|Apr 21, 2007, 11:46 PM|
Profile SU-37 park acrobatics
This is just a little vid of my Depron profile SU-37 Rev5 in a nearby park, it's not a conventional depron jet, it's kind of an odd 3D hybrid (it has the control surfaces extended into the prop wash for post stall maneuvering).
|Apr 24, 2007, 07:16 AM|
Awesome flight, Kai! Have you thought about making one with a LE turned down to increase stability at high AOA? I notice you get classic wing rock when the planes attitude gets up at slow speeds.
I think JetSet mentioned one time that toggling spoilerons on will help keep airflow over the wing surface when at these high AOAs. This could help too if you have a computer radio.
Very cool stuff, 3mm depron?
|Apr 24, 2007, 09:27 AM|
The problem with having LE droop is that it wouldn't be able to harrier inverted (I have a symetrical slat design that I just didn't get around to making on this version). This plane already has "spoilerons" in a way, the ailerons and elevons are tied together (elevons go up, and the ailerons go up at a reduced mix ratio).
This one is actually made of 6mm depron, spans 25" and with a TP1320 3s is 9oz AUW (I fly it both outdoors and indoors).
Here's a vid of the control surfaces I made a while back:
P.S. Not that it makes much difference to a plane like this, but I've switched to a DX7/AR6100 recently, so the flight vid is on the new radio.
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