Rc Fighter Jets
RC Fighter Jets are an immensely popular RC category, especially after the success of movies such as, Top Gun. In fact, you can even add the popular F - 14 Tomcat to your collection of RC Fighter Jets, available in RC format, complete with 5 high speed servos and a wingspan of 39.4 inches. Most RC Fighter Jets are available as exact copies of their original counterparts.
For novice enthusiasts the best RC Fighter Jet is the F-22 Raptor. This is mainly due to its EDF motor, which is easy to handle and it also provides all the thrills associated with fighter jets. This includes the ability to perform high G manoeuvres, and aerobatic abilities like axial rolls, stall turns, inside and outside loops, inverted flight and much more. Using a 4 channel full function radio controller, this RC Fighter Jet is available in Ready-to-Fly form. Apart from this, the jet can also be launched by your hand, in case you don't have enough space on the ground. It's stability is what makes this RC Fighter Jet ideal for novice enthusiasts.
Hobby enthusiasts on the other hand, have a wider range of options, including the powerful F/A - 18 "Blue Angel". It's most popular feature is the cobra manoeuvre flight, and this RC Fighter Jet comes with 4 electric servos, a brushless speed controller and an electric brushless ducted fan. While it is built for experienced users, beginners can also take a stab at flying this RC Fighter Jet, though it may prove a little too complicated to handle. High stability, body detail and roll rate, all make this jet one of the most popular model amongst RC Fighter Jets.
Apart from these two RC Fighter Jets, there are numerous other models available. The price of RC jets depends largely on whether they are Ready-to-Fly or require assembling, or require additional batteries or motors or other parts etc. It is a good idea to read every single detail provided about the models, before you invest in a RC Fighter Jet. Researching via the internet is a great way to ensure you know what you are getting into. Websites such as eBay, Amazon etc are good sources for RC Fighter Jets, though a local hobby store would be a better option. This is because you can always check the out models firsthand, ask questions and come back for replacements or exchange, in case of trouble.
In case you are looking for technical information on RC Fighter Jets, then joining an online forum will allow you to get a lot of answers. While all might not be accurate, they will still be able to give you a somewhat accurate response. The right way to purchase RC Fighter Jets is to first zero in on the model, and then to find the right source to purchase from, whether online or from a local store. Talking to other enthusiasts will help you make both these decisions easily and more accurately. Just make sure you take all necessary precautions before flying your RC Fighter Jets.