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Huracan Sports Jet Build.

Old 09-24-2021, 06:10 AM
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Default Huracan Sports Jet Build.

I saw this earlier this year and was absolutely hooked! Ozzie from https://www.ozaero.ca/aerocarcontrol-modelismo got me all setup and my Huracan has arrived!
info on the aircraft copied from the website.With its sleek and modern design, the Huracan is an example of true craftsmanship. It comes fully painted with tailpipe, tank and smoke tank, as well as covers for the wings, elevator and rudder. All horns are installed, canopy adjusted, and the gear doors are installed. Ozaero also offers an additional custom painting service for customers in North America.

Weight: 20kg without fuel

Length: 3.009m

Wingspan: 2.671m

Nose to Tailpipe: 2.805m

Suggested Turbine: 210 to 250

Suggested Retracts: Huracan Electron Retract Set ER50's

Assembly Details:
  • CG is in front of the wing tube
  • 2.5mm down trim for straight and level flight
  • Ail 12mm up 15mm down
  • Elev 13mm up 15 down
  • Flaps 38mm take-off 100mm landing
  • Elevator down trim with flaps 6.5mm at full flaps
  • Rudder 27mm
  • Crow 15 to 20% — it's in the radio


Old 09-24-2021, 06:13 AM
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Great packing job from the factory!

Rudder

Wing. Internal flap linkage and external Aileron.





She is a large aircraft!

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I saw one at Thunderthrust 2 in july....they are nice, that one was custom painted....wings servo's were mounted in the hatch covers...
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Now the aileron is mounted in the wing rib ...love the Pennzoil chipmunk paint scheme.
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Now the aileron is mounted in the wing rib ...love the Pennzoil chipmunk paint scheme.
‘That look a little far from the cover…I always hard mount all the servo’s…..but we will see!
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Old 09-25-2021, 04:48 AM
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Ahh this was the plane you are going to put the Swiwin 400 in🤣.... just joking😉 really nice plane Jonathan. Can't wait for the build vids on youtube.

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Default Huracan

I'm also building one with a custom paint scheme.

https://www.rccanada.ca/rccforum/sho...d.php?t=612025
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- Yea I heard about the Aileron's getting mounted to the servo cover. I think the Rib mounting will work out well. We will see when the time comes.

- As of right now planning on installing a SWIWIN 240 but the 300 has crossed my mind! HAHA.
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This jet will look so good with like f-35 paint job with those lightings on the rudder, spot scale looking jet, this will work for someone who doesn’t like the sport jets and wants the aggressive design.
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its really beatiful plane .. i need to get one immediately and especially this color...
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this plane use about 10cm dia wheels under the wings ?
and how many kg servos plan to use on elevators and ailerons ?
thanks
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I have electron landing gears from my previous mephisto ,do you think they should
be same ?they have 10cm wheels and leg with wheel on it about 25cm (only leg not include retract part)
thanks

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Originally Posted by leventx View Post
this plane use about 10cm dia wheels under the wings ?
and how many kg servos plan to use on elevators and ailerons ?
thanks
I have not measured the wheels but I belive they are 4"/100mm wheels.
I will be using JR 8911 Coreless servos all around. 855 oz/61.6kg
https://www.deeforce.net/product-page/jr-dfa-s8911

I can measure the landing gear tonight and will post some pictures for you.
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Hi guys not hijack the thread but I will a US dealer for this model and future models they design. I will be getting one for demo at events for people this winter!
Looking forward to seeing Jonathans build
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Hi guys not hijack the thread but I will a US dealer for this model and future models they design. I will be getting one for demo at events for people this winter!
Looking forward to seeing Jonathans build
Congratulations Keith!
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seems landing gear same as what I have..servos are really good choice ..
Thanks
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Originally Posted by Canadian Man View Post
Congratulations Keith!
Thanks bud, your smiley face had me for a sec I couldnt tell if that was grin or a smirk lol
My shop will be done soon so hopefully I can get back to build videos.
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Thanks bud, your smiley face had me for a sec I couldnt tell if that was grin or a smirk lol
My shop will be done soon so hopefully I can get back to build videos.
HAHA. Supposed to just be a "Cool" Emoji.
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Some Photos of the gear and wheel sizes.

Mains are 100mm/4"





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Really thanks for details , this landing gear same as what i have on my hand , which left from my second mephisto

but its very strange that, i contacted with Ozaero also Carlos and He adviced me to contact with Miguel Silva Portugal , but none reply my order plane request

i m still waiting for their reply..

really pretty plane and very interest in your building photos.

Thanks
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Originally Posted by leventx View Post
Really thanks for details , this landing gear same as what i have on my hand , which left from my second mephisto

but its very strange that, i contacted with Ozaero also Carlos and He adviced me to contact with Miguel Silva Portugal , but none reply my order plane request

i m still waiting for their reply..

really pretty plane and very interest in your building photos.

Thanks
Glad to hear that your gear is the same!
i'm assuming because your location they wanted you to go directly to Miguel.



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