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Posted by EATHIS | Oct 29, 2011 @ 08:45 AM | 4,835 Views
A new addition to my flock, is a little 1M wingspan Jynx.
A.U.W is 194b.This is a little heavy for a small `foam` sloper, but this may be O.K. in stronger winds.Very cheap to build and extremely easy.Depron is the material used and a small 2cell 500ma battery with a volt reg chip.
Still need to maiden her . Hope the name doesn`t describe the 1st flight.
Posted by EATHIS | Aug 07, 2011 @ 04:05 AM | 8,174 Views
I got my new 800mm mini warbird from .It took not even 3 weeks to get here.[South Africa] This is the bare kit only, i`m fitting my own electronics system.Only 30 dollers excluding shipping.Really nice little warbird for the price.Nice detail and easy build.Still have to maiden it.
Motor : E-MAX CF2812 1600kv
ESC : Hobbyking 30A programmable
Battery: 7,4v 1300mah
Prop :8x4 15 ounces of thrust @ 9 amps
:9x5 19 ounces of thrust @13 amps
AUW : 430 grams on the dot [as suggested in the manual]
Posted by EATHIS | Apr 22, 2011 @ 05:49 AM | 4,135 Views
Got her today, yet to ride her.
There is some swell pumping in at the beach.
YIPPEEEE !!!!!!!!
Posted by EATHIS | Feb 21, 2011 @ 10:50 AM | 4,592 Views
Well this is MIG no.3
Servos and pushrods are in and tested. Weight so far is 790g.
Just the nose , flight battery and receiver to go. All-up weight should be between 1000g-1200g.
Posted by EATHIS | Feb 18, 2011 @ 10:40 AM | 5,616 Views
This is my 3rd Mig-7 and its getting better and better to build.
Posted by EATHIS | Feb 09, 2011 @ 02:52 PM | 4,718 Views
Movie 08 02 11 (2 min 6 sec)

My first try at onboard flight video.
Posted by EATHIS | Jan 07, 2011 @ 02:20 PM | 5,225 Views
Here is an easy build whith detailed instructions to build a simple correx plane.
Easy to build but not too easy to fly.Go to
Posted by EATHIS | Dec 09, 2010 @ 01:20 PM | 5,359 Views
This is my second mig7.
Pretty cool but my maiden was a bit dissapointing.

History of the real plane.
cMiG-3ud 'White 54', 7th IAP VVS ChF, Crimean, 1943

Correx Mig

Posted by EATHIS | Oct 21, 2010 @ 03:35 PM | 5,243 Views
This is a home made plane made from corrugated plastic.
Most guys fly from the slope with no motor.
I installed a motor for park flying and sloping.
She flies superbly and has no UGLY tendencies.
This plane is also cheap and easy to build.
Plans are courtesy of Dave West.
The motor is a Turnigy 35-48-A 1100kv
E.S.C. is 60 A Turnigy
Battery is a 3-cell 2200 {4 cell can give more power}
Prop is a 12x6 electric
This plane is very heavy [1.8kg AUW] so you could size down the motor if necessary. She flew absolutely perfectly and rock steady even in a stiff breeze.