nerdnic



DETAILS
Hey guys it's nerdnic and this is the nnP-39 v2!



This design has really helped redefine what is possible with a DTFB plane. It’s an iteration on the previous design that I released a year ago but it has a few extra goodies. It’s got an exhaust stack, much more scale canopy, and new intake. It still features the fully functional flaps, battery hatch, and real airfoil tail feathers. On top of that I've improved on the speed wing design making it easier to build an even stronger.







These changes makes this already amazing performing aircraft built easier and look even better. Whether you're flying at 15 mph or 120 mph this is hands-down going to be the most impressive dollar tree foam airplane you’ve ever flown.

Thanks so much for checking out the nnP-39! Grab a Build Kit
or download your free plans and join me in the build video! I’m excited to see what you can do with this design!

If you like this design then perhaps you’ll like some of my others as well.










BUILD KIT
nnP-39 Build Kit



SPECS
WINGSPAN
39.4in | 1000mm
FUSE 33.3in | 821mm
CHANNELS 4-6
WEIGHT Airframe - 425g

ELECTRONICS
BASIC
MOTOR -
Turnigy D3530 1100kv
PROP - 9x6 APC
ESC - 30a Dynam
BATTERY - 2200mah 3S
SERVOS - 4-6 9g

ADVANCED (50mph)
MOTOR -
NTM 35-36 1400kv + Hardware
PROP - 9x6 APC
ESC - 60a Dynam
BATTERY - 2200mah 40c 3S
SERVOS - 4-6 9g

SPEED (85-120mph)
MOTOR

PROP - 10x10 APC
ESC - 80a Dynam
BATTERY

SERVOS - 4-6 12g Emax ES08MA II metal gear

BUILD DIFFICULTY
Beginner – You’ve never flown a plane before, let alone done a scratch build
Novice – You’ve flown a plane but have no experience with scratch building
Intermediate – You’ve flown and built a few FT style planes before
Advanced – You’ve mastered the standard FT build style and are looking for a new challenge
Expert – You’ve mastered all build techniques and aren't afraid to improvise or tackle tedious builds

Advanced – You’ve mastered the standard FT/DTFB build style and are looking for a new challenge

PILOT SKILL

Intermediate

MATERIALS

8 Skewer reinforcement
6 Control horns
6 Control rods
4 BBQ skewer
3 sheets DTFB
1 Sheet poster board
1 Clear overhead transparency
1 flat aluminum 1/16" x 1/2" x 24"
or
1 Basswood spar 1/8" x 3" x 24"


FAQ
Is the nnP-39 a swappable?

Yep!

Are you going to show us how you did that sweet camo job?!

Yes! I'm putting together a tutorial now

How scale is the nnP-39?

All proportions are scale except the vstab. I increased it by about 10% for stability.

Is the nnP-39 a good plane for a beginner to fly?

No. It is an advanced build and requires an intermediate pilot to fly. This would be a great plane after you've mastered something like an FT Spitfire or an RC Powers park jet.

I only see a speed wing in the plans, will there be a basic wing also?

Not on this design

Do I have to add flaps?

Nope, they are fully optional. If your running a heavy fast setup it's a good idea to add flaps.

There is a plane I want you to design, what’s the best way to suggest it to you?

Please use the request form here on my site.

PLANS
nnP-39 Plans





BUILD VIDEO
Coming November 4th!

PICTURES





















COMMUNITY BUILDS

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nerdnic
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FED50H
Impressive. Love the high speed turns. The jets look cool, but lose a lot because of the "plate" shape when turning and banking. Amazing performance from DT foam for sure.
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Impressive. Love the high speed turns. The jets look cool, but lose a lot because of the "plate" shape when turning and banking. Amazing performance from DT foam for sure.

Thanks! I don't follow what you mean though with 'plate shape?'
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FED50H
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Thanks! I don't follow what you mean though with 'plate shape?'

Big fat flat bodies. . . .
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bimoadiprakoso
Another impressive design Nic! Someday, I will build your A-10. It's simply stunning!

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Big fat flat bodies. . . .

, got it

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Another impressive design Nic! Someday, I will build your A-10. It's simply stunning!

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Thank you! I'm working on a v2 for my A-10 so if you wait log enough you might catch that one!
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bimoadiprakoso
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, got it



Thank you! I'm working on a v2 for my A-10 so if you wait log enough you might catch that one!

I will wait then meanwhile, I will play with my own T-50.

A request for your next A-10 v2, please use minimum to none aluminum spar/plate if it's rear mounted motor it should be fine

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nerdnic
I'm looking to swap the aluminum out for wood on the v2.
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bimoadiprakoso
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I'm looking to swap the aluminum out for wood on the v2.

Will depron spar block work?

Sorry for pushing it over the edge Nic Just wanna keep the weight at minimum.

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nerdnic
Sorry about the late reply! Yes, you can definitely keep to just foam, you'll just have to take it easy during flight.
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