Dynam Cessna 550 Turbo Jet 1180mm - ARTF

Dynam Cessna 550 Turbo Jet 1180mm - ARTF

Brand: Dynam

Part Number: DYN8937

£181.64 Web Price RRP £209.99

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DYNAM CESSNA 550 TURBO JET 1180mm w/o TX/RX/Batt

The airplane is constructed in EPO and is designed for excellent flight performance with a powerfull brushless electric ducted-fans. Made of smooth lightweight EPO Foam with lots of molded-in surface details. This upgraded version includes electronic retractable landing gears and has cut-outs for optional flaps.

It also features a super tough, lightweight Airframe.


  • Perfect Appearance and Emulation
  • Ground Take-Off Can Be Performed Easily
  • Wings include cut-outs and hinge hardware for optional flaps (two 9g servos required) which allow shorter take-offs and slower landings
  • Excellent Flight Performance
  • Stable Inverted Flight
  • Excellent Stability and Aerobatic Capability
  • Detailed Body Structure
  • Factory fitted electric retracts

Tech Spec:

  • Span: 1180mm
  • Length: 1080mm
  • Servo: 4 x 9g
  • ESC: 2 x 40 Amp
  • Motor: 2 x BM2815D-KV3600X Outrunners

Please Note: This is sold in ARTF format and requires Radio System, 3S Li-Po Battery, Charger and AA batteries.


  • Brand: Dynam
  • Part No: DYN8937
  • Assembly Level: ARTF (Almost RTF)
  • Flying Style: EDF Jets
  • Power: Electric

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could you fit a go pro in the front
Asked by Peter on 14th November 2018

Do you mean in the cockpit ?

It may throw the COG off a bit if you do.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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