|| Gallery Pampa 1999
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New F-22 pictures added
All pictures from Jets over Pampa 1999
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Wim Reinders, Avonds Starfighter F104 with AMT Mercury turbine
Rafale , pilot Godfried Lemmens
Aviation Design Kit with AMT Olympus turbine
Rear view of Philip Avonds's F-15 with AMT Pegasus turbine
Philip Avonds F-15, left and middle picture: Philip Avonds, right picture: Richard Jeunen
Two times a take off
Right picture: Geoff Wallace, Avonds F-15 with AMT Mercury turbine
Mike Gay e-mailed me about the left picture:
- "The model on the same line as Geoffs F15 is Thomas Singers world jet masters entry F-86F,
Japanese Blue Impulse display team colours from the Fibreclassics kit with as far as I recall it has a Jet Cat turbine inside.
How do I know? I was flying a red Spectre, hopefully I will be there again for the fourth year this time with a Simjet powered Kangaroo......."
Kangaroo with Sophia Precision turbine
The pilots name is Paul Gray, he is the UK importer of the sophia j850 turbine
Mark Leavesley and his team with detail of tail section of their BVM Bandit
BVM Bandit, powered with an AMT Pegasus turbine
Beautifull A-10 powered with two electro ducted fans
The model was manufactured by JéPé Fiberatelier (Jean Paul Schlösser). See Jet related links for his homepage.
F-22 Raptor designed and built by Wolfgang Mrotzek and powered by an AMT Pegasus.
Wingspan 1.35 m, length 1.95m, take-off weight 15 kg.
Carbon-fiber fuselage, balsa parts skinned with carbon-fiber.
Foam wings with carbon-fiber reinforcement.
The guy in the center is Klaus Schumacher, the pilot of a 22 kg thrust AMT Olympus powered F-22.
Unfortunately there is no picture from this 'Shooting Star of Helchteren'.
His machine is almost everywhere carbon-fiber reinforced.
On the right in the background the YF-22 of Andreas Unterbusch also powered with AMT Pegasus.
His plane is completely made of Balsa, but a litlle to heavy (17 kg)
End october 1999 Andreas made a test-flight with a new F-22 Raptor from Wolfgnag Mrotzek.
Here are the pictures (all © Andreas Unterbusch) of this machine that he will fly at Pampa 2000.
Scale of the modell is 1:10.
Wingspan 1.35 m, length 1.90m, take-off weight 15.5 kg (with 3 litres of kerosene).
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