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Mig-29 Build

Discussion in 'EDF Aircraft Plans' started by vicentel, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. vicentel

    vicentel Member

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    How did you know that's what it stood for :eek: Yeah, I was happy with how the intakes turned out as well. Save me a lot o sanding.
     
  2. vicentel

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    Hi Guyz,

    I finally got some video of the MiG 29 flying in all it's glory with the new paint scheme. I flew using 2 different types of batteries, a 3300mAh 65C 5S pack and a 3300mAh 65C 4S pack (I've noted these on the flight videos). Enjoy!

    Vic
     
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    Beautiful work! Looks like its flying really well. :doubleup:
     
  4. ToxicToast

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    Sweet build, sexy livery, and excellent flights! I always like the OVT version of the Mig 29 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeiqMn7xb_Y) and it's low speed envelope is incredible. Yours looks like the same! Loved the cobra maneuver you pulled in your second flight!
     
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    Awesome project and video Vic :doubleup: You really look like your able to fly this one with little effort. I am guessing due to the thrust vectoring (makes it easier to control then conventional)? Or is it just as difficult?
    @ToxicToast cool video! the moves that plane can make are out of this world cool!
    Great stuff!
    Mark and Trish
     
  6. vicentel

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    The MiG 29 air-frame by itself is already an extremely stable platform. I always hear modelers praise it and now I can confirm it first hand. However, adding the TV definitely makes the plane easier to control. Then I add the gyro on the yaw axis TV and it's rock solid. I have not yet tried 3D flying but was told by a 3D pilot that flew my plane that the plane would do it. :dance3:
     
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    Can't wait to see some of this in action! :D
    Mark and Trish
     
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    Thanks for the update Vic :good:
    Can't wait to see some of this in action! :D
    Mark and Trish
     
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    Vic you are the master. Your build looks very professional
     
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    Makes my Mig look sick.:embarrassed:
    Great job.
     

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