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Excalibur 3.5m Sport Jet

Old 01-06-2017, 11:49 AM
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Default Excalibur 3.5m Sport Jet

Skyaviations have the opportunity to build this Big sport jet so I'm looking for your input from jet pilots if you like this project and if any one will be interested of getting one. I'm including a link to the plane flying

Sky Aviations Prototype Excalibur

Specifications:
Wingspan 3 Meter / 118"
Length 3,50 Meter / 138"
Flying Weight with 5 ltr.Gas 24,3 kg
Powered by IQ Hammer 200


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Old 01-06-2017, 12:30 PM
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Hey Victor,
What about a 3 meter scale J-10, Eurofighter, or Saab Gripen? Just the right size, not too big, or too small.
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We have a J-10 I will check the size
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I think the large sport jet market has plenty already, may think about other large less common models. Just a thought
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Flys nice in video...easy lander....
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Originally Posted by vquick View Post
We have a J-10 I will check the size
Hey Victor,

If I remember correctly, your J-10 is the 3D version that is roughly 120" long. I am interested in a scale version of the same size with cockpit, gear doors, speedbrake, scale landing gear, and functional canopy. It also must have plywood formers, live hinges, and not contain any honeycomb material. If you have anything that fits that description, I might be interested.

Like Fenderbean mentioned, it seems that in the past couple of years, the market has been saturated with large and small sport models. I am personally looking for something different in the not too large (110" to 120") scale type models. Anyway, will be interested in what you might have that's not already available from other vendors.

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Originally Posted by David Jackson View Post
Hey Victor,

If I remember correctly, your J-10 is the 3D version that is roughly 120" long. I am interested in a scale version of the same size with cockpit, gear doors, speedbrake, scale landing gear, and functional canopy. It also must have plywood formers, live hinges, and not contain any honeycomb material. If you have anything that fits that description, I might be interested.

Like Fenderbean mentioned, it seems that in the past couple of years, the market has been saturated with large and small sport models. I am personally looking for something different in the not too large (110" to 120") scale type models. Anyway, will be interested in what you might have that's not already available from other vendors.

The J-10 is in hold so far we have other planes in plan but right now we are looking on this one I know there other planes in market but there is not that many big sport jet this big cause Leonardo and Rebel are smaller than this and so far when I go to events people want bigger planes
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Originally Posted by BillJ View Post
Flys nice in video...easy lander....
Plane looks pretty good
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