TH 43" EPP Veloxity Green

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TH 43 Veloxity Green


From the Twisted mind of Cody Wojcik comes the Veloxity!  Loosely based on the full-scale Velox Revolution 1, the Veloxity delivers an experience never before available in a foam plane.  As one of the stiffest foam air-frames around, precision tracking, a fast roll rate, wild tumbles, knife edge spins, and other maneuvers normally reserved for wood airplanes are all within the Veloxity's repertoire.  With its consistent roll rate and arrow-straight tracking, the Veloxity may be the best rifle roll trainer out there!  Of course, pull back on the throttle and the Veloxity will 3D with the best of them.  A custom airfoil and carefully chosen moments means that smooth harriers upright, inverted, and rolling are stable and predictable, but not sloppy or imprecise...the Veloxity maintains precision through its whole flight envelope.

Backing up the Veloxity's aerodynamic and structural design is a proven power combo.  Armed to the teeth with the 100 gram Twisted Metal Works "Big Bell" motor, 12x6 prop, and 45 amp ESC, the Veloxity has a power level bordering on irresponsible.  The all new CSP D18M servos now offer great speed and centering with unstoppable torque.  The Veloxity is happy flying on 3S batteries as small as 1300, or as large as 2200 for six solid minutes of high energy insanity.

Building the Veloxity is a snap.  RCFactory's precision foam machining and laser cut wood, carbon, and fiberglass parts bond in quickly and easily into pre-cut slots and grooves.  In many ways the Veloxity builds as easily as a 32" flat plane, and a couple of easy sessions is all you'll need to get it together and ready to rip.  Controls are actuated with precision ball links that go together easily and pop off in a hard crash, saving servos.

Aspiring pilots need not fear the Veloxity!  With reduced throws and the throttle pulled back a bit, it's an easy airplane to fly and is extremely predictable.  It's a perfect step between 32" flat foamies and your first balsa bird.  The super strong airframe means that less than perfect landings and the occasional dirt nap will not keep you grounded!  Fly Rc Review
Model Spec's:
  •   Wingspan/Length = 42/43"
  •   AUW = 27-30oz. 
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Other Requirements:
  •   Receiver/Radio  4 - 6 ch: Link  
  •   3s 1800/2200mah Lipo: Link
  •   Adhesive Glue :   Link
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21 Reviews

  • Posted by Brian on Apr 6th 2020



    How many times have your said "I wish my 40% extra flew like my Crack Yak". I ordered the Veloxity to see if that is what the designer did and the answer is that it is somewhere between the two.
    CONSTRUCTION it is beefy compared to the Crack which will make it even more durable. Easy to assemble and an all around winner
    PERFORMANCE It flies so well you will laugh as you fly it for the first time. It resists the wind better than any small plane I have seen. It flies heavier than the Crack due to the construction and that is just getting used to it. Capable design makes you wish for more batteries.
    POWER With the standard power package, it has good power. Flight time with a 2200 MAH was less than the crack with 800 mah.
    WEAKNESSES - I found the landing gear was not needed, and that is likely personal preference. I fly in the grass and the gear did not last long in those conditions. I like it better without the gear.

    So it is a good thing to have in the truck.

  • Posted by Roy Graham on Feb 6th 2020


    Great flyer

    My favorite plane to fly from Twisted Hobby