2250 65-1330C 3S nanotechs are going the same way, using little power but still getting round.
Can you land this like a regular aircraft by lowering the landing gears and landing it on a strip, or could you land it like they do on aircraft carriers and stretch out an industrial rubber band and slam the throttle then ease off?
This jet lands beautifuly in the regular way. I don't see why you can't try carrier landing. Attach an arrestor hook that won't rip off, set a snatch cable that won't catch on your landing gear and rip them out aswell. Do some reading up on RC carrier landing too
one of my edf impeller.
i thnik 2 buy this impeller
but original one was one normale and one reverse ???
can I put the twooo same ?
can i mount one reverse ???
I think original motor can't support this impeller ?
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__29287__ DPS_Series_70mm_EDF_10_Blade_Replacement_Impeller.ht ml
thx a lot
They all come that way with the exception of what I think your concerned with is dedicating a battery to each power train. Not advisable. Its too easy for them to get out of sink, allowing one batteries condition to inbalance the resultant thrust. And even this model can get tricky flying on one motor.
Yeah, i'm just thinking about that, that's all electrics i have now. Now, for the orginal PNF SU35, how long can it fly, i means just flying stable, not loop, roll, cobra...... (about 50-80 % thrust ). Thank you very much for that
stable flying from a 5000mAh at 2kg thrust to maintain level flight you may stretch out to 5min. I've flown my Zippy 5800mAh 838g out to 5.5 min and started LVC cutout gliding to the field* which is particularly not good for a Zippy draining it too far. I recovered the battery during charge but if done repeatedly, the battery would have a harder time maintaining the full usable capacity.
The more the battery weight the more minimum thrust needed to maintain level flight. Lighter batteries with lower C 30C or so are better for that kind of flying. Check the battery chart we made for the SU-35 with various types of batteries. www.link
generally though most set flight time to 3 1/2 min, and then set up for landing at that point with the safty of 1 or 2 go arounds. So most on RCG came to the conclusion not to expect to go much past 4 min unless its an emergency or you have an acceptional battery.
Hi. Yes this does come with a manual, gives you CG and all. I would suggest good 2-part epoxy to glue it. Though it is only the nose cone, tail and the small vertical tails underneath that need glue, all the wings, stabilators and vertical tails bolt on.
The model is made around a 7 channel radio which provides independent TV control in pitch roll. Any 9 channel gives a number of additional options.
9 channels allowed separating the rudder, steering and TV Yaw control.
Others opt for full functioning taileron (tail plans in pitch and roll) and ailerons with added flapperon/spoileron function. Individual wires have to be restrung for the later.
I wouldn't try it. This has two EDfs along with the thrust-vectoring and they require a lot of power. I use a 6s 6000mah battery. The manual makes it very clear that you should use 6s batteries with this plane.
7 min even with a 6000mAh is optimistic. We've listed and video'd and timed several batteries with the Su-35 and generally 4 min is expected with a 750g 5000mAh 65C mixed flying.
Some even tried gliding their flights and LVC'd at 6min. Battery weights that go over 800g are fine for stright flying cruise the holds back any vertical due to excessive weight.
there are plenty of details on RCgroups in the SU-35 thread.
Ola... quero comprar SU-35, queria saber se voces entregam no brasil, pois nao consigo passar da pagina da web de entrega, entao queria ver se "HobbyKing" vende por partes ou entrega em duas caixas. aguardo retorno...
hello ... want to buy SU-35, was wondering if you guys deliver in Brazil, because I can not pass the web page delivery, then wanted to see if "HobbyKing" sells for delivery in two parts or boxes ... I await return
I have not done it myself, but apparently if you use the more lighter battery (around 3700~4000mah) and remove the retracts, yes you can hand launch it. Mine can fly very slow even with retracts and a 5000mah battery.
Your answer make my day. In my area there is not a runway suitable for this wonderful plane, and ... i really like it.
This month i placed 2 other orders to hk, and that depleted my founds for the hobby, but always there is a next month.
Maybe you'll try hand launching, in the future and let me know more precisely.
I'm afraid chances are I will not try hand launching. Problems I can think of is getting a good handhold for launching yourself. Another issue, I use a 4500 and a 5000mah battery and even they dont quite balance it. mine flies a bit tail heavy like a real sukhoi. a 3700 might make it too tail heavy.
Thank you for info! All are good to know. I'll see what i can do. I'm thinking after i remove the landing gear, and any other unnecessary items that i could find, i might be able to reduce significantly weight so i could hand launch it.
Yes I think a lighter battery and no gear should do it. My concern is how would you go about throwing the jet? Hang on to the engine nacelles and throw overhead? Or hang on to the nose vertically and let it power itself up and out?
I think hanging on to the engine nacelles and trowing overhead is the best idea. I might have time to ... control any unwanted tendencies. Launching by the nose and let it power itself up, will pose a lot of difficulties, (tip stall and others) and will not be suitable.
Just note that most average about 2.8kg of thrust out of the twin factory setup. The model with a light battery and no additions still is hard to get down to 2.8kg unless you remove the gear which means hardening the intakes for belly landing. The 6 reports on RCG that went this route crashed eventually so its a fairly boarderline proposition.
Thank you for the input! The fact is that I'm not having any other viable option but to hand-launch and belly-land this beauty.
My first concern is to hand-launch, and to it's behavior at low speed, as it will be. Then the landing ... which will be in dens long/high grass, i hope it will easy the effort and disperse the weight to all the plane, not only the motors pod.
I'm still searching for a viable method!
Well its still 2.8kg so any type of grass thats a little heavy but it depends on your approach.
One thing I suggested to those who tried it was to remove the landing gear and replace them with 2mm or so gauge piano wire anchored to the same landing gear mounts. you can do it in the shape of a C. So when you land the piano wires act as skids and remove the need to add weight hardening the belly. I don't know of anyone who tried it though. If I were to go gearless, Its what I'd do since the wire would be invisible in flight. If memeory serves we estimated a shedding of 400g or so if you also removed the nose door servos.
They are a 5.5mm Banana or Bullet plug. It comes with 2 male plugs on the ESC end, and 2 female plugs to be soldered to a battery. I found mine to be a slightly too loose a fit, and swapped them for better plugs.
I would go with the 6mm sprung bullets but any time sprung bullets like the ones provided have a loose contact male into female, pry the male prongs apart slightly for a tighter fit.
No jokes please :D
Arrivato oggi, stupendo! impacchettato in modo maniacale è arrivato in perfette condizioni in circa 12 giorni,è gia sul tavolo da lavoro. E' esattamente il freewing SU-35E ma mi è costato molto meno, grazie HK
Arrived today, wonderful! Bulletproof packaged is arrived in perfect conditions in about 12 days, is now on workbench. this is esactly the freewing SU-35E but i've paid it less,thank HK!