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Like all the planes in the Starmax range, the F-14 is finished in the factory to a high standard and represents an excellent replica of the real aircraft. But this one is special, not only does it look like the real McCoy but it shares most of the functionality of the real thing too. The variable geometry or swing-wings on this model jet actually work, as does the landing gear, thanks to its 6 channel electronics. You can control each position of the wings from fully open to fully retracted. How good does this jet look with the wings fully retracted?
This model is an amazing 3D aerobatic aircraft, and capable of incredible speed. The twin engined punch that this plane packs allows it to perform a full aerobatic display: inside loops, outside loops, axial rolls, inverted flight, knife edge, stall turns, hammerheads, and spins are all possible. If you're really good you will be able to perform the famous 'Cobra Maneuver' with this Tomcat.*
This Starmax jet comes with a 2.4G radio which means the range is longer and more stable plus you do not have to worry about interference from other fliers. It is also equipped with a powerful brushless motor, for the best performance. The plane is made from strong but lightweight foam that is more resistant to crashes and gives easier stable flight even in windy conditions. This jet can take off from the ground or can be hand launched. The F-14 Jolly Rogers is an extremely high spec model; it features twin 70mm EDF jets, twin ESCs and a massive 3200mAh battery, making it very quick.
This plane is 80% assembled and so final finishes are needed before you can fly. It even comes with a LiPo balance charger for the aircraft battery. Everything you require for the aircraft is in the box. You will just need 8 AA batteries to power the radio control transmitter and you could be flying in no time.
The Grumman F-14 Tomcat is a supersonic, twin-engine, two-seat, variable-sweep winged aircraft. It was the United States Navy's primary maritime air superiority fighter, fleet defense interceptor and tactical reconnaissance platform from 1974 to 2006. In 1986, the F-14 was the main aircraft featured in the Tom Cruise film Top Gun, spawning a surge in U.S. Navy recruiting. The F-14 Tomcat was designed as both an air superiority fighter and a long-range naval interceptor, it has a two seat cockpit with a canopy that gives all-round visibility. The Tomcat's defining feature is its variable geometry wings that swing automatically during flight; for high-speed intercept, they are swept back, and they then swing forward again for lower speed flight. It has a maximum speed of Mach 2.34 (1,544 mph) at high altitude, and has a service ceiling of 50,000 ft.
The F-14 Tomcat Jolly Rogers jet aircraft is equipped with an internal 20 mm M61 Vulcan Gatling-type gun mounted on the left side, and can carry AIM-54 Phoenix, AIM-7 Sparrow, and AIM-9 Sidewinder anti-aircraft missiles.
- Pre-painted foam fuselage & wings
- 80% assembled
- Pre-installed electrics
- CAD engineering quality
- Working swing wings
- Retractable landing gear
- Stunning paintwork
- Twin 60mm electric ducted fans
- State of the art components
- 2.4G Transmitter
- Can perform amazing aerobatics
- Powerful batteries
- Approx 15min flight time
- Range: 1000m
Required To Use
- 8 x AA Batteries
- Polystyrene suitable construction glue