fastest model boat in the world. The final cut.wmv
204mph in 4 seconds the boat later crashed well over 250mph when it lost
steering it stayed flat and true until it hit the bank.The eagle tree
airflow speedo was destroyed so its final speed will never be known.
AMAZING 250+ MPH RC PULSE JETS AT WESTON PARK RC MODEL AIRCRAFT SHOW - 2014
THE ABOVE LINKS ARE OTHER PULSE JET VIDEOS OF MINE !
THESE AMAZING MODELS ARE THE NEAREST THING TO A DOODLE BUG / FLYING BOMB /
BUZZ BOMB FROM WW11 THAT YOU WILL FIND FLYING ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD TODAY !
THE TEAM FLYING THESE MODELS CAME ALL THE WAY FROM THE NETHERLANDS TO SHOW
THEM OFF TO US, ONE OF THE PILOTS IS ONLY 13 YRS OLD !
THEY CAN FLY IN EXCESS OF 250 MPH AND THE ENGINES ARE REMOTELY CUT WHEN
READY TO LAND, THEY HAVE NO THROTTLE AND THEREFORE FLY FAT OUT ONCE THE
AIRSPEED HAS BUILT UP - GOT TO BE ON THE BALL WITH THESE THEN - LOL,
FILMED AT WESTON PARK RC MODEL AIRCRAFT SHOW - WESTON PARK - WESTON UNDER
LIZARD - NEAR SHIFNAL - SHROPSHIRE - TF11 8LE - 3 MILES OFF M54 / JUNCTION
3 - 8 MILES OFF M6 / JUNCTION 12, 8 MILES FROM TELFORD, OVER THE WEEKEND OF
JUNE 14th & 15th 2014,
Avion a pulso réacteur 16 lbs de poussé static
The Loon (Argus) pulse jet demonstrated at the Planes of Fame Air Museum
Planes of Fame operates an original WWII JB2 "Loon" Pulse Jet engine. The
"Loon" engine was built for the U.S. version of the German V-1 Buzz Bomb.
The "Loon" engine is a virtual copy of the original German V-1 Buzz Bomb
"Argus" Pulse Jet Engine.
Beginning on June 13, 1944, and continuing for nearly nine months, Britains
primary population centers were bombarded by Hitlers Vergeltungswaffe, or
vengeance weapon, better known colloquially to the Allies as the V-1 Buzz
Bomb. It took American scientists just 4 months to reverse-engineer a
captured German V-1 before they test flew the first JB2 Loon. On the first
Saturday of every month Planes of Fame Air Museum, a 501.c.3, hosts a
Living History Flying Day in an ongoing effort to educate and inspire
current and future generations.
For more information visit us at;
On the set of Junkyard Megawars (Part 2) - the Pulsejet boat
A pulsejet-powered drag boat versus a V8-powered one. It was Junkyard
Megawars and I was the technical advisor for the "red" team who constructed
a ramshackle boat powered by a huge (badly built) pulsejet engine.
Guess which boat won :-)
I've also been an "expert" for the UK series ScrapHeap Challenge and built
a jet-powered Lazy-boy recliner and jet-powered hovercraft for the NZ TV
series Let's Get Inventin.
If you need something decidedly out of the ordinary to spice up your TV
show, drop me a line!
Radio control airplane crash compilation
This is a compilation of remotely controlled aircraft crashing at the Santa
Clara County Model Aircraft Sky-park, you can find out more about the site
at by searching SCCMAS on the internet.
The glider crashing happens at the Los Banos, California reservoir. The
A-10 crash was on the 9,200 foot long NASA Ames runway at Moffett Field, in
Mountain View CA.
The airplane landing on a boat was Lake Almanor, California.
It may look like there are a lot of bad pilots in the club, but with 400
members and lots of experimentation going on, they are not so bad.
Please "Like" the video & "subscribe" to the channel, I also post crash
videos on my "wcolby" channel.
Pulse Jet - Built by John Wallis (Australia)
Pulse Jet - Built by John Wallis (Australia)
John can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: All testing is conducted either on private property or on a private
testing track / road.
T58 pt.9: To the Races !
We've built the engine, and we've put it in the boat. After our little spin
on the lake, the next thing to do is watch Gord and Chris put it through
its paces in a real race.
The only other turbine boat that showed up for this event had a mechanical
problem, so it was us against a field of V-8 powered jet boats.
Enjoy the sights and the sounds !
If you like this, watch some much better onboard footage from our racing in
New Zealand. A really good one is "My Kiwi Adventure Pt. 7: Racing the
RC Twin Turbine Mystic C5000 Powerboat - Miss Longlite - Brutal Fast!
Big Mhz Mystic C5000, equipped with twin jetcat turbines. This boat is
crazy brutal fast!
Length: 1850 mm (72.8inch)
Width: 490 mm (19.3 inch)
Approximate Internal Width Sponson 141 mm (5.6 inch)
Approximate Internal Depth Sponson 160 mm (6.3 inch)
RC functions: Rudder, Speed Control
Electric: 2 x Lehner 2280 to 3080
Cell : 30 - 40 cells sub C such as RC2400 or GP3300 or 10s to 12s lipo.
Gas: 2 x MHZ 26 Blue line with counter-rotation set, RCMK NR and CR
Turbine: Jetcat SPM-5 and SPM-5R
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