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Old 07-27-2018, 07:32 PM
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Aviation Jet SU-35

This 2.7m SU-35 is going to be amazing. The detail that Aviation Jet has done is superb to say the least.

Some details:

Length 2750mm / 108.27"
Wingspan 1850mm / 72.83"
Turbines 8-12KG

Standard package will include:

Electric gear set,
pipes with vector thrust,
2X 2.8 liter Kevlar tanks with metal tank fitting and heavy clunks,
Hardware set and cockpit.

Options will be:
  • Scale Accessories Package
  • Scale Cockpit
  • Lighting System
  • Smoke System
  • Missile set
Keep an eye out on the site as we are continuasly updating photos and information
https://pacificrcjets.com/collection...35-coming-soon




















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Old 07-27-2018, 08:28 PM
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Yep. One for me! Will it fly with twin vt80? Or do I have to shop new engines too?

is nosecone detachable to reduce overall lenght fpr transport?

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Old 07-28-2018, 02:08 AM
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Wow that looks amazing! Nice size too. Hopefully the price isnít crazy but I doubt itís cheap. If anyone receives one please post pics and vids!
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Old 07-29-2018, 10:34 AM
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Also does it come as arf kit all painted exactly like this pictures with all the scale details? I love the metal work finish.
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HEADS UP : This vector thrust will NOT work.
Even at small deflection, hot gases escape the system and will put on FIRE the external fibreglass nozzles and the rear fuselage.
I already tested that exact design and its a recipe for FAILURE. You dont believe it ? > then try it!! <
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p.s. On my Sukhoi SU-37 ,after loads of tests and spot welding i perfected my own custom vector system .
Now at full thrust and full deflection on mine , temp dont go over 20C as can be seen here : Sukhoi SU-37 "Terminator" - ?????? 5 - www.petame.gr
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I do not know what kind of system is in su-35, but my mig-29 skymaster system works just fine without problems.
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Originally Posted by Ceeray View Post
I do not know what kind of system is in su-35, but my mig-29 skymaster system works just fine without problems.
Terve Ceeray.
I also owned the VT SM Mig. Notice that the SM Mig has double the clear space around the VT than this set up for cooling?
But this manufacture can post a video of there VT action during flight and solve any doughs
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Old 07-30-2018, 05:46 AM
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Any pricing information available? Also, is the larger Aviation Jets SU-35 being released this year?
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Originally Posted by David Jackson View Post
Any pricing information available? Also, is the larger Aviation Jets SU-35 being released this year?
It is in flight testing and the prices will be available soon on the Pacific RC Jets website...

https://pacificrcjets.com/collections/aviation-jet-kits
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Will this be on display at jetpower?
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Originally Posted by Ceeray View Post
Will this be on display at jetpower?
I doubt it unless there is a European dealer going
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Originally Posted by Desertlakesflying View Post
It is in flight testing and the prices will be available soon on the Pacific RC Jets website...

https://pacificrcjets.com/collections/aviation-jet-kits

saw video of them flying. Think it was the big one. Looked to fly great. Barry should have the smaller one at BITW we hope.
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Originally Posted by gunradd View Post



saw video of them flying. Think it was the big one. Looked to fly great. Barry should have the smaller one at BITW we hope.
Didnít know there was a smaller one! You able to post the video?
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The "smaller one" is still 108" long. I wish they'd make one about 50-60% that size. It would be my dream jet.

...ooh...I forgot! ...also do an Su-37 variant with the canards.

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Originally Posted by T3chDad View Post
The "smaller one" is still 108" long. I wish they'd make one about 50-60% that size. It would be my dream jet.

...ooh...I forgot! ...also do an Su-37 variant with the canards.
ahh I thought the 108Ē was the bigger one. Shame wish they had a slightly smaller one too.

i always thought the su-34 was a great looking version to make a nice model although the landing gear would be a bit tricky to produce
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Originally Posted by gunradd View Post



saw video of them flying. Think it was the big one. Looked to fly great. Barry should have the smaller one at BITW we hope.
Where can I find the flight video of the SU-35?
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I could do a 34! ...just not the Su-30 or any of the other two-seat variants. I think those are rather ugly.
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The last "good lookin" 2 seater was the F4. Designed, that way. All the new single seaters turned into minivans look like someone put an air hose up their butt and inflated them. But, I do show a little favoritism to the Phantom!
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LoL...awesome. I feel the same way. In the case of the Flanker variants, it looks like a big pimple that needs to be popped!
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What scale is this one?
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1/8 I think..
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Originally Posted by Ceeray View Post
1/8 I think..
Thanks, someone said thereís a big and small version Iím not sure whether the one in this thread is the big or small version
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Originally Posted by Mikey5547 View Post

Thanks, someone said thereís a big and small version Iím not sure whether the one in this thread is the big or small version

the one one in this thread is the little one... still a twin and huge though. The big one is about 135 inches long and gigantic.
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Hey gunradd,
In post #12, you mentioned that you saw flight video of the SU-30. Is that video posted? Also, do you know if both the large and small SU-30s are being released around the same time?
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Originally Posted by David Jackson View Post
Hey gunradd,
In post #12, you mentioned that you saw flight video of the SU-30. Is that video posted? Also, do you know if both the large and small SU-30s are being released around the same time?
Hello David. Barry should have one at Best in the West this year. The videos I have seen are all on Facebook. They are not the best videos but it looked to fly well. We need to get one over here and do proper video of it flying. From what I know they are both very close to being released now. Call Dirk he would know. He might be even accepting orders now not sure.
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