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Old 12-04-2007, 12:57 PM
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Default Profile MiG-29 pusher (with plans)

I've designed a profile MiG-29 pusher that is built from 6 mm depron. It has a thread over at RC Groups (http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=757214), but I thought that I should share my plans in this forum too.

Wing span: 72 cm (28.3 in)
Length: 101 cm (39.7 in)
Suggested propeller: 6"

The tiled plans should be printed centered at 100 %.

If you don't feel like cutting the depron yourself, this plane is also available as a kit from 6mmFlyRC:

http://www.6mmflyrc.com/quick-build-series/

Detailed build instructions (thanks to 6mmFlyRC):

http://www.6mmflyrc.com/kit-instruct...20MIG%2029.pdf

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Old 12-04-2007, 03:34 PM
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Here are some more pictures.
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Old 12-05-2007, 06:28 AM
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Thanks for sharing the plans, and Welcome to Wattflyer!!
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Old 12-05-2007, 07:38 AM
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Welcome To Wattflyers, Very nice Jet build, keep up the great work, Chellie
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Old 12-13-2007, 11:25 PM
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Here are some new pictures thanks to eliworm.
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Old 01-07-2008, 12:54 PM
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Old 01-18-2008, 12:09 AM
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tomhe,

Didn't realize you signed up over here too.

Since no other actual fliers have chimed in here, let me say that I absolutely LOVE flying this plane! The aerobatics are awesome! This thing literally flips over on itself when pulling full up.

CHELLIE, you need to build this, trust me!

tomhe also has plans for a very nice F-22 over on RCG (maybe he can be convinced to post them here as well? ), as well as an Su-37 he just posted today.

I have the F-22 too, and will be building the Su-27 shortly. These planes are amazingly simple to cut out (or buy a ready-cut kit from www.6mmflyrc.com) and assembly is so simple that instructions are not even needed.

Thanks tomhe for the nice planes and plans!
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Old 01-18-2008, 12:20 AM
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That'd be a good match for the Ikarus SU-27 XXL.

Thanks for the plans!
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Old 01-18-2008, 01:38 AM
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Originally Posted by crxmanpat View Post
tomhe,

Didn't realize you signed up over here too.

Since no other actual fliers have chimed in here, let me say that I absolutely LOVE flying this plane! The aerobatics are awesome! This thing literally flips over on itself when pulling full up.

CHELLIE, you need to build this, trust me!

tomhe also has plans for a very nice F-22 over on RCG (maybe he can be convinced to post them here as well? ), as well as an Su-37 he just posted today.

I have the F-22 too, and will be building the Su-27 shortly. These planes are amazingly simple to cut out (or buy a ready-cut kit from www.6mmflyrc.com) and assembly is so simple that instructions are not even needed.

Thanks tomhe for the nice planes and plans!
I think I will build it, It Looks very Nice, maybe a little bigger with some 9mm depron that I have here Thank You, Chellie
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If you use 9mm, then you can scale up to 150% and it should be just right.
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Well, I finally got around to building it, a year Later made it a tad bigger in 9 mm, it sure spins fast, here is my Mig 29, Take care, Chellie

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Originally Posted by CHELLIE View Post
Well, I finally got around to building it, a year Later made it a tad bigger in 9 mm, it sure spins fast, here is my Mig 29, Take care, Chellie

That is a great flyer, Chellie. A touch of nose weight and look out huh!? Flew just great on it's maiden the other week, it's on you tube Al looks like a pro "chucker" there huh!!?

Maybe a pusher build is in my future, I am looking to build my Stryker soon so that'll be a good start.

---Ray
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Old 01-23-2009, 08:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Wrench66 View Post
That is a great flyer, Chellie. A touch of nose weight and look out huh!? Flew just great on it's maiden the other week, it's on you tube Al looks like a pro "chucker" there huh!!?

Maybe a pusher build is in my future, I am looking to build my Stryker soon so that'll be a good start.

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That will be great Ray, its a nice flyer, a little slow for me but nice AL Did a great job on the launch in the pic great, can you post the you tube video, i would love to save it, Take care, Chellie
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Originally Posted by CHELLIE View Post
That will be great Ray, its a nice flyer, a little slow for me but nice AL Did a great job on the launch in the pic great, can you post the you tube video, i would love to save it, Take care, Chellie
Sorry, Vimeo is where I put that one.....and you just posted it
You know it's a good plane when it can recover from that 70 degree handlaunch! OR am I forgetting the Ace pilot behind the sticks saving the day there?! lol

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Old 01-23-2009, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Wrench66 View Post
Sorry, Vimeo is where I put that one.....and you just posted it
You know it's a good plane when it can recover from that 70 degree handlaunch! OR am I forgetting the Ace pilot behind the sticks saving the day there?! lol

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Maybe a little of Both Take care, Chellie
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Originally Posted by CHELLIE View Post
Maybe a little of Both Take care, Chellie
Oh yeah, you know it. hehe

nite-all

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70 deg. hand launch ? You better calibrate your protractor Ray
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hehe, I wondered when you would call me on that comment lol

And BTW MY protractor is always correct sir, the world may be just a little skewed though now and then depending on my beverage consumption

(hic)---Ray
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Originally Posted by Wrench66 View Post
That is a great flyer, Chellie. A touch of nose weight and look out huh!? Flew just great on it's maiden the other week, it's on you tube Al looks like a pro "chucker" there huh!!?

Maybe a pusher build is in my future, I am looking to build my Stryker soon so that'll be a good start.

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Hi Sir, May I get its Dimension(PDF)?. Looks bigger in XXL size.
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Originally Posted by mian558 View Post
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Hi Sir, May I get its Dimension(PDF)?. Looks bigger in XXL size.
The thread is over 9 years old .....

Here's the link for the plans and details ...

http://rc.tomhe.net/mig-29

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Wing span72 cm (28.3 inches)Length101 cm (39.7 inches)CoG locationBottom TopPropeller slotFits propellers with a maximum diameter of 6 inches

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