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Old 04-06-2019, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by flejter1 View Post
I have talked in length with T-One about building Micro T-1 sized semi scale jets. The problem we have, is the cost of building jet molds is not cheap. They thought going to a wood & mono coat wing option (like many other factories are building)for the Micro T1 would help keep the cost down. I was against it because to me, mono coat does not belong on jets as it just really makes the jet look like a cheap POS and who wants to keep ironing mono coat, or have mono coat peeling off. After the wood wing was finished, they agreed and scrapped the wing because that product quality is not T-One quality and they are not going to take a step backwards. So back to the discussion, to keep the price competitive with the mono coat jets, it doesn't add up to build them as they need to recoup the investment and still make some profit at the end of the day or they close the doors. I personally would, and I think a customer would be willing to pay a little more to have a T-One quality, full composite jet that will last a life time vs a cheaper mono coat or foamy. So lets open the discussion, if you could buy a Micro sized, full composite, semi scale jet, would you be willing to pay $1,300.00- $1,600.00 for it with gear, tank, pipe, hardware, fully painted? I was thinking F-86, T-33, Mig15 maybe F-18. What says you??

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Personally I wouldnít be interested in a ďmicroĒ sized scale jet but Mini or slightly bigger than Mini I absolutely would. My T-One Mini gets real small real quick and I really wouldnít be interested in anything smaller. I was really interested in that new Eflite F4 Phantom but then after seeing it in person decided it was too small. I was also interested in the T-One F16 you already have but after seeing it side by side with the T-One Mini I think itís too small for me as well. The bigger stuff youíre doing like the T50 and the Yak look amazing, but they are out of my price range unfortunately. But a $2200-$2500 F18? Man! Of course thatís what Iím wishing for, Iím not a market expert an any way obviously lol.
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Old 04-07-2019, 05:33 AM
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The MotionRC F-22 is a very nice size for a smaller scale jet. It has a nice presence in the air for a small plane. Shame that it is foam though. If T-One were to produce a smaller all-composite F-22 baby-brother to their current offering I would be seriously tempted. Wouldn't need the thrust vectoring, but scale gear and a scale finish is a must.

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Old 04-07-2019, 04:53 PM
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A Mini or Micro F-18 and F-22 would sell well.
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Old 04-07-2019, 05:02 PM
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Sure would like to see an F-35 in 2.7 meter, or slightly larger size. Since Kingtech now has 3 different size turbo prop engines on the market, any chance that T-1 might produce some airframe for these powerplants? A-29 Super Tucano ,or the Texan 2 would be good subjects for the K-100 tp engines.

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Old 04-08-2019, 05:19 PM
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Or a Wolverine attack version of the T-6 Texan II
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Old 04-10-2019, 11:42 AM
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A 160 size F84 would be great to see aswell. Thanks for the replies Dirk. I haven’t seen T one models in person but I’m impressed from what I see on here. Obviously quality and scale is important but also bothers me is when jets go miles down the runway and does a sudden leap up into the air or they can’t do nice smooth landings, hopefully T one models don’t do that. Look forward to seeing the future projects please keep us updated!
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Old 04-17-2019, 12:13 PM
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Would T one consider a single 160 size F22? About 2.2-2.4m length?
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Old 04-17-2019, 12:32 PM
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A bigger cougar would be ace , love my skymaster one , great flyer , but somthing a bit larger and more scale would be great,
although any 50's -60's-70's Era RAF jets would be welcome additions too
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Old 04-17-2019, 11:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Newton5019 View Post
A bigger cougar would be ace , love my skymaster one , great flyer , but somthing a bit larger and more scale would be great,
although any 50's -60's-70's Era RAF jets would be welcome additions too
Would love to see classic RAF jets too and more classic Russian!
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Old 04-19-2019, 08:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Mikey5547 View Post
Would T one consider a single 160 size F22? About 2.2-2.4m length?
I don't for see a smaller F-22 being produced by T-One. I hear rumors that Jet Legend/BVm is going to bring back the Jet Legend F-22 and that is the size you are talking about, 160N. We are guiding T-One to build models that are not currently available, to give us more variety besides the same old stuff that every factory has in there lineup. Obviously T-One has built the usual Hawks, F-16, etc that everyone has. Now it is time to bring out new and fresh jets that no one else is building or has built but it was not that good of quality and could use a T-One Quality upgrade!!

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Originally Posted by Newton5019 View Post
A bigger cougar would be ace , love my skymaster one , great flyer , but somthing a bit larger and more scale would be great,
although any 50's -60's-70's Era RAF jets would be welcome additions too
Newton,

I have mentioned in this thread earlier that a 110" F9-F Cougar has been drawn, verified for details and will be off to the mold builders shortly. T-One also has a 1/7 F-15 scheduled to be built this year that should be extremely detailed, light weight and has Scale gear that works.

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Originally Posted by David Jackson View Post
Sure would like to see an F-35 in 2.7 meter, or slightly larger size. Since Kingtech now has 3 different size turbo prop engines on the market, any chance that T-1 might produce some airframe for these powerplants? A-29 Super Tucano ,or the Texan 2 would be good subjects for the K-100 tp engines.
David & Patrnflyr,

We have been talking to T-One about Turbo prop planes and we just don't want to make another PC-21 or Tucano like everyone else, Boring!! I have had a few suggestions for the Texan II, but it looks really close to the PC-21. We are still talking on this subject and looking for other options. I think we may see a 2.7 - 2.9 M F-35 in 2020. This year is flying by and they are working hard to release 4-5 more jets this year.


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Originally Posted by flejter1 View Post
Newton,

I have mentioned in this thread earlier that a 110" F9-F Cougar has been drawn, verified for details and will be off to the mold builders shortly. T-One also has a 1/7 F-15 scheduled to be built this year that should be extremely detailed, light weight and has Scale gear that works.

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yes , sorry Dirk, didn't word my previous post properly, I look forwards to seeing what's released

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Originally Posted by flejter1 View Post
I don't for see a smaller F-22 being produced by T-One. I hear rumors that Jet Legend/BVm is going to bring back the Jet Legend F-22 and that is the size you are talking about, 160N. We are guiding T-One to build models that are not currently available, to give us more variety besides the same old stuff that every factory has in there lineup. Obviously T-One has built the usual Hawks, F-16, etc that everyone has. Now it is time to bring out new and fresh jets that no one else is building or has built but it was not that good of quality and could use a T-One Quality upgrade!!

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Thatís a very fair answer. Iím glad to hear T one are purposely trying to do different models that arenít in the market. Look forward to seeing what the future brings
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We just posted our 1/7th scale Mirage 2000C to our page.

The NRC Mirage 2000C. Same as the JMB in Europe.

Specs: 1.22M wingspan, 1.95M Length, between 7-10kg AUW (depending on options installed), 2000CC fuel tank (standard), 7+Channels, 180cc UAT, perfectly sized for a 80-120n engine. The airframe without any equipment installed is 2.7kg.
This is a 1:7.5 scale composite jet; turbine ready ARF. We are also offering Swiwin engine installed PNP options.The model features AIREX Composite construction, scale details, two realistic color schemes, LED lights, GDW HD MG Coreless Servos, scale CNC landing gear and sequenced doors, electric retracts and brakes, JP Hobby gear controller, a thrust-vectoring option, smoke system option, and more

Currently production time is running around 1 month from time of order then 5-10 days shipping. We are expecting our first model to arrive in the next 2-3 weeks. Introductory prices start at $2989 for standard turbine-ready ARF.
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Originally Posted by flejter1 View Post
David & Patrnflyr,

We have been talking to T-One about Turbo prop planes and we just don't want to make another PC-21 or Tucano like everyone else, Boring!! I have had a few suggestions for the Texan II, but it looks really close to the PC-21. We are still talking on this subject and looking for other options. I think we may see a 2.7 - 2.9 M F-35 in 2020. This year is flying by and they are working hard to release 4-5 more jets this year.


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Turbo Beaver Dirk?
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Originally Posted by novajets View Post
We just posted our 1/7th scale Mirage 2000C to our page.

The NRC Mirage 2000C. Same as the JMB in Europe.

Specs: 1.22M wingspan, 1.95M Length, between 7-10kg AUW (depending on options installed), 2000CC fuel tank (standard), 7+Channels, 180cc UAT, perfectly sized for a 80-120n engine. The airframe without any equipment installed is 2.7kg.
This is a 1:7.5 scale composite jet; turbine ready ARF. We are also offering Swiwin engine installed PNP options.The model features AIREX Composite construction, scale details, two realistic color schemes, LED lights, GDW HD MG Coreless Servos, scale CNC landing gear and sequenced doors, electric retracts and brakes, JP Hobby gear controller, a thrust-vectoring option, smoke system option, and more

Currently production time is running around 1 month from time of order then 5-10 days shipping. We are expecting our first model to arrive in the next 2-3 weeks. Introductory prices start at $2989 for standard turbine-ready ARF.
Got any pics? Who are NRC?
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i don't suppose you can hint as to what t -one will be releasing this/next year ? I'm ready for a new airframe 😀

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Who are NRC?
It's self branding for the product. The factory is Guangxi Fengzhiheng Aviation Technology.
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It's self branding for the product. The factory is Guangxi Fengzhiheng Aviation Technology.
Ahh ok I havenít heard of them before. Sounds like nice size mirage
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Originally Posted by Newton5019 View Post
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i don't suppose you can hint as to what t -one will be releasing this/next year ? I'm ready for a new airframe 😀

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Theyíve went a bit quiet after the SU 35 drama. Hopefully it will get resolved.
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Originally Posted by Mikey5547 View Post

Theyíve went a bit quiet after the SU 35 drama. Hopefully it will get resolved.
That will probably be held very close to the vest after that since T-One has quite a few things in the works and some big plans.
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Got any pics?
I had issues with attaching the photos the other day from my tablet. Here you go. The paint scheme is now faded in front of the intakes. Offering a standard French grey color as well.



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Originally Posted by Newton5019 View Post
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i don't suppose you can hint as to what t -one will be releasing this/next year ? I'm ready for a new airframe 😀

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I was hoping they would have replied by now, Iím keeping a eye out too as Iím looking for a new jet at some point
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Mikey, We have some things in the works, we are not quite ready to put it out here yet.
Until then for 2019:
F-22
T-50
Yak-130
T-1 Micro
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