Designed by Cody Wojcik, the Veloxity is the latest 43" addition to the Twisted Hobbys line-up. Veloxity is based on the full-sized Velox Revolution composite aircraft. The TH Veloxity is one of the stiffest radio controlled EPP foamies available and offers a great roll rate with sharp tracking, crazy tumbles and knife edge spins and the 3D-repertoire you expected from a Twisted Hobbys design.
The build is typical of RC Factory and can easily be completed in 2-3 evenings depending on your pace. Use normal CA glue or UHU Por.
Also check out the other 43 inches of awesome from Twisted Hobbys, the Edge 540 XL which uses the same gear!
Required to complete: -
- 4 x Metal geared 14-18g servos (Gening D95MG or Hitec HS65MG will fit)
- 70-100g outrunner (250-450W) such as the T-Motor AT2814 included in the optional power set
- 30-45A ESC
- 3s-4s 1300-1800mAh LiPo battery
- 11-12" propeller
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Technical Details for Twisted Hobbys Veloxity
|Build Time||4-6 hours|
|Recommended Power||T-Motor AT2814 1000kv|
|Servos||4 x 12-15g|
Great foamy with the handling of a balsa, my second foamy (having previously owned a Crack Yak with 100+ flights) construction was straightforward. Very good plane for intermediate to expert pilots looking for a foamy just before moving onto the bigger balsa planes.
Have been flying this for a while and the frame handles all aerobatics with ease, it can be tuned for sport or extreme aerobatics. And the foam is durable and can take a beating.
Overall a great foamy for practising or for a quick fly in the park.
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