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Introducing the newly launched Aviation Jet 1/8 Scale Su35

Old 11-29-2018, 11:26 PM
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Default Introducing the newly launched Aviation Jet 1/8 Scale Su35

Hey guys, here to introduce this sexy and beautiful 1/8 Su35. My first impression of this Su35 is the impressive details and finishing.

Wingspan: 1.9m
Length: 2.7m
flying weight: 26kg
Vector nozzle, electrical landing gear, detailed cockpit, twin turbine, lighting system, missiles etc.






















Old 11-29-2018, 11:28 PM
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Beautiful jet. Any specifics you can add? Engines, fuel capacity, electric gear radio install?
Old 11-30-2018, 09:46 AM
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According to Pacific RC Jets website, fuel capacity is two 87 ounce tanks. This is really an impressive looking model.
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Gear is electric and all pricing is on the web site....
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Thanks for link. Impressive indeed
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Originally Posted by Digital Pilot View Post
Gear is electric and all pricing is on the web site....
do you anticipate having one in the states anytime soon?
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Hello Buck

We should have our Demo bird here pretty soon. We will post photos of it as soon as we can.

Thanks again...
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Outstanding. A great jet. Hope you guys bring it to Mississippi Afterburner or Florida Jets if available by then.
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Effectively, very nice jet!
Do you know if there is an European dealer for Aviation Jet? did find it on their web site.
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Originally Posted by Pat67 View Post
Effectively, very nice jet!
Do you know if there is an European dealer for Aviation Jet? did find it on their web site.
https://kingtechturbine.lu

They sell the AJets Rafale so I think the su35 will be there too.. under JMB jets name.
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Moi Ceeray!
Found it! she's available...
Someone has already experience, feedback, flying her?
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Oups! on their site they wrote "available" ...It's for ordering.. delivery lead-time 10 to 12 weeks!
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Moi! I dunno if the prices even include fees/taxes..
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Originally Posted by yeahbaby View Post
Beautiful jet. Any specifics you can add? Engines, fuel capacity, electric gear radio install?
sry for the late reply. this su35 powered by 2*120-160 for vector version & 2*80-100 for non-vector version. the max diameter of turbine can fit 105mm.
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Moi Ceeray!
Found it! she's available...
Someone has already experience, feedback, flying her?
Hi there, im the test pilot of this su35. the jet flies incredibly smooth and steerable with excellent aerodynamic just like the real ones.
it performs steady at both slow and high speed. i would say this is Su35 is the most detailed scale Sukhoi with best flight performance. LOL.....
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Congratulations and thank you for responding.
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here comes with the test fly video:
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Deyyyaaammmmm very nice ! One thing that is probably easily explained but not readily apparent to me..... why the difference in engine sizes between Vector / no vector? Are the engines mounted in different locations?

Again, outstanding project and look forward to seeing one next year.
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Originally Posted by yeahbaby View Post
Deyyyaaammmmm very nice ! One thing that is probably easily explained but not readily apparent to me..... why the difference in engine sizes between Vector / no vector? Are the engines mounted in different locations?

Again, outstanding project and look forward to seeing one next year.
takes allot more power to do the slow vertical maneuvers and hovering type stuff that TV let’s you do. To fly around normal fat dumb and happy no need for all that power.
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Yep, my smaller 1/8.9 feibao su27 flies nice with twin vt80 even tho weight without fuel is aroumd 17kg. 20kg fueled up and max 17kg thrust. And I flew most of the time with half throttle, its a slick plane!

for VT excess power needed or its not fun, you cannot exiytthe stupid moves you are going to try without power..
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Good info and I assumed the vertical stuff would need the excess power, but that still doesn’t answer my poorly worded question....are the motors Mounted in different locations? Or simply recommending the smaller motors for non vectored / recreational flying etc?

spectacular jet, nice to see something different. Please let us know when you have one in the states, I would love to take a road trip to see it in person.

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Good info and I assumed the vertical stuff would need the excess power, but that still doesn’t answer my poorly worded question....are the motors Mounted in different locations? Or simply recommending the smaller motors for non vectored / recreational flying etc?

spectacular jet, nice to see something different. Please let us know when you have one in the states, I would love to take a road trip to see it in person.
the engine mounts are different size, but the main reason for recommending a smaller power on non vector is K85(the power supply used on test fly) has sufficient of power for recreational flying, and eventually can reduce quite a bit of fly weight.
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Thank you for your prompt reply.
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