|Aug 07, 2005, 01:55 AM|
F-15 Eagle Shock Flyer
Just got my kit last night!
Started building this morning,
by 7 this evening I'm flying, With motor mods.
What a HOOT!
Now for paint!
|Aug 07, 2005, 11:15 AM|
The way I'm doing it, is an idea by my friend Luke:
Retap the mounting holes to 2-56 and chow out a section of
the back plate for wire clearence.
Then make a 1/16' ply motor mount
This makes these shockeys go VERTICLE and fly for over 15 min
on a 700mah 3s Lipo with a 6x5 prop
Not bad for a $20 motor!
|Aug 09, 2005, 06:11 AM|
What 's the source Dave, is this a kit, a converted SU-27 Shockflyer, or scratch built? How about some dementions, looks about the size of the small'er shockie.
|Aug 09, 2005, 06:17 AM|
I'm doing many jets along those same lines and will eventually draw up F-15
plans after I finish the one I'm just starting (#2 after the F-35C).
|Aug 10, 2005, 11:35 AM|
Joined Mar 2004
It is almost 3 weeks that I ma trying to figure what are the performances of that aircraft-world motor.
Do you have any idea what is the thurst capability of that cd-rom?
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