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The new BULL Mo1 !

Old 05-26-2021, 06:54 AM
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Default The new BULL Mo1 !

Hispano Aviacion released their new BULL 2.6m ! LINK <
Here some photos of this new amazing flying machine

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Old 05-26-2021, 07:31 AM
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Would a P130-rx be a good turbine for this?
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Old 05-26-2021, 03:27 PM
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Would a P130-rx be a good turbine for this?
P-130 is good, Bull Mo1 is possible fly from 120/130N to 250N fly 3D radical
Old 05-28-2021, 09:44 AM
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Why are the pictures so tiny? Just about the size of a thumbnail!
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Why are the pictures so tiny? Just about the size of a thumbnail!


























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Old 05-29-2021, 04:57 AM
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Way mo betta!!
Old 05-29-2021, 06:28 PM
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Saw one of these a couple of weeks ago. Neat plane, but having the main intake on the bottom is a deal-breaker for me.
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Old 05-29-2021, 07:05 PM
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Would be throwing up FOD off the front wheel on the centerline, very strange place for an intake.

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It look like the air intakes are on the top of the nose. I think the bottom one is for additional pipe cooling. Thats my guess.
The airplane looks huge. I wonder what the wing loading looks like.
Old 05-30-2021, 06:44 AM
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Its a different design for sure. Not sure what the deal is with the three tank all cobbled together versus just one big one. Seems like alot of added weight that could have been avoided with just one mid to large size tank.
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It’s pretty light for a big jet. A 120-130 will fly it nicely. The first one we built had a 160 in it. No issues so far with the bottom inlet. The two smaller tanks can be used for smoke or additional fuel.
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Hello all.
I fly actually the prototype airplane and have a Rhino JC on it. After eight hours of operation the turbine is working perfectly, the NACA intakes work just perfect in the model and keeps the clean lines in terms of aerodynamic.
About fuel tanks, the idea is to have one main tank of 3 litters, one second tank of 0,9 litter before UAT. The main advantage of this configuration is that if the main tank leaves some bubble ( difficult because the geometry) this bubble will go to secondary tank off 0,9. In this case, the UAT will not have too many bubbles to prevent because you will need empty the 3 litters tank to start use the UAT.
The other 0,9 litter tank is for smoke, we think that bring a functional system for fuel and smoke with correct geometry will help to users to keep fuel lines safe.
The kit is very light, 2,56 meters wingspan airplane and flying weight around14.5 kilos without fuel, I will say one of the lightest in the market for such finish and size model.
This will fly better than a trainer with 12 kilos thrust turbine, and will perform good 3D with 25 kilos turbine.
We already tested from 13 to 20 kilos turbine thrust and the model fly really easy. The recommended linkage and servo arms will help a lot to keep the model with correct setup.
I hope that this will solve some doubts, and if any of you have other question please ask, we will be glad to help you.
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Andrés Leoni. HA team.
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Originally Posted by leoni View Post
Hello all.
I fly actually the prototype airplane and have a Rhino JC on it. After eight hours of operation the turbine is working perfectly, the NACA intakes work just perfect in the model and keeps the clean lines in terms of aerodynamic.
About fuel tanks, the idea is to have one main tank of 3 litters, one second tank of 0,9 litter before UAT. The main advantage of this configuration is that if the main tank leaves some bubble ( difficult because the geometry) this bubble will go to secondary tank off 0,9. In this case, the UAT will not have too many bubbles to prevent because you will need empty the 3 litters tank to start use the UAT.
The other 0,9 litter tank is for smoke, we think that bring a functional system for fuel and smoke with correct geometry will help to users to keep fuel lines safe.
The kit is very light, 2,56 meters wingspan airplane and flying weight around14.5 kilos without fuel, I will say one of the lightest in the market for such finish and size model.
This will fly better than a trainer with 12 kilos thrust turbine, and will perform good 3D with 25 kilos turbine.
We already tested from 13 to 20 kilos turbine thrust and the model fly really easy. The recommended linkage and servo arms will help a lot to keep the model with correct setup.
I hope that this will solve some doubts, and if any of you have other question please ask, we will be glad to help you.
Best regards.
Andrés Leoni. HA team.
What is the price point?
Thanks,
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Old 06-02-2021, 08:07 AM
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Friend of mine at our club, Scott, ended up with the Bull that the guys at Aeropanda put together. Got about a dozen or so flights, maybe more, since he got it flying. I have flown it once and was very impressed. Has the Cheetah in it and its a good level of power for a sport jet. It's quick, but certainly not a Flash or Ultimatum. Scott is using it as a trainer and because of it's stability its been very good for him. Definitely has a different look, but I really like that. I'm tempted to get one myself, but have a couple of planes I need to get off the bench first.

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Old 06-02-2021, 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Agrav8ed View Post
What is the price point?
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If you are in the USA please contact Aeropanda.

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Old 06-04-2021, 11:51 PM
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Hello all.
Here I leave Bull Mø1 video explanation. Sorry for the windy noise.
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Old 07-24-2021, 03:42 AM
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Soon I will bring the model to the airfield and bring more photos.
Old 07-24-2021, 04:34 AM
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I flew Aeropanda’s Bull at JOK.
what a sweet flyer!

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