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Man that is a sleek plane, I miss working on stuff like that. I can't see in that picture, does that have the vectored thrust?
iirc it is a vtol jet.


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I often get buzzed by hedge-hopping Harriers and Tornadoes when I'm out riding :twisted:

Ps.Doc, where is the JSF you keep saying is in the post? :roll:

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Skies388 wrote:
Man that is a sleek plane, I miss working on stuff like that. I can't see in that picture, does that have the vectored thrust?


Nah the F-22 has vectored thrust but not the F-35A. The F-35B will be the STOVL (Short Takeoff Vertical Landing) like the Harrier so it will have vectoring thrust. The main nozzle will be able to swivel so that it points straight down and it will have a shaft driven fan mounted directly behind the cockpit that provides the vertical thrust to counter the thrust on the main nozzle and roll nozzles on the wings.

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I often get buzzed by hedge-hopping Harriers and Tornadoes when I'm out riding :twisted:

Ps.Doc, where is the JSF you keep saying is in the post? :roll:


OK So i lied. We were behind schedule and it's in the picture above. :roll:

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I often get buzzed by hedge-hopping Harriers and Tornadoes when I'm out riding :twisted:

Ps.Doc, where is the JSF you keep saying is in the post? :roll:


OK So i lied. We were behind schedule and it's in the picture above. :roll:

I didn't think cameras were allowed on company property? :wink: :lol:


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I didn't think cameras were allowed on company property? :wink: :lol:


Only on family day or if you're a company photographer. But recently they started allowing people to have cell phones with built in cameras but the use of the camera feature is strictly prohibited. :roll: ...yeah....crazy policy.

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OK So i lied. We were behind schedule and it's in the picture above. :roll:


I knew you shouldn't have got 0G involved :lol:

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If you ever go to St. Martin, go stand at the end of the runway by the beach and tiki hut bar.
http://www.aviationexplorer.com/747_tak ... en_sxm.htm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZJc2hyymmc


I remember landing at this airport some years ago. I was looking out the window and the water was getting closer and closer and closer and omg pull up! then boom we hit the run way out of no where. I hate flying to start with but that landing was beyond scary.

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If you ever go to St. Martin, go stand at the end of the runway by the beach and tiki hut bar.
http://www.aviationexplorer.com/747_tak ... en_sxm.htm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZJc2hyymmc


I remember landing at this airport some years ago. I was looking out the window and the water was getting closer and closer and closer and omg pull up! then boom we hit the run way out of no where. I hate flying to start with but that landing was beyond scary.

M, good thing you didn't see the Big mountain right in front of you on landing. :shock:


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Moderator could you remove this please?


Bikes = cf/ti/alloy

JSF = cf/ti/alloy

= a perfectly suitable subject :)

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Skies388 wrote:
Man that is a sleek plane, I miss working on stuff like that. I can't see in that picture, does that have the vectored thrust?


Nah the F-22 has vectored thrust but not the F-35A. The F-35B will be the STOVL (Short Takeoff Vertical Landing) like the Harrier so it will have vectoring thrust. The main nozzle will be able to swivel so that it points straight down and it will have a shaft driven fan mounted directly behind the cockpit that provides the vertical thrust to counter the thrust on the main nozzle and roll nozzles on the wings.


Ahhh that's right I had them switched around. The whole swivel nozzle engine is cool looking too. Looks like a maintanace nightmare though. Thanks for the info. I'm still trying to figure out how to put a T-56 on my bike. :shock:


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