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The Perfect "Park Jet!"

Sleek looks and fast speed make the TufFlight Stingray a super fun park flyer to "mix it up" with friends. Durable yet lightweight, the agile Stingray combines thrilling high speed maneuverability with great slow speed handling to make it the perfect practice plane for "no fear" aerobatics.

This electric ducted fan is just so cool and you can take it to parks and ball fields where you might not want to fly a glo-powered plane.

Designed around the Himax brushless RTR fan, and an 800 to 900 mAH 3S lipo battery, this plane is a potent little package of fun. Convenient underwing battery compartment allows ample cooling and quick changes between flights. All components mounted in wing for streamlined high performance flight.

Items included in kit:

  • Pre-assembled Himax brushless RTR fan unit AND included ESC
  • JST battery connector
  • durable CNC cut EPP foam parts
  • push rods & hardware
  • Detailed illustrated instruction manual
    (every step documented with "check this box" ease of construction)

    Download PDF instruction manual

Items needed to complete:

Equipment:

  • Elevon mix capable TX or Elevon Mixer
  • battery: 3S 750 - 900 mAH lipo
  • 2 servos (HS 55 ideal)
  • 4 channel micro RX
    (Spektrum AR6110e ideal)
Adhesives Needed:
  • medium CA glue & kicker

Here are reviews of our Stingray:

Mike Heer's independent review on RC Groups

Greg Smith's independent review on slopeflyer.com

Stingray Specs:

  • Wingspan : 31.5"
  • Flying weight : 9.5 oz
  • Motor Thrust : 10.2 oz
  • EPP Electric Ducted Fan Design
  • Fast 3 hour assembly time
  • Decorate as you like

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Stingray Kit: $139 + S&H

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