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#4357992 - 05/18/17 07:03 AM RC jet with 2 axis thrust vectoring  
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Wow.

How did they even manage the process of learning to FLY this thing? (Check out insane angle of attack and low airspeed at 3:00)...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiuMULAxG3E

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#4358083 - 05/18/17 04:59 PM Re: RC jet with 2 axis thrust vectoring [Re: Zamzow]  
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Originally Posted by Zamzow
Wow.

How did they even manage the process of learning to FLY this thing?


I suspect that it involved a very large supply of spare parts.


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#4358110 - 05/18/17 08:02 PM Re: RC jet with 2 axis thrust vectoring [Re: Zamzow]  
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I would assume that the exhaust vector works in concert with standard pitch/yaw controls thus there isn't a tremendous amount of difference in this and any other 3d capable RC aircraft.


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#4358347 - 05/19/17 11:59 PM Re: RC jet with 2 axis thrust vectoring [Re: Zamzow]  
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The very significant difference is that thrust vectoring isn't dependent on airflow over the control surfaces.


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