|Mar 11, 2014, 11:45 AM|
Lanxiang models twin 70mm PakFa T-50 aka SU-50
LX PakFa T-50
See list of ve does in post #4.
Length: 1590 mm
Wing Span: 1080 mm
Est Flight weight: 3.1 kg
EDF: Twin 70 mm
12 Channel Radio
2 × 3S 4000mAh
2 × ESC 50/80 Amp
EDF motors: 2 × 2100kv
13 × 17g servos
Still looking for other photos to add.
|Mar 26, 2014, 11:07 AM|
|Apr 06, 2014, 01:34 PM|
Looks like one finally popped up at the hobby show in China....
Dimension wise it's identical to the SU-35.
Manuals description reads;
Length: 1590 mm
Wing Span: 1080mm
Batteries: 2 × 3S 25 4000. [Likely because of limited room above the nose gear]
EDF: Twin 70mm make unknown (plastic/metal)
Motor: 2 × 2100kv brushless
ESC: Twin 50/80 Amp
Servos: 13 × 17g servos [slight over kill for servos except for tail stabs. All others 9g servos would normally do.]
12 Channel TX
2> TV Left
3> TV Right
4> TV Yaw
5> tail stab left
6> tail stab right
7> Rudder Left
8> Rudder Right or steering
9> ail left
10> ail right
14> Belly Bay Doors
|Apr 11, 2014, 01:57 PM|
Pak fa t-50
I am just as excited with the coming of this PAK FA T-50! Both the 50mm and 70mm versions are definitely in the works, but should be available within the coming months. I have been test flying the twin 50mm PAK FA T-50, and I am just amazed by how it performs. It is very stable, and capable of whatever you throw at it (within its reasonable means). I still had a few concerns with the twin 50mm version which has been forwarded to the manufacturer.
The twin 70mm PAK FA T-50 is what has me thrilled! I am a huge fan of this jet, and to see it brought down to this scale is great. I too share a few concerns with it such as the thrust vector ball joints for the linkages. I have shared this information with the manufacturer in order to improve on it before the final release. I am curious to hear more about some of the concerns others may have with the twin 70mm PAK FA T-50. There may also be two possible versions, a standard and a performance variant. However, there will be a price difference for the performance version which is a concern.
I have shared some photos below! Note that the retracts will be a rotating type which means the landing gear will lay flat on the underside of the fuselage. The nose retract shares similar characteristics like the one seen on the twin 70mm F-4 Phantom II by LX. It's a very sturdy build, but I know that there is always room for improvement!
|Apr 12, 2014, 01:26 PM|
Natesh sample of Kit from EBAY supplier 2014.07.01
Sample pics of KIT from eBay vendor,Believed to be Manufacturer selling Kit directly
|Apr 12, 2014, 06:28 PM|
|Apr 12, 2014, 06:54 PM|
No, they are not.
A plane like this shouldn't be needing these kind of mods.
I mean, not at least for such a basic things as giving back the correct shape to the v-stabs.
On the other hand I don't know if I can wait for FW to do theirs... Aaaagh!
I hate this and for this I hate LX even more, and FW also for not doing theirs earlier!
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