Newest Dynam A-10 Military EDF Remote Control Jet Review w/ Twin 64MM Ducted Fan Engine

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.


Cheesylemon says:

Paul Montero: what is the difference between retracts and retractable? Many thanks.

deryl Robinson says:

Nice..Are the wheel wells able to take bigger wheels ?

Paul Montero says:

Both words are verbs (not nouns) implying action taken. Retractable is a transitive verb and retract is a verb. Thank you for asking.

2Brotherssurvival says:


startazz says:

See there is always one isn’t there,ok go look in the dictionary under retract.

Retract definition, to draw back or in!

Please don’t start getting petty as you and I both now what he means.

Brad Morris says:

I have owned a couple of these and they are great flying planes. They do have some weaknesses though. If you fly them flat out for very long, your battery will be puffed and smoking hot! I modified mine to use 2 1350mah 20C batteries w/ 2 ESC’s and a tiny 3rd battery to power the receiver. I also cut a channel in the wing and epoxied a carbon fiber rod across the entire width to reduce flexing during hard turns. The landing gear will not withstand a hard landing so be smooth. And finally, they will hand launch and belly land, but expect the 30mm canon on the nose to get torn off fairly quickly. Other than that, a great looking, great flying plane!

dphotos says:

This is a better post that the other upload you guys made about this plane.

covercalls88 says:

I would recommend a max of a 2650 mah pack.

Clarckson1 says:

I’d say the other video was to inform people that this video was coming 😉

platterhof says:

Is it Tony’s father?

Jeremy Collin says:

Why have you used the term REMOTE control ? That is when the hand set is connected to a model with a lead!
This is RADIO controlled. Come on nitro planes

TheLukey21 says:

perfect landing.

toddy2519 says:

Hectus I agree with you…Roland speaks slowly and deliberately…a nice change from Tony. :o)
Don’t misunderstand me…I like Tony… but sometimes he seems too much in a hurry.

Paul Montero says:

I would doubt the English Professor would agree with you.

Social Media With Mr Info says:

…It’s 2018 and the Nitro planes website is nothing but “Out of Stock’ pictures…!
What a joke….!

stephen mcbride says:

Nice plane nice simple flight!!

eastbend99 says:

Nice to see Dynam finally using clevises instead of those ridiculous “pushrod connectors.” Seems like someone there woke up.

Victor Cardenas says:

hello as I can buy the Dyman

Butch Tozier says:

Paul, many people think language is static, but its not, it changes everyday. New words are created almost daily, new meanings are attached to old words, and others become obsolete. Even on-line dictionaries cannot keep up. For anyone in our RC hobby the word “retracts” is easily understood, and has been for quite a while now, as a shortened version of “retractable landing gear”. It may not be in the dictionary today, but it probably will be soon.

Sorin Petrica says:

How large of battery can I put in this?? Any information would be appreciated! Thanks Sorin.

covercalls88 says:

Sound like a good idea to me.

Paul Montero says:

I see the power of ignorance is great on the Internet. Polluting the language one word at a time.

Carl Bradley says:

Would have liked a little more info like the videos you used to do. Fast , slow, stall characteristics, battery setup, likes or dislikes, does the blades need to be rebalanced, what happen during the build. I could be wrong but is that landing a cut and paste from the previous video?

G Sanford says:

Got one of these. Left main gear would intermittently jam and soon went up in smoke before it was even flown. No response from Dynam.

Paul Montero says:

Real pilots say gear up or gear down.

Jazzman3121 says:

Nice flight, Roland! You have a nice, honest, straightforward, and concise presentation. I think sometimes people in front of the camera forget that ‘It’s all about the plane, man!’ lol.

nicolas azar says:

BAD pilot!! nobody cares about low speed cruising, its a jet we want to see its full speed capacity. idio*

millermonsterair says:

Stupid auto-correct….. The Dynam A-10 was my first EDF. It is a perfect first EDF, if you have successfully flown a warbird or two, or have gotten the hang of a 4ch trainer plane. I am very pleased with the purchase.

Ron B says:

30 mil. gau 8 machine gun!!! not 37!!

Sorin Petrica says:

Thanks for information, sorin.

millermonsterair says:

The only other thing that wasn’t mentioned in the video is the elevator is a little bit sensitive. the Dynam A-10 wasn’t my first EDF. I have to recommend the PNP version, because you can use some expo on the elevator. Other than that, it has a great glide slope, it glides forever without power. Stall is very manageable. The build is pretty straight forward, but be sure to get the vertical stabs @ 90 degrees, and use a little extra glue/epoxy for the motors.

startazz says:

Retracts is an abbreviation of retractable,so there isn’t a difference that I know of,but I bet someone will soon say if i’m wrong lol. 😉

Chris Malatesta says:

Very knowledgeable gentleman. Thanks for the review Sir.

Dan Sciacca says:

When is Dynam going to make a P-39 Airacobra I want one now!!!!!

toddy2519 says:

All the reviews done by NitroPlanes are unscripted and it’s tough to speak in front of a camera…so give the guy a break! Can you do better under the circumstances??

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