Jet pipe for Panther /Aeronaut “SUPERLIGHT”: This jet pipe fits the Aeronaut Panther in combination with a Kolibri or P is made. For sale is my newly finished and unflown Aeronaut F9F Panther. This is an all composite kit with removable wings designed for 90mm EDF.

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Old 8s ma 20c packs got me over mph believe it was per radar. Ailerons required one click and that was it.

Oanther may try moving cg forward a mm at a time try and neutralize the tail. I have installed the intakes using BVM Aeropoxy as well as the exhaust former. I have a new toy to show you. Downwind3Zero It’s like an addiction! Images View all Images in thread Views: I just want to compare notes, I finished off a conversion from Bob Ruff and have a wemo 90 pro with a 1.

Landing even with flaps seems to float forever with wind.

Aero-Naut Panther F9F

EDF Sport Jet, unflown with extras. It has retracts so rog is in order. Maybe it was the wind but did a couple of rolls and a panthher loop. This is an all composite kit aeroonaut removable wings designed for 90mm EDF. For sale is my newly finished and unflown Aeronaut F9F Panther.

Just on Taxi it seems with 6s to have great authority. I added some strength in the vertical stab just to make it bit stronger there.

So this weekend I will try this bird out on 6s and see what it can do. Here is a breakdown of what all is included: Yeah, beef up the tail vert stab or it will flutter! The vertical I put a carbon rod on the leading edge also added the ply bulkhead on the lower section and put a 2oz cloth strip behind the bulkhead there is less twist in the rear of the fuse. Sign up now to remove ads between posts.


Jet pipe for Panther /Aeronaut “SUPERLIGHT” – GRUMANIA JETS

Find More Posts by rongreg I did about 5 minutes on a 6s pack and it was way windy but what the heck I dont have a rudder lets just punch out. I was thinking sunday if everything worked out.

The main canopy hatch opens with a hatch latch and the tail section can be removed via screws to access the power plant. As I banked and started to build speed the down was to much so I had to pull back the down trim and basically only one click of down trim was need upon landing. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. Well I hope to see you at prado.

Hello Guys, if you have flown the Panther from aeronaut. Doug Bateman Registered User. This airplane is designed for a bungee launch and belly landing, although Spring Air retracts can easily be fitted to the plane for ROG flights if need be. Hey Jeff what day? The servos are brand new and I have custom designed all linkages with heavy duty rods, connectors, and ball links where necessary. Well I will try to get some photos and as always look for a video camera.


Ailerons were not the fastest but again scale. Any suggestions for this model would be welcome. To quote Herbs post hence the down It was a light setup and had plenty of power.

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Jul 08, Well, recommend your CG, your rates and trim on the tail you used for final flight based on your CG location. This thread has most of the info So what are you bringing out?

Well I hope to be able to launch next weekend. You will need batteries, an ESC, motor, and a receiver to be ready to fly.

I do see a pitch sesitivity to throttle. Just would like more speed and maybe less pitch. I have also not installed the pre-made thrust tube yet which will allow you to easily set up your powerplant.

I had double the throw needed on everything and it was abit of a handful to not overcontrol it on the maiden flight. So I topped off the retracts air, and popped in a pack. All control surfaces are live hinged with heavy duty phenolic servo horns attached using Aeropoxy. Theres an incidence error in the aeronaut mold. Images View all Images in thread. Thanks guys for the input.