Archive for July, 2010
Just wanted to announce that Free RC Airplane Plans for Jacques Cool FF-Peregrine have been added to the Blog. Please visit the “Planes” tab above of Click on the Link below to get the Free FF-Peregrine plans;
Link to FF-peregrine plans and information:
I just wanted to share an email I recieved a while back from a cool Friend of FoamFighters, Noel Soudent from the Netherlands. Noel is a cool and talented person learning CAD Design. He sent me a PDF of an awesome plan for a FoamBoard SU-37. Please see his email and Free PDF plans below.
Many thanks to Noel for shareing his talents with all of us!
Email from Noel:
I have tried to make a ff sukhoi 37 plan
As this is my first try with a cad program and it is your dayjob I would like you to see what you think of it. and maybe some hints and tips I used a very simple program I could download for free from the internet I haven’t built it yet because Im just in the beginning stage of the plan. And I have not a lot of time left when I finish my dayjob. So have a look and if you like it and you can use it for the foam fighters just do. I would like that very much After this one I will try a mig 29 ff and maybe a mig 21 but that might be a problem cause of the round fuselage maybe foamboard wing surfaces and another foam fuselage
I really enjoy your youtube films.
Click Link for Free PDF Plans
We just wanted to share another cool story of a fellow FoamFighter Pilot, Nadia. We wanted to share her cool story and Pictures of her plane.She is another great example of the variety of fun people who love this hobby! Big thanks to Nadia!
Frank and Paul
> Hi there Folks,
> I’m a 16 year old girl at college and I love flying my 4 channel trainer.
> Recently I came across your site with all these great looking foam jets.
> My Dad flies RC too and he is willing to help me build a jet from your
> collection however, I need to ask for a little advise.
> Which 3 planes are the easiest to fly ?
> Please nominate these in order from easiest to hardest
> I can’t wait to fly your Fantastic jets.
> Wow, I love ’em 🙂
> Thanks guys.
> Thanks for your intrest in rcFoamFighters planes and for your support by watching our videos and visiting our Blog. Here are the three plane you should build in the order from easiest to fly to more difficult.
> FB-28 (slow version)
> Tell your dad to build this one for himself for a real treat:
> FF-SuperNova (130mph+)
> Thanks again for your support and sorry for the delay in writing back to you.
> Good luck with your builds and be sure to have fun!
We built the FB-28 on your recommendation.
Here are a few photos of the plan.
Constructed with 6mm corflute (main wing) and 3mm corflute for everything else. (Estate Agent signs)
We increased the wingspan by 80mm. ( everything else remains the same)
Weighs in at under 800 gram. (AUW)
We used an RCTimer 2212-6 Brushless (2200 Kv) and a 3S liPo (2200mah Turnigy) battery.
40 Amp ESC (Tower-pro) and Hextronic 9 gram servos.
It flies just great.
At the beginning it was a little twitchy because CG was about 6mm too far back
but now we got that all sorted and also backed off the rates a little.
You know, I’d love to see you Guys do a version of the B2 Stealth bomber.
That would be Awesome.
PLEASE Guys, design one and upload the plans 🙂
Will you be doing a B2 Stealth soon ?
Do you have a cool Foam Fighter of your own you want to show off? Please send us some pictures and brief story and we would be glad to share it with the rcFoamFighters community. Please send an email to email@example.com with your Pictures and story!