Kiko12
6mm depron,3mm depron ,2200 motor (custom prop),1500 3cell lipo ,30A esc ,2*digital metal servo,1*plastic servo,3d accelometer,3d gyroscop

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su 35 hover 2.JPG Su 35 hover.JPG 
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F1wanabe
Very nice, Kiko12! The SU is pretty good as far as a test bed for high alpha and hover, but have you explored the Mig 1.44? I refuse to use gyros, but the Mig 1.44 is a much more stable platform to start with. I have dabbled with hover without gyro. I would be curious to see how far you can push the Mig 1.44 with your set up. The larger canards drive more airflow over the wing root than on the SU37. Also, twin counter rotating props remove the need for the gyro to counter torque roll. I did a version with twin props also. I have a thread on here with free download if you would like to try it:
http://www.rcpowers.com/community/threads/mig-1-44-flatpack-profile.11589/
And my video:
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Kiko12
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Very nice, Kiko12! The SU is pretty good as far as a test bed for high alpha and hover, but have you explored the Mig 1.44? I refuse to use gyros, but the Mig 1.44 is a much more stable platform to start with. I have dabbled with hover without gyro. I would be curious to see how far you can push the Mig 1.44 with your set up. The larger canards drive more airflow over the wing root than on the SU37. Also, twin counter rotating props remove the need for the gyro to counter torque roll. I did a version with twin props also. I have a thread on here with free download if you would like to try it:
http://www.rcpowers.com/community/threads/mig-1-44-flatpack-profile.11589/
And my video:




Thanks man ,your video encourage me to build this su 35 ,i will try some delta wing very soon
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F1wanabe
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Thanks man ,your video encourage me to build this su 35 ,i will try some delta wing very soon


Wow, thank you, but you have taken it much further than me! I really enjoyed watching!
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Kiko12
I use the canards on my first version ,but they have more negative effects then positive.The speed in rc models seems to be to slow ,to use the canards like in real su 35 (to keep airflow over the wing).
The twin motor plane is bigger ,heavier,expensive and harder to maintain (2 esc ,2 motors ,2 propellers and so long )
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F1wanabe
Well, I agree at hover the canards don't do much, but the stability moving into position to hover is helped with the canards. Then again, with gyro it may be totally useless! Haha. The twin mjv3 were very light, and one day I'll try again with it. I stripped the parts off of it.

youtube/gstrysky
frcfoamies
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Kiko12
Some pictures of v1 whit canards

su 35 hover 2.JPG Su 35 hover.JPG 
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Kiko12
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Well, I agree at hover the canards don't do much, but the stability moving into position to hover is helped with the canards. Then again, with gyro it may be totally useless! Haha. The twin mjv3 were very light, and one day I'll try again with it. I stripped the parts off of it.

youtube/gstrysky
frcfoamies



What is MJ3 some motor ?
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jmrpb
Welcome aboard!

This is my SU - 37 with active canards performing some 3D aerobatics. You can find more information on this forum.



Hope you enjoy it. Sukhoi airplanes are great. Did you ever try swept forward wings?

Follow your dreams and fly like there is no tomorrow!

Happy flights and happy landings!

Bernardo
Lisbon, Europe, Portugal
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