The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle is an American twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter aircraft designed by McDonnell Douglas. The Eagle first flew in July 1972, and entered service in 1976. It is among the most successful modern fighters, with over 100 victories and no losses in aerial combat.
Fourteen months in the making, the Arrows F-15 is lovingly recreated—from accurate panel lines to the adrenaline-pumping performance—this is as real as it gets!
With its twin 64mm EDF power system, large wing area and highly strengthened wing structure—the Arrows F-15 can perform advanced aerobatic flight maneuvers along with exceptional high alpha capabilities without losing control surface authority.
The 900mm wingspan Arrows F-15 was designed using hundreds of photos and aircraft design files. Built from high-strength EPO material, no detail was missed in the design of this faithful replica.
A fan of scale? The Arrows F-15 has electric CNC retracts, functional flaps, LED navigation lights, pilot figure, antennae, machine guns, auxiliary fuel tanks, missiles and numerous other scale components. A magnetic nose cone and latch-type canopy allow these components to stay in place even in high-G maneuvers.
Power comes courtesy of two 12 bladed 64mm EDFs (using 2840-2280KV motors), with dual 40A ESCs and a 22.2V 3300mAh 35C battery pack. This power system gives the aircraft a turbine-like note and ultra-high power-to-weight ratio.
Painted in the Oregon air national guard F-15C trim scheme, this is one of the most attractive F-15 Eagles on the market today.
Looking for a dog-fighting powerhouse with stable low-speed characteristics and excellent handling to take on the Mig-29? Look no further than the Arrows F-15!
While I was a bit skeptical on the "15 minute assembly time" I was pleasantly surprised that it assembled so quickly, had it ready for flight in less than one hour including the radio setup. The design and attention to detail is remarkable, even the packaging design is admirable. Please pass along my thanks and appreciation to the designers and assembly folks that put lots of TLC into this bird. The test flight went better than expected, the power is plentiful even with the ordinance hanging out on both wings. I'd buy another if anything ever happens to this one.
Went together perfectly with no issues at all. Used the control rod positions that were setup on the F15 out of the box. Had a Great maiden using a Lemon non gyro rx, 6s 4000 battery. Throws on DX9, ailerons 60%, elevator 70%, rudder 80%. My flaps are set pretty conservatively which I didn't use on take off or landing.
Landing gear worked great on our very rough runway. Check out my Arrows RC F-15 maiden video on my youtube channel, Jeff in Lower Alabama
This F-15 kit PNP was fantastic. The finish on the foam was great and tape did not pull the paint off. All the pushrods were iinstalled and only one required a single turn to center all the controls. The jet turned really light and the fan unit is putting out more than 300 watts per pound with a 70C battery. The maiden flight was uneventful. Two thumbs up for this EDF. I hope there are more in the pipeline.
This plane was so beautiful that I had to buy 3! Did I need 3? No! But I do plan on keeping 2 of them and giving a one away to 1 of my lucky subscribers! Plus, Dan is the MAN! Great communication!
I want one of these. So beautiful! And my sister retired from the Oregon National Guard.
I'll be getting one as soon as they are back in stock.
I really like this EDF. The foam finish is fantastic and doesn'y really look like foam. The pushrods were installed and the surfaces were already centered to the point that sub-trim was only required on one half of the elevator and then only a few clicks. I used the manual for the CG location and throws and the maiden flight only required one click of down trim and was I was comfortable enough to make a camera pass the next time down the runway. It turned out light for a jet and has more than enough thrust for amazing verticals. It also slowed down nicely for landing with no handling problems. The only thing that I changed was to 3D print some missiles as the included foam ones did not look very scale. All in all a great EDF jet model. I just hope Arrows keeps on making more of these twin 64 mm jets.
I ABSOLUTLEY LOVE THIS PLANE! I love it SO MUCH, that I bought 3 of them. 2 for me, and 1 for one lucky winner on my YouTube channel (Dave-It-Yourself) and I have even put a camera IN the cockpit to capture not only how great this plane flies but also how it sounds in the air! FANTASTIC! I am very proud to be an owner of these planes! I was SUPER IMPRESSED with Dan calling me to make sure that I actually wanted 3! When I confirmed, he totally understood! He's my kind of guy!
The F15 package was delivered on time, and without any damage or missing parts. The F15 was easily put together and the quality of the F15 is superb.
I can't wait to get this bird in the air, and I am sure it will fly as good as it looks. Thanks Dan.
Fly’s great looks great lots of fun
Awesome product, excellent service, would highly recommend this company to everyone
This jet is is big for a 64mm and it is sweet as hell! The paint job is great, the power is on this bird outstanding, and the price isn't as high as horizon hobby or motion rc. Keep this up hobby zone and you will have my business always.
Best purchase of an excellent aircraft that I have had in a long time. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
I will be making another purchase from you guys in the near future.
Loving this jet man! The size of it is way bigger than most 64mm jets. The paint scheme looks good over all the jet is sweet and the price is not outrageous. I know one thing Arrows keep this up I'm going to have to drop horizon hobby. Only one thing I wish was that they had more jets. Anyway if you don't have one you need to get one! Don't think about it go and purchase it today and you will be glad you did!!! Pilot kemp96 out.
This f-15 is a great, fast flier- size is great for me to fit more planes in my car- it’s fast and durable- use epoxy!
Plane is solid and went together quickly with no hiccups my only gripe is that the horizontal and vertical stabilizers must be glued on, but they did leave a lot of paint off of the contact surfaces- I was happy to find that. Nice to see a new iteration of a foam F-15 edf that isn’t massive or too small with an actual twin setup with retracts flaps and even lights.
Ample room to fit a 4000mah 6s in there and go all the way forward with it. Noticeably light even with battery in there. Jet sounds great and took off needed a bit of trim and it’s on rails up there with good power for aerobatics. Landings are easy going and uneventful just keep it straight on the runway those gear are narrow. The landing gear themselves for this aforementioned light airplane are quite robust and of good quality. I hope arrows keeps coming out with jets if they do good work like this. Thanks hobbyzone!
My first Arrows plane and i am pleased with the quality of the plane and its flight performance.
This is an amazing flying plane, the build was really pretty quick. I wish the horizontals screwed in and the verticals were full flying stabs also. All in all the plane flies on rails and is locked in. I love the sound as it screams by. This is honestly the easiest EDF to land of any of my EDF’s. Now for my only recommendation, purchase servo extensions when you purchase this plane and take the battery tray out and run the under so you can install you receiver in the nose and not the back of the battery tray. I would highly recommend this EDF, as a third perhaps fourth EDF. It has a tremendous presence in the sky and is every bit as big as my 80 mm F-4 phantom. It’s certainly not a small plane. But flies amazingly steady and fast. Again I love mine, love flying it and I would highly recommend.
Beautiful airplane and amazing
She may not win any speed races, but she will look pretty flying in them. This F15 flies so predictable and is easy to fly, she's a bit on the heavy side with limited airflow so don't expect triple digit speeds, but man does she look and sound great. I've always loved the eagle and this is my best one yet.
I was hesitant on this plane for a bit, the stickers turned me off for a while. Decided to order anyways, in person this plane looks much better than in the pics. Assembly was easy, maiden was great, easy to take off, fly and land, no bad characteristics. Wiring is a bit of a mess, they run the power in the rudder connection. Also the rx is to go way in the back? I used some really short 3" servo extensions, unscrewed the battery tray and put the rx under the canopy. I find this works better and allows for larger batteries to slide back for a good CG. I also ran the BEC into my bind port, got rid of a couple of Y cables in the process.
I have not flown it yet but out of the box this EDF is extremely nice and well made. The colors are great. Can't wait to get it in the air!
The jet is really nice appearance and is solid, however I was disappointed to learn that the tail section is glued together instead of bolted/screwed on for transportation and storage.
The routing of wires into the battery compartment requires extensions and taping to make it clean for battery installation.
Outside of having to glue the tail surfaces on, this aircraft is a quick assembly. The pieces fit together well.
I used an AR7000 RX I had for the first few flights. However on a breezy day I highly recommend a stabilizing rx as the aircraft is very light which causes it to be tossed around. Full flap landings were excellent in slowing the aircraft down and high alpha flight. Landing gear is strong and can take some punishment.
CG was spot on using a 6s 3200, 30 and 50c batteries. I netted 3 minute flight times.
Overall a great flying EDF with great appearance in the air.
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Very stable flight with plenty of power. 4 min flight time on a 6s 4500. Battery compartment a little tight; color scheme may present orientation problems in certain sky conditions. Initial throw recommendations in manual too low.
Not a speed demon, however she flies so well and looks great in the air.
The Arrows F-15 is one of the best values I have come across in RC aircraft. It’s fit and finish is spectacular! The landing gear, for once, is robust. I particularly like the way the nose gear uses it’s servo for the over center trunion like full scale aircraft. There is absolutely no slop in the mechanism and the servo itself bears little load. This makes for a secure long-lasting set up. Also, arrows could not have picked a better paint scheme! The decals are top notch and the engine exhaust louvers are absolutely superb!
Flight characteristics are superb! The aircraft feels locked in, and take offs and landings are a breeze! Stalls are straightforward with no bad tendencies. My only critique for the airplane is that it is slightly under powered. I recommend in future versions that Arrows upgrades the power plants to produce more thrust. Also, don’t expect to fly larger than a 4000 battery. 3300 Mah is best. I am also custom building a wiring harness for my next one to eliminate the rat’s nest of wires to the rear of the battery box.
This is my second plane, the first went down because of a bad receiver, no fault of the plane .Liked the first one so much I purchased another, flys great, & looks great.
I enjoy the appearance of this jet. That being said I needed to go thru this model with a fine tooth comb because there were a few things that needed to be adjusted and reinforced for daily flying. One issue was how the wiring was routed for installing a receiver. The battery tray was not very secure and the screws holding it in place were stripped. Easy fixes over all I rate it 4 stars and would recommend this model.
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