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    F-22 Raptor Scratch Build




    In this episode of Flite Test, Josh bixler walks us step by step on building your own F-22 Raptor! This plane is very simple to build, very easy to fly, and also has great trainer tendencies. Watch to see more.

    Plans: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=740049&highlight=profil+f22


    Parts we used:
    Turnigy TG9e Servo
    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=9549


    Hextronik 24gram 1300Kv Motor
    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=2069


    HobbyKing Red Brick 24A ESC
    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=18003


    Turnigy 500mah 3S
    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=9275



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    Broke Multirotor Builder colorex's Avatar
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    It's so easy that I want to try it now! My guess is that a Park450 will need a slightly larger plane
    Go to SierraRC.com and get some excellent service!

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    Just got done crashing mine. As my first push motor I think I got the motor inclination wrong. Just wants to nose over. Next weekend we'll try try again.

    Sure was fun to build though.

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    Technical - but not in fluid dynamics ...

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    Wink

    Great!!! You can pass a link to the plans of this aircraft?

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    Where can I find the link for the plans ?

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    Broke Multirotor Builder colorex's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by runnerba View Post
    Great!!! You can pass a link to the plans of this aircraft?
    They are posted under the first video:

    http://forum.flitetest.com/showthrea...85-F-22-Raptor
    Go to SierraRC.com and get some excellent service!

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    F22

    I personally love F22 Raptors. I just picked up everything from Hobbyking. I'm wondering how the electronics go together. Can someone post a picture/video of how their electronics hook up? I picked up an OrangeRX (6ch) for the rx.

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    I'm such a noob to scratchbuilding and airplanes XD. Here's a dumb question for y'all: What type of foam board works well, and where can i get it?

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    Post foam boards

    hello

    I'm in the process of building a raptOR , iv ordered all the stuff from hk . and waiting on the delivery .
    here in south Africa . i have managed to find iso board but it is only available in 15mm plus . so i now use project foam board from the stationary shop . i am paying about 40 rand a sheet (5 dollars ). i takes about two sheets to make a raptor Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcmaniac098202 View Post
    I'm such a noob to scratchbuilding and airplanes XD. Here's a dumb question for y'all: What type of foam board works well, and where can i get it?
    Foam board mainly varies in thickness, I use 6mm but you can get 5mm 3mm and some thicker stuff two. Where you get it depends on what country you live but the last lot I bought was off ebay, mainly because it's quite expensive here in Australia.
    Bollie

    I can see my house from here....

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