bobdabilduh55
The latest addition to the 5EZP Hangar is the Northrop F-5 TIGER also known as the "Freedom Fighter".
Here is her second flight after she was trimmed out.
A little Windy with West winds @10 ; Gusts @ 18 mph.
She is 44" long with a 28" KFm4 wing and sighs 20 oz. at the flight line.
She is a "Prop-inna-Box" design with "Elevators-on-a-stick" stabilizers.
She is powered by a GH Super-Sonic Motor spinning a 6x4 prop with a 30A ESC and powered with a 1350 mah 3S or in this windy flight a 2200 mah 3S. 

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Sterling101
Nicely done Bob!

Love the lines you've captured and it seems to fly really well too!
Whoever said nothing is impossible had obviously never tried slamming a revolving door...
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Sterling101 wrote:
Nicely done Bob!

Love the lines you've captured and it seems to fly really well too!


Thank-you.
I was surprised at how easily it flew and on a super-sonic motor. 
I'm down to my last six sheets of blue-core fan-fold-fold foam though.
then the planes go pink commie or not.
The Tiger is a pussycat in the air though.
No troubles with this one.
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