caxapo4ek
I developed a plane for one EDF 55mm long ago wanted to do something with one EDF and the choice fell on a long-loved plane vertical take-off and landing YAK 141 grandfather of the current F 35 unfortunately out of the collapse of the country in the early 90s in the series never went.
The first prototype decided to make it reduced, 62% of the original size of the aircraft in order to see how the parts fit together and fix errors in the future.
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borg187
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I developed a plane for one EDF 55mm long ago wanted to do something with one EDF and the choice fell on a long-loved plane vertical take-off and landing YAK 141 grandfather of the current F 35 unfortunately out of the collapse of the country in the early 90s in the series never went.
The first prototype decided to make it reduced, 62% of the original size of the aircraft in order to see how the parts fit together and fix errors in the future.


That's very good work caxapo and an interesting plane to model.
Keep them in the air, borg187.
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borg187
PS I like it.
Keep them in the air, borg187.
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Wildthing
Looks great, did the verticals need extra reinforcement so they don't wag in the wind?
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Kiko12
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I developed a plane for one EDF 55mm long ago wanted to do something with one EDF and the choice fell on a long-loved plane vertical take-off and landing YAK 141 grandfather of the current F 35 unfortunately out of the collapse of the country in the early 90s in the series never went.
The first prototype decided to make it reduced, 62% of the original size of the aircraft in order to see how the parts fit together and fix errors in the future.



Great work, VTOL ???
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