THIS IS NOT A TOY. This is a high-performance miniature aircraft, capable of high speeds and damage to life, limb, and property and thus is not sold to people under 18 years old of age. The manufacturer, its distributors and dealers cannot control how you assemble this model, what equipment you use to fit it out, or how you fly it, and can assume no liability whatsoever for any damages that may occur when you fly your aircraft. By assembling this model, you are agreeing to indemnify and hold blameless the manufacturer and/or his agents from any and all torts and liability associated with the use of this product. Once you have assembled the aircraft, you are the pilot in command and assume any and all responsibility for the use of the model and any damages that might occur by flying or attempting to fly this aircraft.
R/C model jets require a high level of skill in both their assembly and their flying. If you do not feel confident in either your building or flying skills, PLEASE seek assistance from more experienced modelers. It is a wise idea, no matter what level of skills you possess, to have a second experienced modeler go over your installation after assembly. A second set of eyes may spot a problem you have missed. If you have not flown a model like this before, it is HIGHLY recommended that you get an experienced turbine pilot to do your maiden flight. Very often, the first few seconds of a maiden flight are critical until the aircraft is trimmed out, and having an experienced pilot at the controls can make the difference between a wrecked aircraft and once that enjoys many hundreds of flights. Be sure to select a suitable field for flying...take the time to find a large paved runway if at all possible, especially for test flights, until you feel comfortable getting the aircraft in and out of smaller grass fields.
Any R/C model aircraft can fail, be it a wing folding up or a fuselage breaking in half under too high of a load. Just as any full size aircraft, model R/C aircraft have a maximum G rating as well its full size pair. Because you are not in the plane flying it, it is more difficult to judge the G's on the aircraft, and it is very easy to exceed the limits of it. Understand that if you perform a Lag displacement roll, Wingover, High Yo-Yo defense, Defensive spiral, Scissors, High g barrel roll, knife edge, loop, or pull hard on the elevator at almost any speed, you can be putting in excess of 15 G's, even in excess of 30 G's, and most aircraft can only designed to take 10-12 G's. If you perform any violent maneuver, you can break your plane. When you perform hard maneuvers, especially for the first time on an airframe, be prepared for a failure. This mainly includes performing the maneuver far enough away from spectators that in event of a failure that you are not endangering others, safety in the first place. It is common practice for any manufacturers to not replace an airframe which breaks in the air or upon landing. We will replace airframes when they have received many of the same failures and the we determines that there was a design or manufacturing problem, we will inspect all the design and calculations to correct the problem and will replace or send the fix to the customers for free. If you break an airframe, and you are the only one to do so, then it is probably not our fault.