As we seek ways to learn new things in this hobby, we now initiate the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk project as our next design.
Finally, the Parkflyers International Eurofighter Typhoon G1E Prototype #2 (Indonesia) and #3 (US) had made each successful maiden flight. It's a cheerful joy for us all watching all the same remarkable characteristics shown in both maiden flights.
The following image is the Eurofighter Typhoon G1E Prototype #2, constructed by Bimo. Slowly but sure, it captures its Typhoon shape and hopefully would be ready for its maiden flight.
Jeff finally, flew the very first of Parkflyers International G1E (E nomenclature stands for EDF) Prototype 1, eventhough the wind wasn't suitable for a maiden flight. This is our first ground up EDF parkjet, which inherits our design DNA: scale lines in score-n-fold.
Jeff is ready with his Eurofighter Typhoon G1E, and will have its maiden flight at anytime.
We're all very excited that the Eurofighter Typhoon EDF Scratchbuilt Design, has entered its pre-final stage. The layout has been successfully generated.
A period of 15 months of learning, designing and releasing parkjet designs with mid mounted motor, has been delivering us joy we've never experienced before. Specially our latest design, the SU-35 G2, which brought us excitements of experiencing the flight envelope of a storebought rc plane yet it maintains its agility compares to the rest of our mid mounted motor designs.