I have a Little screamers’super park jet’ for power and a mah batt and a phoenix 25a controller and 3 micro servos. Other specs are 33inch. You are not likely to find a foamy jet any bigger than this! This huge Mig is made from EPO foam and is super detailed, there can be no doubt, this jet is going to. do à un en r n foaming; frothing, howering; scumming, skimming. €5 d, a u mig, adj. foaming, frothing, foamy. frothy; sójáuntige6 85ter beer that slowers. € d, at m .

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I had purchased an EDF kit last year that was built out of Depron and it used a 50mm fan set-up. I was very disappointed at the flying characteristics of that jig bird. It just wasn’t very much fun to fly.

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It tended to snap in tight turns and it wouldn’t fly inverted at all. I decided to see what I could fozmy up with. I designed and drew a Mig 21 to fit the fan in CAD. Then I built a little balsa toss model to verify the CG and incidence.

I had little wire hinges on the elevators for adjustment The thing literally “flew off miy building board”! In fact, it would glide at least 50 yards with a good toss! I have caught it in my hand on landing several times, but most of the time I “Harrier land” it at the flying field with no forward motion. I like the thing so much that my flying buddy have taking everyones advice and we have decided to kit it. We have formed a company, Jets N Stuff to market it.

Check it out at www. We have completed the initial production run and we are ready to ship. Send a private message to cactusflyer. Find More Posts by cactusflyer. John, That is really neat. The Mig is one of my favorite planes. I’m going fiamy visit your site right now.

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Find More Posts by Gordito Volador. Thanks Bill, The site has a few bugs, but we are working on it. The Mig is a blast to fly! Every time I take it to the field or park, I just giggle and have a great time. It’s a good “after hours” bird at the jet rally or park near your home. John, Could you add some details? What are the dimensions of the model? Send a private message to Free Bird. Find More Posts by Free Bird. This fan comes assembled, dynamically balanced, ready to run from the factory with a HB brushless motor.

The “cheapie” ESC works very well. We have been using Tanic 3S Li-pos and they deliver 6 to 7 minutes a full throttle flying and they are available on the site as well. Typical weight is The length is Good news for all you Alfa Fan owners with no place to put the fan anymore! The Mig with the 50 mm fan was just right for the large indoor venue. Here is the original, better all the way around. And of Course always in my humble opinion.


Find More Posts by Hairypharter. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Check this out from last weekend: I hated running through his bird though.

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It was too much fun chasing one another! The Mig famy A-4 fly well in large indoor venues as well as outdoors Tailwinds, John.

Do you have a history here on RCU? I am very curious as to why you would post on this thread and promote someone else’s products. You posted stock photos from Teyry’s site. Have you even built or flown any of those models?

I guess that it doesn’t really matter does it Let me chime in. I have built 3 Mig 21’s and I found it easy to build, very aerobatic and the slow flight characteristics are unbelievable.

I have yet to stall it. Send a private foamu to hansen3. Find More Posts by hansen3. Thanks for the support guys. Fortunately, I was away from my PC for the last few days! Pharter got himself banned over on another forum!

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Pharter, I’m not going to try to educate you. You have your motives which I fkamy not change. I still feel that you and the rest of the onlookers deserve an explanation. I would have like to have sent you this as a private message I tried, but you have locked out private messages.

You will note that in my original post, I mentioned that I was disappointed in the performance of “another” park jet I tactfully omitted identifying fiamy manufacturer out of respect for that manufacturer. Pharter, in your infinite wisdom, made the connection. Now, let’s talk model design. My Mig uses a Jedlesky type airfoil. My first exposure to this was around when I designed and built a model rocket boost glider that used the Jedelsky airfoil.

Later, around, when “foam board” was introduced, I built several more boost gliders of my own design using the same airfoil. Some used flat balsa, others used foam board.

After my employment with a major RC manufacturer and distributer where i was a designer, I designed a free flight Lear 35 model. I was now flying Lears for a living, so I wanted something to mess around with that looked like a Lear This was about Long before the electric park flier was even dreamed of Hence, my Lear was a rubber powered free flight model built to prove the concept for a possible larger model.


Somewhat similar to the small balsa model that I built to prove the Famy concept Point being it was a flat plate profile model of a jet that used the Jedelsky airfoil. The other park jets that you speak of do indeed use the same airfoil that same one that I have been playing with for over 40 years to reiterate but there is a design flaw in the application of it in those airplanes.

My spar system and fuselage are completely different than what is in the aforementioned aircraft and the rest of the parts are common practice that just about every foamy incorporates. The wing area is different and the relative sizes of the horizontal stab and control surfaces are different. My designs don’t use a rudder So now is the time to stop the infomercial for TF and go fly something That is, if you actually fly models. I am completely wrong. If the invention has been described in a printed publication anywhere, or has been in public use or on sale mkg this country more than one year before the date on which an application for patent is filed in this country, a patent cannot be obtained.

The inventor must file on the date of public use or disclosure, however, in order to preserve patent rights in many foreign foamyy. Even if the subject matter sought to be patented is not exactly shown by the prior art, and involves one or more differences over the most nearly similar thing already known, a patent may still be refused if the differences would be obvious.

The subject matter sought to be patented must be sufficiently different from what has been used or described before that it may be said to be nonobvious to a person having ordinary skill in the area of technology related to the invention. For example, the substitution of one color for another, ffoamy changes in size, are ordinarily not patentable.

I was cleaning up the hard rive on my desktop and I came across this video of the prototype Mig flying. It was done by one of my fly’in buddies last September. It was hot and windy We had given up for the day and put our turbine models back in the car so I launched the Mig for some fun and Wayne shot the video.

Check it out here: I just got this message from a miig Hi, I’m the guy that bought a Mig21 from you guys on Sat. First I want to say, that so far the build is pretty much falling together.