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Tsabah
If I was doing an RC model of a jet, I would likely go with the MIG-15 since it is a very simple design, but in a cartoon, or caricature fashion. I didn't find the picture I was looking for, but it would be a cross between an egg plane version, the Toon version of ParkFlyerPlastics, and one other I have seen. Let me show the pictures I did find. Mig15Caricature1.jpg  Mig15Caricature2.jpg  Mig15EggPlane.jpg  Mig15EggPlane2.jpg  Mig15Toon1.jpg  Mig15Toon2.jpg  So far the prop in the front, inside the tube fuselage hasn't provided adequate thrust and I know of four who have tried to make this work. As far it seems it is better to hang the motor and prop out the rear, but the rudder design makes this a little tricky. The best one can do if they don't change the rudder design is use a very small propeller and mount the motor high inside the tube fuselage as best they can so the prop doesn't cut into the rudder. I would want to do a very fat fuselage, a wider main wing, and Toon other parts also. I would go for bigger, fatter, and super lightweight using the foam tube inside a foam tube method. If I can get the workshop together this year, it is likely to be my first RC model aircraft project. I may have to go EDF to get around the rudder design issues.
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whatmovesyou
This is one of my favorite jets. The XB-46 (Needle) is sleek and really sexy looking. It was doomed (a straight wing) even before production. It had a lot more problems during development, but that was when(1945-1947) not much was know about design of jets and engines that lacked power.


I like to design and fly unique planes.
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bimoadiprakoso
I continue adding another fave jet: FA-32/37 Talon

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ifguqerfg79t
Welp I'm an Ace Combat fan so……ADF-01 FTW!




Real life planes on the other hand, well, there's so many it's impossible to choose just one

J35J Draken



MiG-1.44 Flatpack



MiG-31 Foxhound



Amongst many others, these were just ones that popped up in my head immediately
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ifguqerfg79t
Oh wait I forgot a VERY important one
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The Hawker Hunter

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bimoadiprakoso
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Welp I'm an Ace Combat fan so……ADF-01 FTW!




Real life planes on the other hand, well, there's so many it's impossible to choose just one

J35J Draken



MiG-1.44 Flatpack



MiG-31 Foxhound



Amongst many others, these were just ones that popped up in my head immediately

I'm a fan of ACE Combat myself got hooked with CFA-44

Where do usually fly your plane ifguqerfg79t? Old Holland park?

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quorneng
The EE Canberra is pretty sleek and remarkably aerobatic too!

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And it remained basically unaltered throughout its very long service career although Martin did change it a bit with some of the B57 versions!
Many years ago I was in a yacht sailing across the English Channel and had the good fortune to be given a close low level (about 50 feet!) pass and zoom climb by one. I suspect the pilot was just looking for something to do!
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The EE Canberra is pretty sleek and remarkably aerobatic too!

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And it remained basically unaltered throughout its very long service career although Martin did change it a bit with some of the B57 versions!
Many years ago I was in a yacht sailing across the English Channel and had the good fortune to be given a close low level (about 50 feet!) pass and zoom climb by one. I suspect the pilot was just looking for something to do!

That's a cool looking plane, looks like it would be a really good stable flyer.
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andy_downs
twin d/f or twin props front or rear of the wings,it would make a nice sight in the skies.
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TacticalFlight
,SR-71Blackbird,B2Spirit,MIg29,SU34,MIrage2000,MIg Fitter-Flogger,T-50
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quorneng
"twin d/f or ......"
My 'micro' Depron Canberra B2.
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30 mm EDFs in a scale Avon nacelle which means the jet pipes are just 22 mm diameter but then it is very light!
With its generous wing area it flies quite well with only a modest 850 mAh 2s in the nose and those screaming EDFs (60,000 rpm?) sound about right as well.
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Combatevolved
My favourite planes are as follows.

Su37
SU30
TYPHOON
VULCAN BOMBER (One of the 1st tactical nuclear flying wing bombers)
Mig 15
A10 FAIR CHILD OF THE REPUBLIC

Fire Fox what ever that plane is.
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Sidewayskiwi
Avro Arrow
Politics and espionage killed it off
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The EE Canberra is pretty sleek and remarkably aerobatic too!

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And it remained basically unaltered throughout its very long service career although Martin did change it a bit with some of the B57 versions!
Many years ago I was in a yacht sailing across the English Channel and had the good fortune to be given a close low level (about 50 feet!) pass and zoom climb by one. I suspect the pilot was just looking for something to do!

They were amazing for something designed just after the war, I worked on PR9 and T4's in 2002. I think the last ones in RAF service finished in 2006
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