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Posted by JRosiek | Jul 26, 2013 @ 05:35 PM | 1,778 Views
Nico Hobbies Profile Mini-18 Scaled up 115%
18" Profile F18 E/F Kit or Plans


Measurements pre-maiden

Wing Span: 20.75"
Length: 29"
Flying Weight: 222 grams (7.84 oz)
Foam: 4mm depapered, local store "Hobby Lobby" Craft Store 20" x 30"
MOTOR: KEDA BR2730/3000 (3s Lipo / 4.5*4.5 / Thrust 450g *KEDA spec*)
Prop: 4.5 x 4.5
ESC/BEC: HobbyKing Red Brick 20A ESC
Servos: HKSCM9-6 2pcs tailerons
Battery: Turnigy 3S 850mah 25-40c
RX: OrangeRx R615
Tx: Spektrum DX6i
Posted by JRosiek | Jul 26, 2013 @ 04:49 PM | 1,649 Views
Pictures and maiden soon...
Posted by JRosiek | Jul 26, 2013 @ 04:48 PM | 1,686 Views
The original blog of tomhe with plans and tons of info...
6mmFlyRC Profile F-22 with Simple Thrust Vectoring

Actually the first RC plane I built. Opted to build and fly the OSB before this one though. So after just a couple minutes and a greatly misjudged outside loop with the OSB, the F-22 was maidened and put through the paces.

In hind sight, I could have jumped right into this plane and been fine. Minor adjustments to control surfaces and I was chasing birds.

Sadly, I did not take pictures of the original build, but did get some video of flights and post repairs. I really liked the black foam contrasting in the sky.

After 3rd hard crash, decided to re-cycle the parts into another horse (actually raptor) of a different color.

White Foam Board 4mm de-papered
wing span : 18.75"
length : 25.75"


Nico Hobbies Mini Profile Power Package
http://www.nicohobbies.com/store/ind...roducts_id=210
Posted by JRosiek | Jun 04, 2013 @ 12:03 AM | 1,610 Views
So some winter months of pc trainer, RealFlight 6.5, fun builds! First built F-22 then OSB, One sheet bi-plane. Both great Flyers!!!!
The profile F-22 was more fun, but the OSB was beautiful!

The beauty of the foam board builds, re-use the electrics and you have a brand new plane for less then $3 rebuild.

Now 2 new F-22's 66% & 100%.
Posted by JRosiek | May 10, 2013 @ 12:46 PM | 1,754 Views
After building a foamie mid motor pusher Jet (F-22), 3 others that are just chuck gliders, decided maybe I should actually start the flying part of this hobby with something that could be perceived more as a trainer for my first actual flight.

OSB - One Sheet Biplane
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...&highlight=osb