|Oct 15, 2009, 12:39 PM|
7 feet MIG-29
This project began after builting the MiG-29 from parkjets.com
I built and fly this jet and I liked, but I wanted more speed so I put a air-foil and the result was not only faster but also It became more responsive, the roll are faster and more sharp, and even after turning it into a more sporty jet I decided to add trhust vectiring just as the real MiG-29 and guess what is amazing.
so I decided to put my self in to a larger projectand and I began to think and calculate how to building a jet about 7 feet long and keep the price down and finally I got it
so far everything is going well my calculations are to keep the jet in less than 3.5 pounds ready to fly. I all ready chose the electronic I'm going to use and I think should work.
the fuselage so far weighs 1.5 pounds and is 90% built so I still have big hopes.
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|Aug 13, 2010, 09:24 AM|
Joined Sep 2007
You do nice work, Is it hard to bend the foam around the formers? I would like to build a KingAir 200 out of foam somtime in the near future.
I think your idea of using foam should be taken to the next level and mass produced as ARF's
Thanks for posting the pix, I love them!
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