|Oct 03, 2012, 05:58 AM|
Hi, model flies well.
What turbine have you used? And what weight is the model?
It is a bit like a Jet trainer model that I designed, and first flew in 2007. here is a Youtube clip for comparison
And if you have any fresh water available, how about putting it on floats?
My JayTee model was powered by a 14 lb (63 N) thrust Wren MW54 turbine and its dry weight was 5.83 kg (13 lb) without fuel. Wingspan was 80 inches, (2030 mm). I say "was" because I crashed it in 2010 but have almost finished a rebuild/repair with a better looking cockpit.
|Oct 04, 2012, 12:55 PM|
your videos and model very nice.
I am used K-80, 7.5kg thurst , weight: 10.5kg.
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