|Jun 24, 2007, 07:28 AM|
J29 Tunnan with Afterburner
I just want to show some videos my kind friend have done of my J29.
I tried to post them in the video forum, but it dident work?
I hope it's ok to put them in here??
He recorded the premiere of my new model , an MJD kit with a microafterburner in.
You can see there is some windy in the air, to lage movment of airleons .little tricky but I made it
Large Video (music) http://www.xc60.se/flyg/film/ejeebkstor.wmv
Smal video (music) http://www.xc60.se/flyg/film/ejeebkliten.wmv
Smal video (No music) http://www.xc60.se/flyg/film/ejeebklitennomusik.wmv
The part with the afterburner on is without music
Have a nice day!
|Jun 25, 2007, 12:26 AM|
great video and great modell ! Is it maid from a kit ?
I am a great fan of the J-29 and the Draken . Our airforce
(austrian) used them for a long periode.
|Jun 25, 2007, 03:22 AM|
Thank you and I'm pleased that you liked it
Yes , it it a very nice sound. Big sound fore a little plane like this.
Rudi, it is a MJD balsa kit http://www.mjd.se/
I understand now that I have posted i wrong place. It's not a Foam kit , sorry
Can I move it to the EDF talk forum ? Is it better maybe, but I'm afraid I dont know how to do that..
I have made a buildthread on a swedish forum and you are welcome to look och the pictures if you want to . There is some pic of the after burner building, but the most are from the modell.
Buildthread part 1 :J29 part 1
Buildthread part 2 :J29 part 2
|Jan 12, 2008, 08:40 PM|
I enjoyed your video immensely. Though I must say, I was in Åmål much of May and July and the weather was terrible. So you picked an unusually nice day to fly.
I do have a MJD J-29 kit which I picked up at the Air Force Museum in Linköping. The Tunnan is one of my all time favorite airplanes. It also looks like a good build article. Regrettably I do not speak Swedish. But I understand Mats has just written English instructions which he is sending me, so maybe I will put it together.
I noticed that you used Super Phatic glue in your build. How did it work?
|Jan 13, 2008, 05:52 AM|
Joined Jun 2007
Nice going Tunnan!
What power setup you are using? Motor, controller and battery?
I almost finished my J29, I also picked up at Linkoping.
Just have to set in Servos and motor......
|Jan 13, 2008, 10:46 AM|
Some colleagues and I were visiting the Mechatronics department at the University of Linköping to discuss advanced engine control strategies. We had the opportunity to stop by the Air Force Museum after the meeting. It is definitely worth seeing. We even flew the fixed base simulator for the Gripen.
|Jan 14, 2008, 08:20 AM|
Joined Oct 2003
I get out to Linkoping once or twice a year for work. I like that museum as well - nice to see all the non-US aircraft that your limited to when visiting most US museums.
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