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Old 10-30-2009, 04:02 AM   #1
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Here you are.. some Pusher Jet Plans.. Many plans to choose from..



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Old 10-30-2009, 06:47 AM   #2
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Here's a few other resources as well:

rc.tomhe.net - Profile mid mount pushers by Tomas Hellberg.

www.parkjets.com - Tons of free plans for pusher jets.

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http://www.plans4rcplanes.com/parkjet.html

there are other types of planes on the site but this is a direct link to push prop jets which most of these models can be modified for EDF.

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And in case you don't want the hassle of downloading plans and cutting foam, there are a few sales outlets that sell kits ready for assembly:

6MMFlyRC - Kits made from 6mm depron based on Steve Shumate's designs ("Original Series", fully built up planes with a tail mounted pusher prop), and kits for profile type jets with a mid mounted motor ("Quick Build Series")

Nico Hobbies - These are smaller versions of some of the Quick Build kits available at 6MMFlyRC.

YardBird RC - More mid mounted pushers similar to the Quick Build Series.

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Question Slow Flying Pusher Plans

Is there any plans out there for a slow flying Pusher?

I'd like to mount my mini video camera in the forward fuse without seeing the prop and the distortions it causes when the video is being recorded. I would like to be able to fly slow so as to reduce the jerky movement as I fly.

Could this work with any pusher as long as you use the right motor and prop combination and you keep the weight down?

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Hi Cdr. Instigator, spent some time looking for ideas myself, and found a lot of info and some links in r/c groups in the twin boom pusher and the AP section. My AR 234 pusher is purpose built as an aerial camera platform and I can turn the motors off and glide for better quality pics. Had an edf powered sailplane previously, and it was good too. My camera is fairly old and outdated, but considering some of my hard landings, fairly robust. Helps if you can rotate the camera for different angles ie. pointing down for land scape or ahead when chasing another aircraft etc. Camera's in the nose section aid ballast pretty good too. Good luck in whichever way you go
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Hey Instigator,

It's not a jet, but Radical RC offers a pusher motor and wing mount setup for the slow stick that should do the trick. I'm not sure you could get much slower or steadier than a Slow Stick.

http://www.radicalrc.com/shop/?shop=...220286&cat=249
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Originally Posted by Cdr. Instigator View Post
Is there any plans out there for a slow flying Pusher?

I'd like to mount my mini video camera in the forward fuse without seeing the prop and the distortions it causes when the video is being recorded. I would like to be able to fly slow so as to reduce the jerky movement as I fly.

Could this work with any pusher as long as you use the right motor and prop combination and you keep the weight down?

RCPowers.com their F-22 Easybuild is really Stable at slow Speeds.

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