View Full Version : Can you identify this helicopter?


Dave_Jackson
2nd Feb 2005, 03:02
http://www.unicopter.com/Temporary/Naughty_naughty.jpg



wishtobflying
2nd Feb 2005, 03:05
I'm going to stick my neck out and say it's a remote control helicopter. Yours, Dave?

Flingwing207
2nd Feb 2005, 03:18
Somewhere we can see the video that was grabbed from?

Lu Zuckerman
2nd Feb 2005, 04:29
Kaman HOK

Revolutionary
2nd Feb 2005, 07:43
Kaman K190?

http://www.aerofiles.com/kaman90.jpg

Thomas coupling
2nd Feb 2005, 07:47
No.............:ouch:

Wunper
2nd Feb 2005, 08:10
Looks like a model of a Flettner Fl 282

W

helicopter-redeye
2nd Feb 2005, 08:40
The wheels are too big to be a real one

Texdoc
2nd Feb 2005, 08:49
I 'll stick my neck on the block with WTBF and Redeye and say it is RC... That smoke... definitely RC helo. The wheels are bigger than the Pilots Torso and those trees in the back ground must be from the Jurassic age if it is real

Rotorbee
2nd Feb 2005, 09:00
Yup, I go with wunper.
Must be a R/C Flettner 282. Typically those kind of tubes on both sides of the pilot and the gap in the fusselage for the engine.

flyer43
2nd Feb 2005, 13:20
Looks like an RC model to me too.
Found this pickie of an FL282 on the web which shows pretty big wheels even on the real thing.....

http://www.studenten.net/customasp/axl/picture.asp?cat_id=5&ple_id=507&page=1&pte_id=9595

cyclic_fondler
2nd Feb 2005, 13:35
It's not a Unicopter is it ??

http://unicopter.com/UniCopter.html

Dave, you wouldn't be associated in some way to this project, would you ?

helicopter-redeye
2nd Feb 2005, 16:05
Wait! Is it an R66??

:p

Dave_Jackson
2nd Feb 2005, 19:56
This mystery didn't last very long.

Yes, it's a model of the Flettner 282. Incidentally, a person is currently building a full size replication of the 282 that is intended to fly.

Flingwing207 had the best grasp of the answer, for some unexplainable reason. :D

cyclic_fondler: "you wouldn't be associated in some way to this [UniCopter] project, would you?". Only if it works. ;)

http://www.unicopter.com/Temporary/KolibriModel03.jpg

IHL
3rd Feb 2005, 03:49
It looks like it wouldn't meet emission standards.