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Old 09-21-2010, 05:48 PM   #181
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Well I've gone as far as I think I can with the helicopters other than possibly changing out the 3G for XBEAST or SK720, but after speaking with Heliflight center I think I'll hold off till I get some results.

So, now you wonder what might be tumblin' around in my twisted brain if not another helicopter ( no, fear not.... the work continues on the JetWolf )

I thought it might be interesting to travel a different path this time....

The basic mechanics are now in place and functioning, now it's time to bend it up a little..

Hopefully by this weekend, the first go around may be ready to reveal ...... with another body on order ( I had a few other bright ideas pop into my brain only after the fact, and can not be implemented on this first version )

But it should still work well.....(or @ least I hope so )
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Old 09-21-2010, 06:12 PM   #182
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I think your pure function on this forum is to torment your fellow Freakers. I am afraid one day you may be required to forfeit restitution for such sins
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Old 09-21-2010, 07:40 PM   #183
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I think your pure function on this forum is to torment your fellow Freakers. I am afraid one day you may be required to forfeit restitution for such sins
Naaaaaaaaaa..... I got way too many twisted idea's that just might work, just need the time to get what's in my head into the living breathing world...
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Old 09-22-2010, 07:21 PM   #184
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My personal favorite of yours is that werewolf 800.
Did you or, are you going to co pilot that monster? (I can't even call that a 'bird.')
Oh, just double checked your signature...guess you did.
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Old 09-22-2010, 08:07 PM   #185
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YES I DID!!!!!!!
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Old 09-22-2010, 10:23 PM   #186
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So much progress, NightFlyr is always in front of the pack
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Old 09-22-2010, 10:42 PM   #187
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Whip me, beat me, take away my credit cards..

look who's return from the great unknown

Someone get a pillow ready for Mel, he might just pass out...
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Old 09-23-2010, 01:05 AM   #188
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Whip me, beat me, take away my credit cards..

look who's return from the great unknown

Someone get a pillow ready for Mel, he might just pass out...
OMG!!!!.... "Oh, this is the biggest one I ever had. You hear that Elizabeth? I'm coming to join you honey."

You better have a good excuse Flame

Night and I have PM'd, emailed, put out an all points bulletin, searched our old phone records, ads in the local Texas papers, Reward posters in the red light district, called the freakin' hospitals, the County Jail, but still no Flame

I tell my guys when they're late for work, there's only 2 excuses:

1 - Open heart surgery.

2 - You met some Honey, fell in love for the night and got laid.

This is kinda like when my Sons were little and wandered off in the mall.

When they finally re-surfaced, I wanted to hug 'em and beat 'em at the same time

So glad you are still with us, but where the hell have you been ol' Buddy.

Night's been most of our entertainment while you were doing "only God knows what"??

Seriously, we have been really worried about you!!
We're relieved to say the least, glad you're OK??

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Old 09-23-2010, 07:08 PM   #189
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Default The creature roams the night!!!!!!!!!!!

During the early morning hours a creature has stirred to life....






Instilling fear to any who dare try to tame such a beast, God knows what I have done and unleashed into the world.






Needless to say all that reside with in the walls of the laboratory, now fear they shall never again see the light of the coming dawn...







The PREDATOR is loose tonight, hide the children and send the women to the mountains for safety this evening..







It may be coming for you!!!!















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Old 09-23-2010, 07:31 PM   #190
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What?? no CP??
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Old 09-24-2010, 05:56 AM   #192
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Being such a massive machine need to design an OVERSIZED set of mounts for the sensors
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Old 09-24-2010, 09:05 AM   #193
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Hang on, gang. Think about it for a moment. What could night's brain do to this "almost a mosquito" of an aircraft? This is nightflyr we are talking about here. Have ye no faith?
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Old 09-29-2010, 07:50 PM   #194
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Default And just when you thought the Lab was dark and still..

Well I have to admit.....

I was getting bored, so lets see what I could conjure up....

Ohhhh my.....
A STRYKER 27 with landing gear .....How nice to be able to land on a hard surface with out tearing the foam to shreds...







And what do we have here?????

A MULTIPLEX FunJet...though with a few added twists.. for good measure...



Added forward canards just to see how it will fly



Also a set of rudders with a reinforced support structure






And a set of stainless steel buttons on the under carriage to take the abuse instead of the foam.

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OMG his fleet is growing, as it stands NightFlyr's personal air force is bigger than that of most small countries

I picked up a HobbyZone Champ - time to bug the guys on the other boards

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Old 09-30-2010, 07:30 PM   #196
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As you saw this is the FunJet....




But a thought struck me late last night.........(frightening, I know)

Now it's mutated into this......







Roughly 40% more wing area...very interested to see how it will fly.......

And remember kiddies..The Lab rarely sleeps :dance
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Way to go, nightflyr. I am hardly surprised by anything that comes out that brain of yours. So what do you plan to do with that "almost a mosquito", Night Vapor?
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Way to go, nightflyr. I am hardly surprised by anything that comes out that brain of yours. So what do you plan to do with that "almost a mosquito", Night Vapor?
Actually , I haven't put much thought into it yet, have a few other projects that need attention first..
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OMG his fleet is growing, as it stands NightFlyr's personal air force is bigger than that of most small countries
He definitely has more airworthy aircraft than Mexicana Airlines at the moment.
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Very cool my friend

I had a thought at a fun fly (my 2nd thought this year)

Lot's of Strykers flying, wonder if there's a quieter prop.

Also, "cupping" a prop like a boat prop, it's all fluid dynamics, for better efficiency?

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