Need J2M Raiden Schematics

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  1. Corsair7386

    Corsair7386 New Member

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    Looking for some high-detail blueprints and schematics for the J2M Raiden japanese interceptor. I'm currently trying to get a design together to build a scale, remote model, but I cant seem to find any of the dimensions i need.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Anyone? =( all i've found so far are some low-detail black and white schematics.

    Also, i'm planning on constructing the airframe (entire frame for the fuselage, wings, tail, etc.) out of aluminum. Currently in college for a welding major, so that shouldnt be a problem.

    My concern is weight - aluminum is about the lightest thing i can find, ill probably go with 1/8 inch for all the frame peices, and either cover it with thin rivetted sheeting or a heat-shrink plastic wrap to save on weight. How much power will the engine need to handle that, assuming something around a 1/4 scale model (8.85 ft wingspan - the original was 35.41 ft). I'm considering using a weed-eater motor, think that'll work?
     
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    Sorry Corsair, I looked but can't find anything.
     
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    This is the best I can find

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    Thanks. The two pictures I found had pretty much the same stuff, but that one does show some cross sections and the airfoil shape, which are what i really needed right now.
     
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    Hope that could be helpful.
    Cheers,
    Olivier
     

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    Wurger Siggy Master
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    Excellent stuff there Saburo.:D
     
  8. Lucke.stz

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    Here are a lot of pics...

    Rod's WarBirds

    Go click on next page.... in these site are very good pics :D

    Here are some pics about the site that I found.

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    Best regards,

    Lucas
     
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    Great info guys!
     
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    Yep, great stuff NC, Olivier, and Lucas! :D
     
  11. Ivan1GFP

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    Thanks Saburo et al.
    The schematic on the J2M is really useful.

    Thanks.
    - Ivan.
     
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    Does anyone know what airfoils were used on this plane? Thickness as percent chord will help also.

    - Ivan.
     
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