Experimental Airlines Delta Wing

by StoneBlueAirlines | November 26, 2012 | (3 Ratings) Posted in Projects

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Hey guys if your looking for that perfect simple plane build this winter then this is the one for you.

Special thanks to ED at Experimental Airlines for this fun and simple delta wing plane idea.

Here is the build video to get you started from Experimental Airlines

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDi0Tfj0vIc&feature=plcp 

Enjoy this video of some flight footage after I got mine built.

It flies great and can very fast with the right motor set up.

I had a 2200 kv motor on mine.


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Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Repeat.


My Gear:

FPV Gear:  www.videoaerialsystems.com

Video: 808 #16 Keychain Camera with modded lens.

Planes: Ibcrazy Spector
FPV40 Scratch Build Wing from Dollar Tree Foam
Flight Test Nut Ball

Radio: Futaba T6EXA Radio
Spectrum Dx6i
Receiver: Coronal RP6D1

Ground Station:
1.2 Ghz Transmitter and receiver for video
Helical and Cross Hair Antenna
Vuzix Wrap 920 Goggles
Video Monitor: Haier  7" LCD HLT71

Flying Wing Calculator
http://fwcg.3dzone.dk/

Music:
www.freeplaymusic.com 


Comments

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