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« on: November 05, 2021, 07:18:39 PM »
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Hello,
I wanted a designs for single pusher motor setup a10 warthog , 80 to 100 mm wingspan.
hope a positive reply .
P.S(I am new to this form )
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« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2021, 10:30:10 PM »
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Hello,
I wanted a designs for single pusher motor setup a10 warthog , 80 to 100 mm wingspan.
hope a positive reply .
P.S(I am new to this form )

Welcome to the forum.
The distinctive feature of the A10 Warthog is the TWIN ENGINES.
Do you want to drive TWO ducted fans with ONE motor? May not be possible.
Alternately, two DUMMY engines and a motor at the tail driving a pusher prop behind the elevator?
Seems quite far fetched!

I doubt if youíll find a suitable plan.
But take a look at plan #oz12972 at outerzone.co.uk for some ideas.
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@kkiyer:
I am glad for your reply as you consulted i went to #oz12972 at outerzone.co.uk but thats no the thing i was looking for , i wanted a 100% HD thermacol build , or with with thermacol and fuselase with chroplast single motor plane using 2112 size motor on the back of the plane i.e. back of elevator and dummy engines like those used by @mdriasatali.
It will be a favour if you could design if you don;t  mine since i am only 14 years sooo.
Hope a positive reply and sorry for the late reply from my side.
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« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2021, 09:39:35 PM »
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@kkiyer:
I am glad for your reply as you consulted i went to #oz12972 at outerzone.co.uk but thats no the thing i was looking for , i wanted a 100% HD thermacol build , or with with thermacol and fuselase with chroplast single motor plane using 2112 size motor on the back of the plane i.e. back of elevator and dummy engines like those used by @mdriasatali.
It will be a favour if you could design if you don;t  mine since i am only 14 years sooo.
Hope a positive reply and sorry for the late reply from my side.


Before that I need to know your experience in building/fly so far.
Iím saying this for a good reason, since I think you want a FLYING model, not a static one.
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« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2021, 06:09:08 PM »
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Do you have a plan on how you'll attempt to make a detailed a scale model from thermocol? What equipment do you have on hand? Also as Mr.Iyer said, we need to know how much experience you have in aeromodelling.
Please don't think we're discouraging you. If you're a beginner, it is going to be exceptionally difficult for you to attempt the fabrication of such a scale model. It might take about 100-150 hours of work in total to finish it. (maybe even more if you dont have the right equipment/budget)
After all this, while flying the model, when it crashes, how would you feel about it? It will not be easy to repair.....
(In RC crashes are not an "if" question, its a "when" question)

I completely understand your dreams and ambitions, I had similar unfeasible ambitions of building a solar plane when I was 14 years old. It took me some time to understand that was not feasible at that age and skill level for me. I have since switched to trainer planes that are very simple to build, easy to repair and fly well!

Good luck!
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i completely get your point and i will not consider it to be a discouragement
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secondly i made a trainer and it flies perfect and i was able to do a 20 perfect landings with it.
So i am thinking a should now go to a slow flying rc wing like i built a 52 inches one
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thank you again Smiley Smiley
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« Reply #8 on: December 05, 2021, 11:03:18 PM »
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Oh wow man! You have more experience than me!

Also, your decision to try for a flying wing is good. Go for it.
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