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Piper Cub J3 RC Plane

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After struggling for almost 2 weeks editing and rendering, this Piper Cub build video is finally released. The problem started when I tried new style of shooting on the build steps, but it ended up a disaster. The result was not watchable with 5X speed timelapse as usual and the lighting also terrible. I need to re-edit and failed render multiple times. This is the best that I can give to you, I think it's better than before (the first render) but still my worst production. Although I think you can still follow my build easily, just like my other videos, only the quality is not good. Beside that, the model itself the Piper Cub is awesome. It flies great, very slow. My last flight was on the last weekend it fly very slow with only 40% throttle but I didn't record it. The flying scene on this video was shoot 2 2 weeks ago. The design is very similar with Cessna 172 build style, but this Piper Cub has more details and longer build time. The CG is spot on, doesn't need any counter weight ballast on the nose.

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Douglas DC-3 RC Plane Part 2

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In this DC-3 build part 2 I am going to share with you how to make the horizontal stabilizer, steerable tail wheel and servo platform. I use separate servos for moving the rudder and tail wheel. They will be mixed together so they will have co-axial movement. You will need 5mm carbon tube with 100 cm length for horizontal stabilizer spars. I also use ready made plastic hinges for the elevators.

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Cartoon Mig-21 Lancer RC Plane

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The last cartoon RC plane had surprisingly very good feedback from my audience, so I make another model. This time is Mig-21 Lancer in fatty or cartoon style. The original plans was making Spitfire, but change to Mig-21 because it won the poll on my channel's community tab. This Mig-21 is looks huge with 105 cm wingspan but only weight 1050 grams. It uses the same electronic as T-2 Buckeye. It has detachable landing gears, so you can switch mode easily on field, you can choose to take of run with wheels from ground or just tossing the plane into the air.

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Douglas DC-3 RC Plane Part 1

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About 2 months ago I held a polling on my community tab, to decide between Douglas DC-3 or DHC-6 Twin Otter, the winner for the next twin motor RC model plane is Douglas DC-3. This project should have began last week but I ran out of 3mm foam board. I mainly use 3mm depron foam or polyfoam for the material and 5mm for the formers. The wingspan will be 2200 mm or 87 inches. This project will be divided into 3 or 4 parts, from start to finish and fly. In between each part I will make 2 new projects, so it will not too boring on just 1 subject.

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RC Airboat Plans

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The sole purpose of building this RC airboat is that I need a rescue boat for my RC seaplane. Just in case the seaplane has malfunctioned in the middle of the lake or failed take off or crash on landing, I could rescue it with RC airboat and bring back to the shore. The airboat plans is quite simple but still looking scale. The material is also depron foam 5mm the same material I use for building RC plane. The model is modelled from the real airboat, it is an 18 foot Sportsman from 1000 Islands Airboats from Wisconsin, USA. It's trully a scale model but like semi scale, because I simplify the parts for easier build.

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