New mystery model

Anything with a propeller
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Shaun
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The Go Jet is a great model. Has it flown yet?

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Not yet Shaun, next week.
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Enjoy👍
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Go-Jet looks fantastic Frank...... 'makes me feel I need to build one! ;) I see you have it's picture on Outerzone already!
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No, that´s not my Go-Jet. I copied the paint-scheme of it, because i like it.
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The Go-Jet on OZ is mine. Scale colour scheme from Llanbedr. Great little model.
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Maiden flight of my Go-Jet happened today.
What shall I say, nothing spectacular, just plain fun.
The C/G was spot on, engine thrust line also spot on, no trim at all required. It departed out of my hand like on flight number 100.
The Go-Jet belongs to the top five of all S/C airplanes.
I even did severel S/C loops and barrel rolls during the first flight.
A perfect day.
Go-Jet.JPG
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tiptipflyer wrote: 02 Aug 2022, 11:27 Maiden flight of my Go-Jet happened today.
What shall I say, nothing spectacular, just plain fun.
The C/G was spot on, engine thrust line also spot on, no trim at all required. It departed out of my hand like on flight number 100.
The Go-Jet belongs to the top five of all S/C airplanes.
I even did severel S/C loops and barrel rolls during the first flight.
A perfect day.
Go-Jet.JPG
Frank
Congratulations!
Could you elaborate on set up?
Radio, motor, ESC, battery?
F2B or not to be....
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tiptipflyer
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Sure,
radio is one of my Spektrum S/C units on Orange/Spektrum. One 12g servo for rudder.
Motor is a 1806 brushless 2280kv motor on a 3D-printed Cox-dummy with a 10A ESC drawing around 7-8A on a 2S 850mAh lipo. Prop 6x5 inches.
The motor, prop and battery combo wath also spot on. Just the right amount of power.

Frank
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