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SU-47 RTF EDF too good to be true?

Old 08-08-2009, 03:21 PM
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Okay at my flying site it might not be able to take off the grass [:@] can you hand lanuch it?
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Hambot, it needs a LOT of airspeed thru the fans to launch...... I really would not suggest hand launching it unless you have a good strong run/ thrower person to help you, but Its likely to stall due to lack of airspeed over the wing.

Find a big parking lot somewhere, its the best bet.
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Damn, thats a shame Might be able to find a car park large enough, the closest one is my local supermarket 200 yards away. Unfortuneatly its surrounded by houses and a main road so i'm not sure thats the best place. Thanks for your help though
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Well, so On my super good day of flying just about everything in the hangar yesterday, I decided to take out this beast again, and saddly a crosswind tip stalled me on take off when I pulled back on the sticks to gain altitude too fast, and I rolled it on the wing.

Smushed the nosecone, and tore off a wing, but a few carbon spars and gorilla glue and I should be fine.

Nosecone however..... total loss. Need to get a replacement.

I shouldnt have flown witht he crosswind, but meh, win some loose some.
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Old 10-11-2009, 09:32 PM
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http://www.bananahobby.com/1904.html

there is a new THRUST VECTORING version comming out.. WOW. [X(]
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BANANA HOBBY? <span lang="en" class="short_text" id="result_box"><span></span></span>
I like large size
www.aviationtrivia.info/Sukhoi-Su-47.php

<div>Construction: wood + foam, fiberglass coated</div><div>The completed model of course, not kits! All ready! Parts in two plywood boxes! You will need only to connect theseparts.</div>But without:<div>- electric motors,</div><div>- EDFs,</div><div>- ESC,</div><div>- servos,</div><div>- batteries.</div>
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