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    RE: Flyeagle F18F



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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Hello and sorry because I miss the message,

    here is my brand new Fa 18 FEJ with a P200 SX inside. Weigth is exactly 24,6kg with 4,2 + 1l fuel .....but no weapon under the wings and no fonctionnal rudders (just aileron with 30%exponential and it is perfect !!). CG is 198 mm from leading edge and setting same as OlNico. 30° flap are necessary for a smooth take off and 20° or more for landing. Note on picture the weathering effect who give a real "warbird" touch !! Here a picture from Jetcat P200 . With this Big Bird, I'm a very happy french Jet Pilote . Bye
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Congratulations.
    Mine is still flying very well. 29 kg wet with all the weaponry and scale additions as well as the B-300F. I'll get it out again after the hot season.
    Oli.

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Just for fun, attached the F18 1/7 (P200) and big F16 ( P200) and F14 (2xP160) all from Fly Eagle Jet. Photo taken on juni 31th during the Jetmeeting of AMBERIEUENBUGEY ( FRANCE)
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    olmaugeard

    Just add the mig 29 and that's going to be my line up of jets

    I love this thread, i read it twice.  I want 1/6 f18.
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F


    ORIGINAL: olmaugeard

    Just for fun, attached the F18 1/7Β* (P200) and big F16 ( P200) and F14 (2xP160) all from Fly Eagle Jet. Photo taken on juni 31th during the JetmeetingΒ* of AMBERIEUΒ*ENΒ*BUGEY ( FRANCE)Β*
    I have a 1/7 scale F-18 from Fly Eagle that most recently was posted in the RCU Market Place for sale. After reading a few entries to this post and seeing more flight videos of this plane, I am beginning to lean more toward assembling the plane for personal use. Just curious, did you use the pipe that came with the kit? Also, was it necessary to modify the engine area to install the P-200. [8D]

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F


    I heard that there was problem with the pipe of origin FEJ, I thus ordered other unje at US TAMJET. In the balance sheet almost the same mass +( 60g ) but especially a better quality and thus a better return. It is important considering the loss of power with the Y pipe . For the installation of P200 I moved it at most (see the photo) and I modified the wooden supports for better one. For the electronics of the engine (ECU, etc.) I installed the all component near the engine by removing one small tank.
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F


    David,

    to help you,here some pictures about the new engine bay design , the by-pass with based ceramic coating inside (" Heat Shield + " from BVM) .
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Thanks for the photos. [8D]

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    a short clip of my third season flight no. 40 with the FA18 F - all stock -
    push the P200 to the limit


    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ji1IJUX2es[/youtube]
    the bird still handles perfect.

    Best regards

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Timo Hi

    I am ready to fly my 18 which is the same size and scheme as yours , would you be so kind to put your control settings & the Cof G for your A/C on the forum , I would like to see what you are using compared to what I have set mine too .

    Cheer's Nate

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Any updates on the new airframe or landing gear? What is the new weight of the honeycomb airframe?

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    See my converted Behotec C50-F with Lado's electric actuators.
    I decided to convert the originally pneumatic system at my 2009 - FA18 F Fly Eagle Jet, with the electric one.
    All the three legs are running at 2s Lipo (separate power supply) due to the heavy legs.
    At 7,4 V the drive has no issue with the heavy weight of the legs.
    Still using the pneumatic system for the gear-doors.
    Sequence between gear up and closing doors is about 14 seconds - regulated by a jettronics doorsequencer.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjC2Z7lqF3Y&feature=plcp&context=C45d11c9VDvjVQa1PpcFOM4PR56OzSXBmH0sDt1Vth mC7bhYQP6sY=[/youtube]
    Best regards

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    hey timo any flight video?
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Would someone be old enough to measure the width of the model with the stabs attached?
    Secondly the length from the tailcones up to where the fuselage splits in half.

    I need to decide if it would fit in my car.
    Thanks in advance.

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F


    ORIGINAL: bidrseed2

    Would someone be old enough to measure the width of the model with the stabs attached?
    Secondly the length from the tailcones up to where the fuselage splits in half.

    I need to decide if it would fit in my car.
    Thanks in advance.

    See page 10 and page 11. There are all the measurments.

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Thanks Salibaj, that's quite helpful.

    I'm afraid though it's missing the one which could really be the problem, the width of the model with the stabs attached.

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F


    ORIGINAL: bidrseed2

    Thanks Salibaj, that's quite helpful.

    I'm afraid though it's missing the one which could really be the problem, the width of the model with the stabs attached.
    I see when I can measure mine and post them over.

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Thank you, that would be much appreciated.
    Could I trouble you to measure from the nose to the leading edge of the leading edge extension( lex)

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    with stab 74 inch.
    tailcone to split is 52 inch

    a beautiful jet.
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Just getting mine ready for some more flights and waiting for the weather to get better here in the uk got lots of flights on it now and they look the part in the air.Still going strong on my merlin 160 with a tamjets pipe and the timer on the transmitter is set for 7.5mins then i land on about 5.5ltr of fuel i never fill the tanks full,If u have a look at my other videos u will see it fly and it land real nice

    http://youtu.be/NjLpnx5zf8o

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Hi! Alanjets. I have one of these f-18 almost ready for the maiden flight. What CG are you using? Did you balanced the
    jet with fuel? Thanks in advance.

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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    hey FELIrc


    never balance jet with fuel.
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    Well balance it with UAT full but the rest empty.
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    RE: Flyeagle F18F

    yep never with fuel in tanks just uat full the C/G i still have the marks on it it was set where the wing joins the body and it is 90mm.U will love this plane if its alitttle windy i never use flaps it lands so slow i use alittle on take off with no elivator change
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