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Chief Aircraft / Skymaster USA Release of New 1:3.5 Hawk T1 and Hawk 100

Old 08-09-2015, 04:35 AM
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Default Chief Aircraft / Skymaster USA Release of New 1:3.5 Hawk T1 and Hawk 100

The new large Hawk will be released at Jetpower! We will be taking orders on the new hawk for the next container and airfreight orders anytime after! It is available in both the T1 and 100 configurations. This is a large bird, about the same size as the Tomahawk. Specs on the airframes are below the pictures!

Email me at Danny@chiefaircraft.com for more info and availability! I will be receiving my demo here around November and will post a Chief Build thread and videos so that I will be available to answer detailed questions about the aircraft's build and flight setups!












T1 Specs
Scale:
1:3.5Wingspan: 104 in (2650mm)
Length: 130.5 in (3330mm) w/ Probe
Power: 42 lb (20kg) Thrust
Turbine:: 180N and Up
Servos: Requires 10-12 Standard Size

Hawk 100 Specs
Scale: 1:3.5
Wingspan: 108 in (2720mm) w/ Tip Pylons
Length: 137 in (3480mm) w/ Probe
Power: 42 lb (20kg) Thrust
Turbine:: 180N and Up
Servos: Requires 10-12 Standard Size
Radio: 12+ Channel (Required)
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Old 08-09-2015, 07:32 AM
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Thats a huuuuge B@#$% hehe seeing as the hawks are such nice flyers this should be a very popular jet.
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Originally Posted by FenderBean View Post
Thats a huuuuge B@#$% hehe seeing as the hawks are such nice flyers this should be a very popular jet.
Come on Keith! I'm sure the future holds one with you name all over it!
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Hey Danny,
What's the price of that beast?
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Originally Posted by David Jackson View Post
Hey Danny,
What's the price of that beast?
$3695 for the T1 Airframe painted and $2595 for the gear. Lots of other accessories. The hawk 100 has the most accessories.

http://jets.chiefaircraft.com/skymas...et1-large.html

http://jets.chiefaircraft.com/skymas...100-large.html
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Awesome! Subscribed
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Likai receives his Hawk for installation and high stress flight testing! Looks awesome!




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Likai has his big hawk ready!
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Hmmm, looks great but it's sitting way too low on that grass pic. Is that the final gear? Struts pumped up etc? Unlike Likai to get it wrong????
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yes, we just finished the LG with the gear doors installed., we do not install the P-200 with the tailpipe yet., so How much pressure do not measure the amount of perfusion ., after install the P-200 with the servos and batts that we will measure it !
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LG test.,



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXnQkn_VXU8
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This looks to be another great product from skymaster!!!! looking forward to building one of these babies!!!

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Can Skymasters make a true T-45 hawk in all sizes. Pretty Please



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yes, the T-45 in my list projects., Thank you for suggested, but 2016 and 2017 projects are full .,


I just got the LG from Likai., we will install to Hawk 100 in Skymaster factory as soon,



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I totaly agree that a true T-45 in this size will be a block buster !
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Looks good, but how does that u/c mechanically lock in and out? .
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the cylinders of Nose gear and main gears included the air lock function.,


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Ok so if the air runs out or the pressure is low, they are not locked, either up or down?.

But If I am wrong then what is an "Air Lock Function" and how does it work?
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Originally Posted by pilot tw View Post
yes, the T-45 in my list projects., Thank you for suggested, but 2016 and 2017 projects are full .,


I just got the LG from Likai., we will install to Hawk 100 in Skymaster factory as soon,



LG looks amazing. Would be great to see T-45 in future. What are in the list of 2016 and 2017 projects?
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Be interesting to see how the stab is set up servo wise and some test flying video too - big bird indeed and love the 'scale' gear look too....

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When the landing gear cylinder reaches full travel it locks. Air pressure in the opposite direction unlocks it. There is a small pin inside that locks the gear cylinder internally. The F-14 has this system in the nose gear and works great.
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Originally Posted by Flightwerkz View Post
When the landing gear cylinder reaches full travel it locks. Air pressure in the opposite direction unlocks it. There is a small pin inside that locks the gear cylinder internally. The F-14 has this system in the nose gear and works great.

Ok got it thanks. Looks like a nice system.
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Hi, may I ask that what is the actual length of fuse without the probe?

Thank you.

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Marc, Anton posted this on FB

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