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bimoadiprakoso
Great stuff! Reminds me of my Estes Space Shuttle rocket with chute back in mid 80's

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Great stuff! Reminds me of my Estes Space Shuttle rocket with chute back in mid 80's

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The slow launch was so life like,great stuff
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Wildthing
That looked like he has multiple stages of rockets in it, very cool.
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FlyteTime
All I can say is....WOW. Scale liftoff, did I see a roll maneuver? and SRB separation! Thanks for posting that Thunder.

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All I can say is....WOW. Scale liftoff, did I see a roll maneuver? and SRB separation! Thanks for posting that Thunder.

-Kenny

Yes you did,and you are welcome,,,,that is the best RC that i have seen yet.
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whatmovesyou
Here is my version from the tail camera.



At 1:50ish, upper left, the shuttle comes into view. Lands off runway so pilot can land transport.
I like to design and fly unique planes.
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Here is my version from the tail camera.



At 1:50ish, upper left, the shuttle comes into view. Lands off runway so pilot can land transport.

Very nice,those wings really flex,that required 2 pilots,yes ? great stuff.
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Very nice,those wings really flex,that required 2 pilots,yes ? great stuff.




Yes, you need 2 pilots. This one shows I can hit the runway when you release it since it only glides and no engine.

Bought a space shuttle that you use with a rubber band to fire off, weighted the nose a little down and left wing to turn left and adapted the shuttle underneath so when you hit the gear switch, it will fly up and start a counter rotating circle and floats all the way down to the ground. That way, you don't need the second pilot, since one of the guy's crashed my transport.
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Yes, you need 2 pilots. This one shows I can hit the runway when you release it since it only glides and no engine.

Bought a space shuttle that you use with a rubber band to fire off, weighted the nose a little down and left wing to turn left and adapted the shuttle underneath so when you hit the gear switch, it will fly up and start a counter rotating circle and floats all the way down to the ground. That way, you don't need the second pilot, since one of the guy's crashed my transport.

FYI that vid will only play via youtube,that was great,and the shuttle launch was very strong and determined,,,,that plane is also brill but i am guessing that it is your own design,would that be correct ?
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FYI that vid will only play via youtube,that was great,and the shuttle launch was very strong and determined,,,,that plane is also brill but i am guessing that it is your own design,would that be correct ?


Yes, both are my design's where I scratchbuilt the shuttle and explored moving the wing location on the transport to get a real stable airship so it is light and even installed another wing that is powered by 2 64 edf's for something different.
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Yes, both are my design's where I scratchbuilt the shuttle and explored moving the wing location on the transport to get a real stable airship so it is light and even installed another wing that is powered by 2 64 edf's for something different.

Very impressive,you are now gona tell me that you do or did work for NASA i build humongous quads very large and unorthodox but can be seen from a distance[ see photo ] 3 ft long x 3ft wide front arms.
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