TH 29" EPP F-22 Raptor Jet
- RcF 29 Raptor
Introducing the all-new 29” EPP F-22 Raptor from RcFactory! Setting new grounds for capable combat is ready for fast-paced aerobatics, fun combat or just spur of the moment flying with minimal investment. Roll rate is insane and certain maneuvers can't even be emulated by traditional airplanes. Mid fuselage mounted motor/propeller also with fully EPP design makes the Raptor almost indestructible. Like all of Twisted Hobbys foamies, the low weight and durable full EPP construction make this airplane perform great while remaining incredibly durable, all without breaking the bank. The F-22 Raptor boasts a wide speed range and quick construction, making it an ideal spec combat plane or just a bunch of no-frills fun for pilots of any skill level.
29” (730mm) Wing Span
39" (990mm) Length
3 channel control
- Receiver 4 - 6 ch: Link
- 3s 750/850mah Lipo: Link
- Adhesive Glue : Link
- (1) 6" JST F/m extension cable Link
Build Resources & Replacement Parts Links:
I love flying this plane. Very enjoyable to build. Looks great. Easy to fly. Definitely recommend.
Great fun too fly but should come with rudders after the rudder mod its a 5 star plane allday
Like all my numerous TH airplanes, flys awesome! Recommended power pkg. with apc 4.1 prop
When dialed in, the plane flies like a kite on a string. If you get the surface areas going in the right direction, it will fly. It's awesome. The only complaint I have is the tiny parts included are all you have. Lose one and you'll spend a lot of time trying to retrieve it. A spare black clip that connects the push rod assembly to the servo would've been nice. Other than the lack of spare parts, I'd purchase this plane again.
I was looking for something different when I came across this plane. It's a very quick build, took about 3.5 hours. I downloaded the included pdf build file that was a big help. I used Foam Tac for the complete build, gives a vert tight bond and won't yellow over time. The power package that Twisted Hobby recommends for this plane is perfect, plenty of power. I'm using a 800 3S battery which gave me about an 8 minute flight.This thing flies on a rail no matter what configuration you put it in. Just an all around good aircraft. The only changes I made was to add some small carbon fiber rods to the control surfaces to stiffen them up, probably not needed, but seemed to help a little....
This is THE most fun flying jet in the world! Super floaty and slow flying. Inverted high alphas an inch from the ground all day long! When I go to the park to fly, I have to have this plane in the back of my car. It's not a great flying day without at least five flights on this plane!
Best damn Jet that I've built. Flys slow enough I can fly in my front yard.
pro's once again. No bad tenancies with many flights in now. Good vertical with stock. Aileron rolls are stellar. Recovery from underpowered rolls are easy for any skill level. EPP tough to harm. Build is easy with the extra carbon fiber. I used foam tac and med super glue. Low speed low altitude impressive. Sure to be a hit at the shows this year. The only con is the elevator control horn connectors. Little difficult to work with. Clean them up good before attempting
I have been in the hobby for about 15 years. All of my plans are electric. I used to think that foam airplanes especially flat foamies were a joke. They were only for beginners or lazy people with little skill. For some reason I bought your F 22 to fly up and down the street in front of my house. Just a boredom killer. I souped it up a bit with additional carbon fiber spars and a faster motor and it amazed me. It’s just plain fun to fly- anywhere. My first one wore out after several the dings from several hundred flights so I just got another one. This is a plane I always have with me. Whether I am flying 3m composite gliders or large built up scale models or my pylon racers, I still take the F22 along. This is a plane that changed my mind about foamies
What a BLAST to fly. Friends kept passing my transmitter around for all to fly it. Two of them are placing orders for F22 soon. Keep these great planes coming.