Arrows Hobby Marlin 64mm EDF PNP ARR009P

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Quick Overview

EDF Electric Trainer aircraft


Something different! The Arrows Marlin 64mm EDF is an ALL NEW design with the beginner to intermediate pilot in mind. This plane has a more robust fixed landing gear than most, to handle bumpy landings. More importantly it is the only plane in its class to have flaps to shorten takeoff, and to make approaches and landings more like those of a high wing trainer. The 3150kV motor combined with a 40 Amp ESC, and a powerful 64mm 11 blade EDF, ensure plenty of power for takeoff and maneuvers. The fan sounds like a real turbine.

This plane basically has eight screws and some servo connections to complete assembly. No glue is necessary, and because we use 8 servos we are not running a lot of control rods around. Even the nose wheel has it's own servo. Flap and aileron connections are made with ball linkages, for greater strength at higher speeds. A latch type canopy makes in flight canopy loss a thing of the past.

If you are looking for a first EDF to try, or are looking to move up to a EDF without spending a bundle, this plane is for you.

Additional items required to complete:-

Required Radio 6 Channel transmitter and receiver required
Required Battery 4S 2200-2600mAh 35C
Suitablew charger for above battery

Additional Information

Manufacturer Arrows Hobby


900mm (35.43in)
995mm (39.17in)
Flying Weight
Around 1050g
CG (Center of Gravity)
72-75mm from leading edge
Power System
3150kV - 2840 size
Electronic Speed Control
Propeller / EDF
EDF 64mm 11 blade
9 gram servo x 8
Landing Gear
Robust fixed
Required Battery
4S 2200-2600mAh 35C
Required Radio
6 Channel transmitter and receiver required
Yes, separate servo for each
Yes, separate servo for each
Hinge Type
EPO Foam
Skill Level
Beginner to intermediate
Build Time
1 Hour
Recommended Environment
Park, School, or AMA field