How about flying F-16s in 1/5, 1/6 or 1/10 scale!

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Unread post06 Aug 2004, 05:21

Hi, We got the clip from Cato Horten site's <Jet Over Norway>
We have been in and out of his building up site quite frequently, and we just pick it up and share with everybody here.
And best is we get to know you here too! :D
Tell CH to keep it up his works and his newly 1/7 F-18 is great too. :wink:

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Unread post16 Aug 2004, 06:18

1/6 scale, 98" in length VIPER video clip.
DONT MISS!

http://www.joemcbride.com/Preview/RC/F-16/Viper1.wmv

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Unread post12 Sep 2004, 17:47

AsiaScaleRC wrote:1/6 scale, 98" in length VIPER video clip.
DONT MISS!

http://www.joemcbride.com/Preview/RC/F-16/Viper1.wmv

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Hello!

New video clip on www.av-art.no/filer/modellfly/SJF-16.wmv

This time with american markings, flying in VERY strong wind (After all, it's an all-weather fighter!!) :D
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Unread post13 Sep 2004, 09:18

AsiaScaleRC wrote:1/6 scale, 98" in length VIPER video clip.
DONT MISS!

http://www.joemcbride.com/Preview/RC/F-16/Viper1.wmv

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AsiaScale RC


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Excellent! Looks real! But I dunno where he got the idea for the scheme. Looks kinda like a cross between an aggressor and Indonesian scheme...rather unattractive.
Do your homework, Tiger!
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Unread post14 Sep 2004, 05:10

Hi, Icepilot

GREAT video on your spiderJet F-16! See u in RCU!

Also like to posted another GREAT project going on from one of member's Kim Gardner 22.5% scale F-16 BLK 32...

Model: F-16c (Block 32)
Scale: 22.5%
length: 133" including nose pitot
engine: AMT Netherlands Olympus hp (51.7 lbs thrust)
servos: Hitech digital/programable HS-5735MG giant scale
radio: Multiplex Royal Evo 12 Ch.
features:

functional bomb release (MK83 dumb bombs)
wing tip AIM 9 rockets functional (first inboard hard point AIM 120 AMRAAMs are static. The rocket rails are interchangable on the pylons so the Sidewinders and AIM 120s could be configured as desired)
functional turkey feathers (Pratt Whittney engine) ( way more narley looking than the GE engine feathers) see attached pix
lighting system with strobe
flare dispensers I think it would be cool to come in steep and pickel off a couple MK 83s and then pull up hard with the flares confusing any SAMs that might be on the way lookin' for lunch!
functional canopy
functional centerline tank
functional speed brakes
all composite air frame (engraved pannel lines and rivets)
I have 3 sets of gear and internal hardware finished now and will pull 3 airframes from the molds to begin flight testing. I have just begun the molding process now.

worth a look at his project images from the thread.....@

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_21416 ... tm#2143892
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Unread post14 Sep 2004, 05:26

Hi, Habu

How about the this Begium F-16 "TIGER" paint scheme! Hope the photos will make you feel better!! :wink:

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/Large_F ... 021/tm.htm

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Unread post14 Sep 2004, 05:42

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Ha! I saw this one earlier when I was checking out that forum.
At least it's a real scheme. I'm not much for what-ifs. ;)
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Unread post29 Oct 2004, 07:58

Hi,

A 2.4m "wooden" Viper started to show it shape!

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Unread post14 Jun 2005, 06:14

The last posted wooden viper have transformed to this!
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Unread post17 Aug 2005, 10:57

Do you know when this model will be ready for sale? I have just finished my new F-16 - video at http://www.av-art.no/filer/modellfly/

but I would love a bigger one!!

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Unread post15 Sep 2006, 22:50

Something about an accurate scale model that makes me wonder is, with the F-16 being intrinsically unstable (35 percent relaxed static stability) and dependent on the FLCS computer to be controllable, isn't a fully accurate scale model going to be very difficult to control?

What changes are done (if any) to the design to make it flyable without a computer in the loop?

CJ
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Unread post16 Sep 2006, 15:05

simple - move the CG fwd.
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Unread post03 Mar 2007, 04:39

Here a maiden video footage of 1/8 F-16 in prototype scheme sometime back, enjoy!

http://www.rcuvideos.com/view_video.php ... ab63650534

You'll get "electric" feeling when flying a F-16 even is a scale model!

Albert
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Unread post05 Mar 2007, 18:55

Neat piece of video of that RC Viper; a YF-16 no less!
I'm watching...
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Unread post23 Feb 2008, 05:46

1/6 scale next to 1/48.. :wink:
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