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  • paulrkytek It looks like it's going 90 in your photos! And I don't care if you used chocolate and peanut butter. Your application skills are superb I suppose. 😆

    It really is a cool design that you've done!

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    • Originally posted by SanExup View Post
      paulrkytek It looks like it's going 90 in your photos! And I don't care if you used chocolate and peanut butter. Your application skills are superb I suppose. 😆

      It really is a cool design that you've done!
      Inspired by the draken International Mirage on this link https://www.airliners.net/photo/Drak...ge-F1M/6115169

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      • T-CAT - Just wow! Will be showing this tomorrow for sure!

        Daily Warbird - Beautiful paint job! Exceptional.

        paulrkytek - Thats really sweet as well. Sharp looking scheme!

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        • Originally posted by VerticalAddiction View Post
          Hi gang! Just wanted to share a few links from my Youtube channel, I hope you enjoy the action! Most recently, I have joined up with the Ottawa valley Jets club here in South eastern Ontario, Canada and filmed 4 of the baddest turbine models around! The channel also features other RC related content, full-scale Ultra Light flying, Fishing and even some extreme sports in the mix ... Please stop by the channel and pour a coffee! Thanks to Motion RC for giving us this awesome platform to network, share and promote the hobby! Please consider my channel for feature on your Live show someday, I appreciate the exposure greatly!

          Enjoy this edit from our trip to the Ottawa Valley Jets field this past weekend as Brad puts his turbine powered T1 class jet thought it's paces ... Watch as...


          Pilot Dan Dupont burned up some smoke oil this past weekend with a few high paced circuits over the beautiful Ottawa Valley Jets field. His KingTech 140n pow...


          Pilot Greg hope had a few flights on his home turf with his KingTech UltraFlash this past weekend as I filmed as much as possible. Enjoy the turbine action f...


          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R712fn-T1BM
          Video are awesome, any Motion RC stuff though, thats kind of the game with shares on our live show

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          • Originally posted by James View Post

            Video are awesome, any Motion RC stuff though, thats kind of the game with shares on our live show
            Of course, makes sense! I have a couple Avanti S edits in the works to add to the Motion RC related content, Thanks for checking out the channel!

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            • Originally posted by James View Post
              T-CAT - Just wow! Will be showing this tomorrow for sure!
              Thanks a ton, James! I hope it inspires others to get a Freewing F-14, and have fun making it their own. It’s an excellent flying jet, a unique RC aircraft, and I had a lot of fun turning it into a F-14A instead of the D-variant. Many of the STL files that I made I have uploaded to Thingiverse for others to enjoy. Hopefully you get a chance to get a Freewing F-14 on your workbench for the channel. I think people would have fun seeing video footage of it.

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              • New Mad Flow V3 F1 Tunnel Hull

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ID:	316978 Project Italian special is 95% complete for my freewing f-104 Starfighter. I'm missing the left tail art from my resized package from Callie graphics but I'm going to go ahead and do the maiden tomorrow.
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                  • [QUOTE=the snake; Project Italian special is 95% complete for my freewing f-104 Starfighter. I'm missing the left tail art from my resized package from Callie graphics but I'm going to go ahead and do the maiden tomorrow.[/QUOTE]
                    Good luck with the maiden, that lion roars !!!

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                      • Finally finished my 2nd Hornet, this one in the Tiger Meet livery (more info in the F-18 thread). Turned out to be a very difficult task and Callie's graphics were not up to her usual excellence and ended up improvising and doing a lot of extra hand painting, so don't expect to recreate this with just graphics, especially all the black stripes. Installed the 12 blade inrunner and RC Geek burners as well. Took over a month, although I was also repainting the Mig at the same time to save on paint barn downtime (yes, my garage). Had different aircraft parts in different stages of completion all over the house for almost a month (my CO finally told me either the place gets cleaned up or I'm gone baby gone!). Half way through this project I had a feeling it was going to turn out like crap, but now that this one is finished, I'm actually quite happy with the final product. Same with the Mig, but that's a story for later after I finish the electronics/upgrades. This one should be very visible in the air! Got both of them a couple days before the May 15th price increase and saved a bundle (at least that's what I told my wife, that I wasn't actually spending money, I was saving it-as if she hasn't used that logic on me before).

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                        Hugh "Wildman" Wiedman
                        Hangar: Mig 29 "Cobra", 8S EuroFighter-Bronze Tiger, A-10 Arctic, F18 Canadian & Tiger Meet, 8S F16 Wild Weasel, 8S F4 Jolly Rodgers & Blue Angel, 1600 Corsair & Spitfire, B-24, Stinger 90, Avanti. Extreme Flight-FW-190 Red Tulip, Slick 60, 62" Extra 300, 62" MXS Heavy Metal, 62" Edge Demonstrator. FMS-SU-30,1700mm P-51, Corsair, Viper, Beast Bi-Plane 60", P2 Bi-Plane, P51.

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                        • First time out with a RunCam 4K on my MiG-29.
                           

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                          • Bombs Away!!!!!! (at 1:47 mark)
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                            • Originally posted by Jdcrow View Post
                              Bombs Away!!!!!! (at 1:47 mark)
                              YES INDEED!! Outstanding mission and a Direct Hit!
                              Hugh "Wildman" Wiedman
                              Hangar: Mig 29 "Cobra", 8S EuroFighter-Bronze Tiger, A-10 Arctic, F18 Canadian & Tiger Meet, 8S F16 Wild Weasel, 8S F4 Jolly Rodgers & Blue Angel, 1600 Corsair & Spitfire, B-24, Stinger 90, Avanti. Extreme Flight-FW-190 Red Tulip, Slick 60, 62" Extra 300, 62" MXS Heavy Metal, 62" Edge Demonstrator. FMS-SU-30,1700mm P-51, Corsair, Viper, Beast Bi-Plane 60", P2 Bi-Plane, P51.

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                              • Originally posted by Hugh Wiedman View Post
                                Finally finished my 2nd Hornet, this one in the Tiger Meet livery (more info in the F-18 thread). Turned out to be a very difficult task and Callie's graphics were not up to her usual excellence and ended up improvising and doing a lot of extra hand painting, so don't expect to recreate this with just graphics, especially all the black stripes. Installed the 12 blade inrunner and RC Geek burners as well. Took over a month, although I was also repainting the Mig at the same time to save on paint barn downtime (yes, my garage). Had different aircraft parts in different stages of completion all over the house for almost a month (my CO finally told me either the place gets cleaned up or I'm gone baby gone!). Half way through this project I had a feeling it was going to turn out like crap, but now that this one is finished, I'm actually quite happy with the final product. Same with the Mig, but that's a story for later after I finish the electronics/upgrades. This one should be very visible in the air! Got both of them a couple days before the May 15th price increase and saved a bundle (at least that's what I told my wife, that I wasn't actually spending money, I was saving it-as if she hasn't used that logic on me before).

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                                Just Awesome, Hugh!!!

                                davegee

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                                • Off to the field this morning. Hazy with all the smoke blowing around and thermally as well. Blue and silver airplanes, not the best choice for this kind of day! My BBD is still one of the finest flying airplanes in the fleet and the Bearcat is outstanding.
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                                  Grossman56
                                  Team Gross!

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                                  • There are always such excellent pics and video in this thread every time I check back in on it once in a while.

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                                    • This jet 'grows' on a proper field with beautiful scenery!



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                                      • Finally got the F-18 Tiger Meet out in the sun for some photos, much better than the indoor artificial light. The weather has still been crap, and this week's forecasts are no better, so haven't been able to maiden it, but hopefully soon, along with my repainted Mig.

                                        The 4 coats of clear gloss spar urethane really seem to affect the underlying paint shading with different sunlight intensities and clouds. Kinda cool though.

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                                        Hugh "Wildman" Wiedman
                                        Hangar: Mig 29 "Cobra", 8S EuroFighter-Bronze Tiger, A-10 Arctic, F18 Canadian & Tiger Meet, 8S F16 Wild Weasel, 8S F4 Jolly Rodgers & Blue Angel, 1600 Corsair & Spitfire, B-24, Stinger 90, Avanti. Extreme Flight-FW-190 Red Tulip, Slick 60, 62" Extra 300, 62" MXS Heavy Metal, 62" Edge Demonstrator. FMS-SU-30,1700mm P-51, Corsair, Viper, Beast Bi-Plane 60", P2 Bi-Plane, P51.

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                                        • You can tell our weather has not been conducive to flying in a while as all I've been doing the past 6 weeks is building/painting/modifying the F-18 and now almost finished with the Mig 29. Still need to program the Rx, hook up the TV nozzles and add the 20 amp BEC, but at least the lion's share of the work is done. Hope to maiden both maybe next week as all of this week still looks like manure. Upgrade details are in the Mig thread, however, in explaining the selected scheme, my wife suggested something in yellow/black for visibility and in keeping with my refurbished Firebird 400 and Ram truck. Then I was able to find a rare livery that actually existed, and I couldn't ignore my CO's orders! Only 2 were ever made, and both crashed in an airshow over London when the Russian pilots got disoriented in some clouds. They parachuted to safety, but seems they've never been heard from again! Perfect!! Just what I needed, a failed livery that crashed, just my style. I did add some custom images I found that Callie reproduced so hopefully it will help shed the failed history, thus the Mig-29 "Cobra" was born. As usual, added 4 coats of exterior clear gloss spar urethane. Hopefully, this "viper" won't shed it's skin!

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                                          Hugh "Wildman" Wiedman
                                          Hangar: Mig 29 "Cobra", 8S EuroFighter-Bronze Tiger, A-10 Arctic, F18 Canadian & Tiger Meet, 8S F16 Wild Weasel, 8S F4 Jolly Rodgers & Blue Angel, 1600 Corsair & Spitfire, B-24, Stinger 90, Avanti. Extreme Flight-FW-190 Red Tulip, Slick 60, 62" Extra 300, 62" MXS Heavy Metal, 62" Edge Demonstrator. FMS-SU-30,1700mm P-51, Corsair, Viper, Beast Bi-Plane 60", P2 Bi-Plane, P51.

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