Saucer plans/links/ideas

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    I am currently looking for an easy build flying saucer kit.

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    dhbarr and jimn like this.
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    This is the saucer I built in 2003. All dimensions are based on the motor tube OD.
    Saucer Dimensions3.jpg
    I built 24, 54, and 98 mm versions
    And a video of the 98mm version on an Rx N800 :)
     
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    Twin Factor. Two stage mini engine powered saucers. Too (Two) much fun.
    twin factor.jpg
     
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    Art Applewhite's Delta Flying Saucer is a classic, but also look around for small spools as they make great odd rockets!
     
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    I went to art applewhite's site nothing is there any more . Except the stealth in 18 and 24 . I never ordered anything from him
     
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    You have to click on the free stuff link on that page . That will take you to another page with LOTS of free plans.
    Or go to the Rocket Garden and order his kits.
     
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    The rocketry garden goes back to his site . Only the free stuff is there
     
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    Thanks it didn't work for me . I see them now
     
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    Great video! Do you have any Pictures of those saucers? Plans? Kits?
     
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    The dimensions of the saucer are the first pic in the post with the video.
    These are the 98mm on the N800
    saucer_pad.JPG saucer_walk.JPG
    The 54mm with a Rx K160
    Saucer Bottom.jpg Saucer Motor.jpg
     

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