On 14.8 Volts its pushing almost 500 Grams, not so bad thrust mapping is as follows.
100 Grams 1.9 A 27.6 Watts
156 Grams 3.0 A 42.9 Watts
197 Grams 3.9 A 55.1 Watts
257 Grams 5.5 A 76.0 Watts
296 Grams 6.7 A 90.9 Watts
340 Grams 7.9 A 105.5 Watts
432 Grams 10.7 A 138.1 Watts
492 Grams 12.5 A 155.7 Watts
The data in a spread sheet
The tests were run on two 7.4V 1300mAh Turnigy 20C Lipo's in series, I figure the motor will survive full throttle bursts on 4C and its 10 Amps short of the max, 100 Watts below its spec.
Its surprising as the same motor with a 8 X 6 prop pulled 23.3 Amps on a 3C yielding 520 Grams of thrust at 232.3 Watts.
Weighs around 150 grams.
Need a plane for it should be pretty ugly with such a big fan
A mass of 500 or 750 grams give a wing loading's of 13 oz/ft² and 19 oz/ft² respectively
Wing area 1.3855 ft²
Kf2 A symmetric trapezoidal wings and tail plane
My Xbee based controller with appropriate RX software for the Jet
The wings are braced with bamboo skewers cheap as. I will chamfer the top leading edges as that's what most people seem to do.
I am advised that the elevators will need lots of authority so I will fashion quite large ones :)