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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Hello

    Others pics of Episode :
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Episode is setting in Korea.
    Test flying tomorrow.
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Why does it say made in china? I thought these were made in Korea... [&:]

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    bj he is Korean
    His factory is located in China.

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Hello

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    That's a beautiful airplane, bet it looks great on the ground.

    Not trying to sound disrespectful, but I would hope an alternate (simpler, bolder) paint scheme might be available for those of us with aging eyes that can't see pastels and busy paint schemes at a distance. Unfortunately, I have become one of 'those guys'. Like I said before, I am not criticizing the artist, only admitting my diminished eyesight....

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    I would agree. Hope some options are available. [8D]



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    ORIGINAL: woodie

    That's a beautiful airplane, bet it looks great on the ground.

    Not trying to sound disrespectful, but I would hope an alternate (simpler, bolder) paint scheme might be available for those of us with aging eyes that can't see pastels and busy paint schemes at a distance. Unfortunately, I have become one of 'those guys'. Like I said before, I am not criticizing the artist, only admitting my diminished eyesight....

    Woodie

    Don,
    I have been talking to BJ Park about that exact thing. There are several options including just different colors but the same scheme or your own "scheme". I have been speaking to him about doing the same scheme that is on my DeJaVu and he was willing to do it. You can still process everything through F3A Unlimited.

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    It is good to know you ca customize the scheme. The stock color scheme is beautiful. I would prefer more lighter color at the bottom half of the fuse though.


    On a different subject. The shape of the wing panels looks fancy. What is it called and what are the advantages?
    Where facts are few, experts are many.
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    That's the new DTFS design pattern wing.  It was designed to better handle the FAI sequences.  Supposedly, he's also releasing (or has released) this wing for the Nuance.   There's supposed to be a video of this wing on the Nuance flying but, I can't seem to find the right link to make it work.  In the meantime, here's some more information on it.....

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    The DTFS design was indeed new, in 1987, when Wolfgang Matt started using his Saphir. As I recall he told me that the wingtips improved snap-rolls and handling in turbulent conditions.

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    I'm not sold on the DTFS wing. I've heard from someone I'd consider VERY reputable that it caused some yaw stability strangeness, that he didn't have on the Nuance with the standard wing.
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Doug,

    I heard the same thing from the same source. We actually had a good talk about it. He was very curious as to my setup as he thought mine with the normal wings snapped better than he could get his to. What I'm curious about though, is if the canalyzer helps solve some of that, and maybe that is why this Episode has it. I'm very anxious to fly one when Chris gets his together soon.


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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    I think the Canilizer is on the plane to add stability as Arch stated. You could still add stab fences to improve what the wing might take away. These planes are such a balance these days to get all the idealattributes in one design seems hard to get.
    I'd like to see the Episode made available with a wing option available. Mike
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Bj craft Episode have completed a test flight today in Korea.
    According to the end of the test Flyer sj yun
    The flight was very satisfying.
    I'll reply in more flight reviews later

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Very Nice!


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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Is nice to know they do custom schemes, Is there a surcharge for it?
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    I noticed that in the earlier photos the stabilizer panels do not have a mid span fence.

    What was the improvement observed after adding them?

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    ORIGINAL: g_mkoch

    Is nice to know they do custom schemes, Is there a surcharge for it?
    I was quoted a reasonable price for it. My scheme is certainly not as complex as the Episode's. BJ answers emails immediately (within 1 day due to time difference). He's willing to do what you ask, at least he treated me that way. If I remember correctly, he told me $300 ?? for the same scheme and different colors. The price quote I received was based on a completely different scheme.

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    RE: BJCraft Episode


    ORIGINAL: smcharg


    ORIGINAL: g_mkoch

    Is nice to know they do custom schemes, Is there a surcharge for it?
    I was quoted a reasonable price for it. My scheme is certainly not as complex as the Episode's. BJ answers emails immediately (within 1 day due to time difference). He's willing to do what you ask, at least he treated me that way. If I remember correctly, he told me $300 ?? for the same scheme and different colors. The price quote I received was based on a completely different scheme.

    Will you have yours by the next competition in San Antonio?
    Kenobi - I think we lost something.
    Skywalker - Not to worry, we are still flying half a ship.

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    ORIGINAL: g_mkoch

    Will you have yours by the next competition in San Antonio?
    Unfortunately, no but not because of F3A Unlimited or BJ. It's just a responsible choice being made for a father of 4 who has 3 kids in 7th grade right now and 2 playing football.

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Carbon parts are not received to bj
    Korean makers have produced on its own
    For those interested in the options part production plans.
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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    Are you making these parts for sale ?

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    RE: BJCraft Episode

    What is the thinking behind not having wing adjusters in these planes. Are they a o-o setup or is there incidence in it as it comes?


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