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Japanese W II RC Models
« on: April 25, 2012, 05:51:49 pm »

Hi! Enjoy.

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2012, 06:09:54 pm »
Next Ki-94-Ⅰ RC model flight movie.



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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2012, 03:40:11 am »
If my Japanese is correct, when the Ki-94-I was rejected, Tachikawa "repackaged" the design by beefing up the weapon fit and changing the role from high altitude fighter to a medium altitude heavy fighter with the designation Ki-104.

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2013, 10:31:42 pm »
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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2013, 11:54:08 pm »
Next video.

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #5 on: October 31, 2013, 04:51:26 am »
Splendid!!  :D

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #6 on: October 31, 2013, 08:14:15 am »
Great model ! And it shows (at around 3:19), that tail clearance of this type is quite low and
a bumper a necessity !
It takes a long time, before all mistakes are made ...

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #7 on: October 31, 2013, 02:55:36 pm »
According to this factory drawing, angle of attack was limited 9° to 10°30 when take off and landing. You can see pressurized cabin area in this drawing,too.
Great RC model indeed! ;) She has 7 cylinders air cooling radial engines!!
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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2013, 03:12:01 pm »
Excellent my dear Blackkite.

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #9 on: November 24, 2013, 07:25:06 am »
 :) Hello, the following for some interessest:
Josef has built this plane by using plywood, spruce stringer, balsawood, glass- and carbon fibre, and a lot of styropor. He has prepared a huge number of moulds to fabricate all the cfc parts.
The front engine is a Seidel ST 710, the rear one a Seidel ST 7-70.
Menz propeller at front 22/12, rear Menz 22/12 L, static RPM on ground 5200 RPM.
Wingspan 300 cm, Length 265 cm, dry weight 23.5 kg, No lead required for balancing.
Functions: elevator, rudder, aileron, jointly and separately controlled engines, 4 split flaps as landing aid, proportional pneumatic brakes, retractable landing gear specially made at Wabo, 8 cooling flaps for front engine (servo operated), electrically operated canopy,  2 indipendend glowplug electronic systems, for each engine one, made at Microsens, 17 servos, Futaba S-Bus servo wiring.
Plans increased three-side-view from internet. His drawn out detailed designs on this plans are not clearly visible and understandable, and so not suitable for publication.
Josef will never sell this model.
Regards, Hartmut
Hartmut

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #10 on: November 25, 2013, 09:06:49 am »
Welcome here Hartmut and thanks for those explanations. Yes, Josefs model is more,
than just an oob "Schaumwaffel" (foam wafer, fully depron models and the like) and it's
good staged by you, too. Always "Hals- und Beinbruch" for him as his model (Or are there
other greetings in the model scene ?) !
 ;)
It takes a long time, before all mistakes are made ...

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #11 on: November 25, 2013, 11:42:25 am »
:) Hello, the following for some interessest:
Josef has built this plane by using plywood, spruce stringer, balsawood, glass- and carbon fibre, and a lot of styropor. He has prepared a huge number of moulds to fabricate all the cfc parts.
The front engine is a Seidel ST 710, the rear one a Seidel ST 7-70.
Menz propeller at front 22/12, rear Menz 22/12 L, static RPM on ground 5200 RPM.
Wingspan 300 cm, Length 265 cm, dry weight 23.5 kg, No lead required for balancing.
Functions: elevator, rudder, aileron, jointly and separately controlled engines, 4 split flaps as landing aid, proportional pneumatic brakes, retractable landing gear specially made at Wabo, 8 cooling flaps for front engine (servo operated), electrically operated canopy,  2 indipendend glowplug electronic systems, for each engine one, made at Microsens, 17 servos, Futaba S-Bus servo wiring.
Plans increased three-side-view from internet. His drawn out detailed designs on this plans are not clearly visible and understandable, and so not suitable for publication.
Josef will never sell this model.
Regards, Hartmut

Fantastic ! What else ?..

Tonton
L'aviation ? Pfff, c'est bon pour les sportifs ! Pour l'Armée c'est zéro !

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #12 on: November 25, 2013, 03:24:23 pm »
:) Hello, the following for some interessest:
Josef has built this plane by using plywood, spruce stringer, balsawood, glass- and carbon fibre, and a lot of styropor. He has prepared a huge number of moulds to fabricate all the cfc parts.
The front engine is a Seidel ST 710, the rear one a Seidel ST 7-70.
Menz propeller at front 22/12, rear Menz 22/12 L, static RPM on ground 5200 RPM.
Wingspan 300 cm, Length 265 cm, dry weight 23.5 kg, No lead required for balancing.
Functions: elevator, rudder, aileron, jointly and separately controlled engines, 4 split flaps as landing aid, proportional pneumatic brakes, retractable landing gear specially made at Wabo, 8 cooling flaps for front engine (servo operated), electrically operated canopy,  2 indipendend glowplug electronic systems, for each engine one, made at Microsens, 17 servos, Futaba S-Bus servo wiring.
Plans increased three-side-view from internet. His drawn out detailed designs on this plans are not clearly visible and understandable, and so not suitable for publication.
Josef will never sell this model.
Regards, Hartmut
Thanks for detail information. Really outstanding exact shape RC model.
Please ask Josef to build other Japanese beauties. For example, Ki-94-Ⅱ, Senden, Ki-98, etc. :D
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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #13 on: November 26, 2013, 08:54:05 am »
 :)Hello, there is one other japanese model of Josef 'in the tube', indeed: A huge 'SHINDEN. Engine runups and taxi trials are already done. Here at first some pictures. I will ask Josef if he allowes me to upload the video from the trials. If yes, you will find the video in 'YouTube' aswell. Regards, Hartmut
Hartmut

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Re: Japanese W II RC Models
« Reply #14 on: November 26, 2013, 09:06:25 am »
Welcome here Hartmut and thanks for those explanations. Yes, Josefs model is more,
than just an oob "Schaumwaffel" (foam wafer, fully depron models and the like) and it's
good staged by you, too. Always "Hals- und Beinbruch" for him as his model (Or are there
other greetings in the model scene ?) !
 ;)

In the flying world we say 'Holm- und Rippenbruch', which means 'spar and rib fracture', Hartmut
Hartmut