ifguqerfg79t
Making a F-22 J-20 interchangeable plane! Flying the plane in F-22 mode first followed by 3D thrust vectoring J-20 mode. After I get back from my 2 week holiday...
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ifguqerfg79t
Got a paper model to start. Already decided on final design.
F-22 mode:
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J-20 mode:
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gloomy18
Wow great creativity!
I'd love to see more multipurpose planes! Change battery and a few parts and presto! Very cool!
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ifguqerfg79t
Thanks . But you're gonna have to wait until about next year for J-20 mode to be functional.
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bobdabilduh55
It reminds me of the Swedish design I saw on You-Tube the FS 2020.
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joeyninetoes
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It reminds me of the Swedish design I saw on You-Tube the FS 2020.

Just watched the video. Very cool. I love the way deltas take advantage of the flow seperation at high angles.
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ifguqerfg79t
Finally, on the eve of the New Year, the plane is finished.
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Gonna cut out the canards after maiden flight tmr.
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ifguqerfg79t
Well, very first RC flight for me, the plane might be heavy so I may look like a newbie...


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ifguqerfg79t
I know the plane nose dived... But it was incredibly easy to repair considering the nose is so strong. And the plane has no carbon rods whatsoever installed. And the tails were slanted so I cut them off and fit in a single tail.
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