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I`d like to see the R/C controller pull off some moves in a real plane.
This video is made of win.
one: the power to weight ratio on those are absolutly insane. the fusalage with all the elecronics weighs about a pound, given hes running Li-Po batteries and a brushless motor. which by the looks of it hes definatly is.
and two: the g forces on and real plane that was taking turns that tight, and that fast, would plaster a pilot all over the canopy. practically make his insides his outsides. and it would absolutly rip the plane to peices.
but that of course is if the plane replicates that move for move. the only impossible thing i can see no plane doing, is the thing in the beginning. the spinning thing. that was tight.
all around was a great video. i wonder ho the pilot was...
a prop plane can`t do it granted but it could do just about anything else you see in this clip.
as for too many g`s that`s just BS man air race pilots are pushing 9.5 g plus in some turns and without doing any math i`d venture a guesstamate that most if not all of this is totally possable
Any real plane would have stalled if it tried to hover like that model did. A real plane relies on the angle of attack of its wings to provide thrust to keep it in the air, whereas the hovering proved that the model plane could be held in the air by its engine alone.
thats not fake at all a r/c that cost that much can do that stupid
haha me too
It is. A model airplane only does what a real airplane does. For instance, if you let it drop nose down from a high altitude and then suddenly use the flaps on the wings that control the altitude, it will break the wings and the plane will crash, due to the sudden air resistance at a high velocity. Just as in a real plane.
I wasn`t impressed. But maybe its because I`m tired.
WTF is with the completely irrelevant (not to mention pointless/stupid) Youtube link?
I wonder if you can program a real plane to control with a little controller.________________________________________________
Yes, the government has them...
I wonder if you can program a real plane to control with a little controller.