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Saab J29
Saab J29

            

Saab J29
Description: Sheet model Jetex powered 1950's Swedish jet fighter. Can be built as a chuckie.
Keywords: Kid, Friendly
Date: 03.13.2012 19:24
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File size: 1.3 MB
Added by: mikewight

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qazimoto
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Join Date: 11.13.2010
Comments: 18
J29

This was published in Aeromodeller in 1954. It was also my first powered model with a Jetex 50, perhaps too much power because it only really had one successful flight and lots of dud ones. Possibly had thrustline issues due to poor building techniques at 11 y/o. I'd love to find a Jetex 35, some fuel and have another go.
03.13.2012 19:43 Offline qazimoto
mikewight
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Join Date: 03.05.2012
Comments: 1
J29

Copied off the Aeromodeller Jetex Quads plan. Hope to upload the Midge & Sipa 200 plans later
03.13.2012 19:56 Offline mikewight
qazimoto
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Join Date: 11.13.2010
Comments: 18
Please do!

That would be great Mike. What I can't understand is that I bought my Jetex 50 in 1958, and built the model shortly after but where did I get the plan? Could have only been AM the same year. I didn't have access to backcopies

Ray
03.14.2012 07:17 Offline qazimoto
zeke
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Join Date: 05.16.2013
Comments: 9
J29 as a Jet Cat for FAC

Wow. I just found this plan. I had built a J29 for Jet Cat for FAC in our HAFFA club summer event. So far flights are in the 15 second range. I did not know this plan existed until now. I used the plan from FM Fred Reese had built an electric ff version and I scaled it up from the magazine plan to get a 16 inch wing span.
06.16.2016 23:37 Offline zeke



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