|Jan 20, 2010, 01:43 PM|
BAC 1-11 One eleven & Super One Eleven!
This thread will detail the construction of this classic British airliner.
I humbley appologize to everyone but I SUCK at making PDF plans, I really do
so I'll try and give the best info I can, If anyone can help me make PDF plan files I'd be greatfull.
Specs:OA lenght 69.75 inches
Wingspan 69 inches
weight 2 pounds max
2 55-65mm edf's
2 14V 3000mah poly-lipos
2 HXT 2835 (380S) 3900kv Brushless Inrunners
4 micro metal gear servos
|Jan 21, 2010, 03:59 AM|
Here's the begining of the One-eleven's fuselage it's on 32" X1" X7.5"
piece of pink foam & 2 round body ends with a carbon fiber rod as the main backbone, like my DC-9 these airliners are basically park flyers my Local flight field is all grass so I have to rely on hand launching and belly landings so I've gotta build these birds ford tough.
|Jan 22, 2010, 12:16 AM|
Here's the completed fuselage tube, next the wings! Unlike my DC-9
the One-Eleven has a wide wing span, so she's gonna be a great soaring
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