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andy_downs
elevon mixing should be just fine,weight wise it will be really good.
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andy_downs
didn't think I had any footage of my big twin but I found this one,a shade under 35 inch and at 37 oz with out batterys its a big lump,running on 3s (the batteries werent up to the job and used to swell up,still waiting to try it on 4s) but it goes to show what a good design it is,it just flys what ever you throw at it,flying on a cold very windy day with knackered batteries you just cant shoot this plane down and it still surfs the wind.
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didn't think I had any footage of my big twin but I found this one,a shade under 35 inch and at 37 oz with out batterys its a big lump,running on 3s (the batteries werent up to the job and used to swell up,still waiting to try it on 4s) but it goes to show what a good design it is,it just flys what ever you throw at it,flying on a cold very windy day with knackered batteries you just cant shoot this plane down and it still surfs the wind.

She's so stable and comfortable under power and glides superbly.

Do you did know the i.d. dimension of the nachelles on the full sized SU37? This is screaming for a 50mm or 64mm twin edf project right at me.
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Combatevolved
My wife offered to paint the SU37 while I was at work yesterday and here is the outcome.20180413_084046.jpg 
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Boxermad84
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My wife offered to paint the SU37 while I was at work yesterday and here is the outcome.[ATTACH=full]54716[/ATTACH]

You wont miss that in the sky combat!! I like it.
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Boxermad84
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She's coming together nicely. 130g bare AF, auw 313g on 2s, 380g auw on 3s and 413g auw with a 4s graphene. Very clever design I still can't believe the talent of the designer.

Predicting great things from this airframe.

I'm working on Su37 mk2 profile plane conversion which may rival the Mig 29v1 for spills and thrills be interesing to see.[ATTACH=full]54697[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]54698[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]54699[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]54705[/ATTACH]

You know i originally used to build in grey depron but changed to white as it is slightly stronger and easier to cut, but man, i love the stealthy look of this in grey!!!
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F1wanabe
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My wife offered to paint the SU37 while I was at work yesterday and here is the outcome.[ATTACH=full]54716[/ATTACH]

Your wife deserves the "Wife of the year " award. Tell her she's a keeper!
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She's so stable and comfortable under power and glides superbly.

Do you did know the i.d. dimension of the nachelles on the full sized SU37? This is screaming for a 50mm or 64mm twin edf project right at me.

You would need to modify the nacelles to fit edf's in there and twin edf's add quite a bit of weight. But have you seen my single 70mm EDF version? This enables you to maintain thrust vectoring.
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Iwan2019
hello everyone.. i'm Iwan... new comer here..

Thanks to Jay for adding me to this forum. he asked me to post my plane here.

I made a SU-35 Version of SU-37 MK2 with little modification
i use polyfoam 10 mm for the wing and foamboard for the fuselage, vertical stab and horizontal stab

i put sunnysky motor 2216 2400kv, esc 60A skywalker, 4 servo 9g (aileron 2, elevator 2) 6040 apc propeller, 4s battery 1500-2200 mAh

IMG_20190117_125431.jpg 

this is on the airfield :
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Iwan
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Boxermad84
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hello everyone.. i'm Iwan... new comer here..

Thanks to Jay for adding me to this forum. he asked me to post my plane here.

I made a SU-35 Version of SU-37 MK2 with little modification
i use polyfoam 10 mm for the wing and foamboard for the fuselage, vertical stab and horizontal stab

i put sunnysky motor 2216 2400kv, esc 60A skywalker, 4 servo 9g (aileron 2, elevator 2) 6040 apc propeller, 4s battery 1500-2200 mAh

[ATTACH=full]57460[/ATTACH]

this is on the airfield :
[ATTACH=full]57461[/ATTACH]


Iwan
Looks incredible, I love it!

Jay, from http://www.frcfoamies.com
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homey666
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hello everyone.. i'm Iwan... new comer here..

Thanks to Jay for adding me to this forum. he asked me to post my plane here.

I made a SU-35 Version of SU-37 MK2 with little modification
i use polyfoam 10 mm for the wing and foamboard for the fuselage, vertical stab and horizontal stab

i put sunnysky motor 2216 2400kv, esc 60A skywalker, 4 servo 9g (aileron 2, elevator 2) 6040 apc propeller, 4s battery 1500-2200 mAh

[ATTACH=full]57460[/ATTACH]

this is on the airfield :
[ATTACH=full]57461[/ATTACH]


Iwan

That does look very good. Now that it's a rear mount, are you going to have to add ballast to balance it?

Peter
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KK
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hello everyone.. i'm Iwan... new comer here..

Thanks to Jay for adding me to this forum. he asked me to post my plane here.

I made a SU-35 Version of SU-37 MK2 with little modification
i use polyfoam 10 mm for the wing and foamboard for the fuselage, vertical stab and horizontal stab

i put sunnysky motor 2216 2400kv, esc 60A skywalker, 4 servo 9g (aileron 2, elevator 2) 6040 apc propeller, 4s battery 1500-2200 mAh

[ATTACH=full]57460[/ATTACH]

this is on the airfield :
[ATTACH=full]57461[/ATTACH]


Iwan


Oh very nice! And that sunnysky motor is special alright, really like it!
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Iwan2019
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That does look very good. Now that it's a rear mount, are you going to have to add ballast to balance it?

Peter


Nope.. its already balance.
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