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Old 11-14-2017, 04:23 AM
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Old 11-14-2017, 04:23 AM
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Old 11-14-2017, 04:18 PM
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Congratulations. I'm sure it looked amazing. Love the Bavarian Tiger. I hope my replacement parts come soon so I can get mine back together and join the ranks of happy T one Tiger owners!

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Old 11-20-2017, 07:20 AM
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While waiting on my Euro, I am compiling the data for set up etc.

A few questions that I have:
1: gear has two actuators. Does it need a sequencer as in ,down, then lock, unlock then up?
2: canopy lock and opening. Sequencer too? Unlock then open, close then lock?
3: 1/7 pilot should be the right size for a 13%model?
4: Canards.... Tell me all you can on them little wings! Take off and landing setups, mixing with elevons, slow flight vrs clean flight.
5: canards as ground spoilers?
6: Marc, you mentioned no uat? No space?? Not quite a fan of flying with no header....

Thanks for any help in my queries.

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Old 11-20-2017, 10:14 AM
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Excellent. Good news. Feelings ? Ready to fly weight ? Engine ?

Congratulations!!
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Old 11-20-2017, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by DenisFerrari View Post
Excellent. Good news. Feelings ? Ready to fly weight ? Engine ?

Congratulations!!
Hi Dennis,

Still waiting on my Euro!!

7weeks circa...

Purtroppo!
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Old 11-20-2017, 10:48 AM
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Signofinifinity,
I used a UP3 air sequencer activated by a small servo. Does gears up doors close/doors open gears down.
Canopy lock and unlock was on a separate electronic air valve . Used another single electronic valve and switch to open and close canopy( using a DX 18 radio).
Canards are mixed with elevators, ( I like to put about 10 deg. deflection( up) when gears deploy just to get it in that high alpha attitude for landing. Doesn't take much movement to make canards effective. I don't think there would be any setup that would allow you to use canards as brakes or spoilers once on the ground. Would look cool though.
If I said I didn't use a UAT, it was a misprint. Absolutely have a UAT. I use a 130 CAT. I was able to place it ( after making a cradle for it ) just aft of where the canopy air cylinder cross brace is located.

Good Luck, I hear its a great flying jet!

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Old 11-20-2017, 10:51 AM
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And yes I used a 1/7 "warbird " Pilot and looks good in cockpit. I had to cut a couple inches off his legs so boots didn't interfere with canard horns . Instead of a 5'10" pilot he's more like 5"2". LOL

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Originally Posted by Signofinfinity View Post
Hi Dennis,

Still waiting on my Euro!!

7weeks circa...

Purtroppo!
Be patient, it will arrive

Sorry, the congrats were for US1A kai, after his test flight
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Old 11-20-2017, 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by DenisFerrari View Post
Be patient, it will arrive

Sorry, the congrats were for US1A kai, after his test flight
Haha.. I thought it premature!!! Lol Excalibur ok?
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Old 11-20-2017, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by mmflytie View Post
Signofinifinity,
I used a UP3 air sequencer activated by a small servo. Does gears up doors close/doors open gears down.
Canopy lock and unlock was on a separate electronic air valve . Used another single electronic valve and switch to open and close canopy( using a DX 18 radio).
Canards are mixed with elevators, ( I like to put about 10 deg. deflection( up) when gears deploy just to get it in that high alpha attitude for landing. Doesn't take much movement to make canards effective. I don't think there would be any setup that would allow you to use canards as brakes or spoilers once on the ground. Would look cool though.
If I said I didn't use a UAT, it was a misprint. Absolutely have a UAT. I use a 130 CAT. I was able to place it ( after making a cradle for it ) just aft of where the canopy air cylinder cross brace is located.

Good Luck, I hear its a great flying jet!

Marc
Hi Marc,

Thank you for the heads up.
I was reading on the up3, but I see it still does not sequence the strut right? Then I believe you T'ed both actuators?
Canopy needs two valves then too.
Had in mind of using three air systems, gear and doors, brakes and speed brake and small can for canopy...
Canards setup noted. Do you tie them in linearly? Dx18 too here. Jet Central only do telemetry on spektrum not futaba! So I have to use my spektrum system.
i like using flight modes on all my complex aircraft, so I believe that the ground spoilers option is possible. Try create a mix with AND condition. That is with gear down and landing canard mode, the switch (I like C) will deploy the Canards full down. Looks more scale too

​​​​​​I will consider the GBR cat too. I used it on my L39. I had in mind of using the intairco 175... But space seems to be an issue.

Thanks Marc for the useful info. When is yours ready to go again?
I wish you the best of luck!

George
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Old 11-20-2017, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by mmflytie View Post
And yes I used a 1/7 "warbird " Pilot and looks good in cockpit. I had to cut a couple inches off his legs so boots didn't interfere with canard horns . Instead of a 5'10" pilot he's more like 5"2". LOL

Marc
Haha... Is that the typical Bavarian pilot true height? I might qualify then!!!!lol

Great I will add him to my TO Buy list..... The costings get quite handsome on this build.

Thanks Marc! Let's see your tiger flying soon!!
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Haha.. I thought it premature!!! Lol Excalibur ok?
Sure Xcalibur and MB339-A PAN both ok
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Originally Posted by DenisFerrari View Post
Sure Xcalibur and MB339-A PAN both ok
A certain Japanese holiday, The twin shot of My friend's T-one EF2000 Tiger & my Carf EF2000 Saudi.
T-one's little bit smaller than Carf's and bit heavier....but don't worry it can fly great!
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Very Nice!!
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