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Nice builds guys presently also making one will be using twin Dr mad's 90mm EDF
160 percent up scaled 48 " x 80 " just waiting on more balsa material so working on what i can playing around with canopy but came up with a better idea.
Some pictures of my build
Construction balsa and foam functional canards , slats rudders and ailerons , retracts

Holy crap that will be big and slick, can't wait.
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Nightswatch
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Holy crap that will be big and slick, can't wait.


Thanks pretty excited and build is coming along lot of tinkering around one good thing about Foam is its cheap to replace if you made a mistake in build
If you think you got your flying under control, Your not going fast enough
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hunterazov
Hello.
You plan to develop an updated version of the su 34 ?
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bimoadiprakoso
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Hello.
You plan to develop an updated version of the su 34 ?

Greetings hunterazov please accept our greatest appreciation for your kind interest in PI SU-34B parkjet.

We, are a bunch of enthusiast builders, trying to learn and have fun out of this hobby. Mostly, we came up with spontaneous ideas on our next design. So, frankly speaking, we could say that we have no roadmap other than having fun and extend the joy as long as possible.

The SU-34B idea came out from one of PI member, bogusbandit56. Me and BB56 love RCP SU-34 v4, but we want it to be more agile yet retaining its stability. So we decided to design our own SU-34B, after huge positive response of our F-15C design, earlier.

The SU-34B turned out to be a fantastic flyer, and when dialed in, it could fly in inverted with less to none, input.

I still have my SU-34B with me and flew it sometimes

And now, we're learning and trying to design our very first EDF plane with the help from some awesome guys from this forum.

Please accept our apologies that we may not come up with the next version of the SU-34B soon. We haven't thought about it yet.

But, if you like a very scale looking Russian parkjet, nothing from our designs beat SU-35 G2 for sure. It has become my favorite now next to the T-50

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bimoadiprakoso
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Hello.
You plan to develop an updated version of the su 34 ?

BTW, one of the member (Tacticalflight) had built the SU-34B, resulting awesome result, like a store bought plane. I personally couldn't believe that his built was based on PI's SU-34B

We could say that his built goes beyond time and looks like an SU-34B G2. However, we haven't designed it yet

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bogusbandit56
I took the SU 34B from the ceiling where it has been since July last year after I had broke it`s nose repaired and out for a couple of flights.
I didn`t have the right mix and it was fairly windy.
I had almost forgotten how to fly a ParkJet.
Wot, no Depron?
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bimoadiprakoso
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I took the SU 34B from the ceiling where it has been since July last year after I had broke it`s nose repaired and out for a couple of flights.
I didn`t have the right mix and it was fairly windy.
I had almost forgotten how to fly a ParkJet.

That uniquely shaped Fullback's nose is still lovely when watching it in the air, BB56. Awesome flight, BB56!

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That uniquely shaped Fullback's nose is still lovely when watching it in the air, BB56. Awesome flight, BB56!

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Yeahhhhh, I think I went over board with the depron and added an inch or two on the new nose
I didn`t make a particularly thorough job of gluing it to the fuselage, so it may snap clean off in a prang.
Hopefully it will come away in one piece so i can just glue it back on.
Wot, no Depron?
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Sterling101
Popped a quick one up at the field last night.
Not sure I'll run the undercarriage on grass in future...

Whoever said nothing is impossible had obviously never tried slamming a revolving door...
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