Roland reviews the new A-10 from Dynam. Let us know what you think in the comments below. We had some issues with our mic during the shoot, but it still worked out in the end. Thanks again for watching!
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The Dynam A-10 Thunderbolt II also known as “The Warthog” is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft designed to provide close air support of ground forces. The A-10 earned its reputation as the “Tank Buster” with its assortment of lethal air to ground armaments effectively annihilation enemy ground forces and reinforcements. It was the first USAF aircraft designed exclusively for close air support.
The Dynam A-10 has been an awesome flying machine in the Dynam Fleet. Dynam decided to upgrade this bird with servo-less retracts. The A-10 has superb maneuverability even at low speeds and altitude, this is due to its large wing area, high wing aspect ratio, and large ailerons. This design also enables short takeoffs and landings, allowing it to operate from the smallest and most basic airfields. This model gets power from two 64mm electric ducted fan units and comes 90% Ready To Fly. All Servos, motors, receiver, and other electronics are preinstalled from factory. Like all the planes in the Dynam range, the Dynam A-10 is constructed of quality EPO foam and finished to a high standard that represents an excellent replica of the real aircraft.
This ready to fly version comes with a Dynam 2.4ghz radio system and a 11.1v 2200mah 25c Li-Po battery. Twin 40A electronics speed controllers provide power to the twin 64mm 3300kv ducted fan units. You will need to complete assembly of the plane to get this plane ready for flight.