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Mirage 2000 RC Plane

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This jet is sponsored by my friend who owned a Radio Control parts store, he provided all the electronics, including 70mm EDF, retract landing gear, ESC and Lipo Battery. You can visit his stores on 2 links below. We both decided to build Mirage 2000 that have 2 seats, because it looks way cooler than the single seat version. At this project I committed to use foam safe glue for the primary glue for saving weight reason, but in the reality looks like foam safe glue was not suitable for my building style. It's too slow and too weak, but mainly too slow. So this project release is very late. Also the maiden flight was not very smooth to achieved, many days of trial and error, but finally it did fly, gracefully. It achieved by replacing the EDF with pusher prop motor. We plan to use more powerful EDF with 6S in the future, and will update it to you when it happen.

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Boeing 747-400 RC Plane Plans

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I wanted to make Boeing 747 RC model since 4 years ago. I even had the nose section built but never got any further than that. That time the wingspan is still 3500 mm, but now it will be 4000 mm. If my calculation is right the weight will be around 4000 gram. Back then I just build the plane for fun, so I keep being bothered by works and other activities. But now I'm sure it will finish it in about 4 months. I will upload the progress every month and between every update I will make another RC plane model. So when the time for this Boeing 747 is finish, we will have 3 other new model planes too. I use 3mm foamboard for the skin and 5mm for the formers. The landing gear will be fixed and will use pusher prop motors as power plant.

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T-45 Goshawk RC Plane Plans

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Actually this model was not planned before. I have an ongoing "secret project", but apparently that project was very hard to make and very time consuming, I need to switch to an alternative project that is quick and simple to build. At first I was going to make a fun-jet, but then again I don't like a non-scale aircraft, so I switched again to F-8 Crusader. But I remembered that I saw some comments requesting T-45 Goshawk. I've done that jet in the past, and it's simple and also beautiful with "eye catching" color scheme. Finally I pick this T-45 Goshawk. I reduce the size to 800mm in a hope that it will have bigger power. I also make available for 900mm wingspan plans.

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Douglas DC-3 Part 5 RC Plane

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This is the final episode of Douglas DC-3 or C-47 RC plane build. It's primary using 3mm and 5mm depron or polyfoam or XPS foam. This last video is covering about making the wing, wing fairing, install landing lights, and other accessories like detail of the engine cowl and battery hatch door. The CG of this model is 12 cm from the leading edge, by using 2X 3S Lipo battery it will ballanced perfectly. You can have 8 minutes of flight time using 2 lipo batteries. This plane is a good flyer, short take off, scale speed, and easy to control using combination of aileron and rudder. The landing is also smooth and slow, no flap needed. Unfortunately the retract landing gear was the only downside, one of the servo is failed.

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Piper Seneca RC Plane

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Piper Seneca was once on my wishlist, finally I can get my hand on this type of aircraft. At first I already planned to make Piper Seminole but I thought its T-tail will bring a hard time to build. So to make simple but scale model I choose Seneca II and the end result is surprisingly easy to build. The wing is very similar than the Cherokee that I already built and flown. The performance also very similar to the Cherokee, but with more powerful thrust with twin motors. In this project also the first time I ever use motor for quad/ drone race.

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