TH 31" EPP Nemesis - Twisted Racer - Blue

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TH Nemesis B


From the team that dominates the backyard and park 3D foamy scene comes something new, fast, and fun!  The Twisted Racers are the coolest thing around for (in)formal club pylon racing, aerobatics, or just plain fun sport flying.  Nearly indestructible, these models are ideal for bashing around or flying with friends who don't always yield the right of way.  Two aircraft, the Nemesis and Mustang, based on full-scale Reno racing classics, available in two schemes each mean that everybody gets to fly something unique and stay competitive!

Twisted Hobbys again brings you the killer combination of Cody Wojcik's design approach and RCFactory's world class construction methods and stunning artwork.  The result is an aircraft that builds with extreme ease...just a few hours is all you need.  Once airborne, the Racers track along with perfect, stable manners, effortlessly carving through high-speed aerobatics or pulling high-G turns on an improvised pylon course.

Flying on the proven and affordable power combo also used in the standard 32" 3D aircraft such as the Crack Yak and Edge, the Racers easily achieve 6 minute flights with a 3S 600 mah battery.
A couple of Twisted Racers will turn two properly spaced lamp posts, trees, pool noodles, or anything else into an impromptu racing circuit!

Model Spec's:
  Wingspan = 31"
  Length = 28"
  AUW = 8.1oz
Recommended Required Components:
  2x 5g servos (rudder/elevator)
  1x 9g servo (ailerons)
  Out-runner 24-30g 1400-1500kv (flange mount)
  Esc 10-15 Amp
  3s 450-750mah Lipo battery
  8x4.3 or 8x4DD prop
  Adhesive Glue & CA Glue
  4-6 ch Micro Receiver (RX)

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6 Reviews

  • Posted by Stephen Lincoln on Mar 23rd 2020


    Nemesis racer

    For successful launching, I suggest programming in some up elevator (12%) and some right rudder (6%) . I use the gear switch on my Spectrum DX9 to control two mixes, one is gear to elev and the other is gear to rudder. Same switch adds both mixes, switch it off once airplane is safely off and away. Use full throttle at launch and it will fly out of your hand.

  • Posted by Stephen Lincoln on Mar 23rd 2020


    ESC placement

    After several flights of the Nemisis racer, I would suggest attaching the ESC to the side of the aircraft where it is exposed to the prop wash for proper cooling, not in a slot in the fuselage as suggested by the manual.