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Archive for August, 2012
Posted by jetjocky | Aug 26, 2012 @ 09:46 PM | 3,317 Views
Design method Eye-Ball, Airfoil type KF, wing area approx 300 sq in, Gross weight at TKO 4oz....The tail feathers are removable,see the pics attached thumbnails will show how I did it..My earlier video ALULA HYBRID will use the same bird body and inernal motor ,prop Ect specs at the end of video...Flying Video to follow as soon as winds calm down.See my other depron build methods on my jetjocky blog.Good luck......Continue Reading
Posted by jetjocky | Aug 26, 2012 @ 02:03 PM | 2,225 Views
How do you get to attached thumbnails to show on a blog ,without having to click on Continue Reading ?????
Posted by jetjocky | Aug 22, 2012 @ 10:59 AM | 2,501 Views
This was not an easy build but seeing it fly makes it all worth while...Check out the attached thumbnails at bottom of page..Hope ypu like it....I have more stills if anyone is interested?? Click on CONTINUE READING
The Gross Wing From Another World.wmv (7 min 6 sec)
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Posted by jetjocky | Aug 04, 2012 @ 03:16 PM | 2,533 Views
I used what I had on hand to equip this little bird.The empty airframe weighs 7grams. I am not familiar with the ultra lite Plantcro type radio gear or the brick systems,but I am sure a much lighter version of the model can be built.I fear the my version will be overpowered too heavy,and difficult to fly????


Alula Hybrid RC Bird (1 min 14 sec)

Posted by jetjocky | Aug 03, 2012 @ 01:08 PM | 3,195 Views
I built an The EPP Eagle just after it hit the market. It flies like a dream,but it is at my summer camp in Maine.I love to fly it on the beach,the Gulls go bonkers when they see it...I decided to try a smaller light weight version of it so that I would have some thing to fly at beach here in Galveston..This is what I have come up with,and at less than a third of the cost..The ony thing I forgot to show,or mention is that the servos are flat ressesed mounted in the under side of the wing butted up againsy the rear side of the wing spar. I cut them in very carefully so that a clear strip of packing tape holds them firmly in place, and provides easy accesss for adjustments or replacements..
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Depron Eaglet R/C (2 min 58 sec)