PJ Engines

The Valveless Pulse Jet Engine – How does it work

A simple representation of the valveless PJ working cycle

Jim’s Valveless Pulse-jet Engine

A Tutorial for lighting a homemade Valveless Pulse Jet engine

How pulse-jet engines work (and a shameless plug for my book)

If you’ve ever wondered how pulse-jet engines work, this video will explain the basics. If you want more information then the shameless plug at the end of the video will direct you to a site where you can buy my e-book.

Well you can never build a Boeing as Study Project …. So you will be Building Model Plains ! Conscruct the Following plains and try using Pulse Jets then Later Turbo Prop or Turbo Jet Engines ! Use The Basic Ideas from this Movies and Produce your Own new Models sell them to get your money back to sponsor later your Bigger Projects (Save some Money to send you Final project for Corrections)

Foam Fighter Bird of Prey (FF-BOP) Part1

This is the first video of the series for the Foam Fighter Bird of Prey or FF-BOP. This is a plane that was inspired by the real Boeing Experimental Aircraft called the “Bird of Prey”. In this video we cover the overall build and construction of this new RC aircraft.

Foam Fighter Bird of Prey (FF-BOP) Part2

Part 2 video covers the maiden flight of the FF-BOP or Foam Fighter “Bird of Prey” RC plane. This is an RC plane with a design inspired by the Experimental Boeing Bird of Prey Stealth Aircraft.

FF-Aurora Part1 (Aurora RC Plane)

Part 1 of Project Aurora, my project to build my concept of the Top Secret Aurora Aircraft the US Government is rumored to have. My design is basically a Delta aircraft a little similar to the SR-71. I’m sure the real plane would have to be much more sleeker and lower drag than my design. For the RC plane though I needed a little more wing area and wanted something fairly easy to build and fly. I wanted it to hopefully at least look fast in the end, lol. My initial hope was to make a Foam-board RC plane that would break 100mph. In part one we are a little short at 97.6mph. Stay tuned for Part 2 where the plane does Break the 100mph barrier!

FF-Aurora Part 2 – RC Aurora Spy Plane

This is part2 of the Aurora Project. In this video we cover the second flight of the FF-Aurora which on this flight was flown on a 4S lipo pack and 6×5.5 prop. I was happy it met my goal to break 100mph, clocking in at 103.8mph! I did forget to set my ESC to high timing, so there may be a little more speed in this setup. Stay tuned because we plan to find out! Thanks for watching!

The FF-Aurora is my own design based on the idea of the Top Secret Aurora Spy Plane the US government is rumored to have. It is supposedly the plane that replaced the SR-71. If its really out there it must be one bad bird! My intention was to build a fairly fast RC plane made of simple Foam-board material.

89mm Duct fan Plane Project Part 1

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89mm Duct Fan Plane Project Part 2

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89mm Duct Fan Plane Project Part 3
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This is part 3 of my 89mm duct fan plane project and includes the completion of the build and the first test flights out at Herman Airport.

Link to rcFoamFighters “Planes” page where you can find plans for the FF-Aurora and others:

Over the next month or so I’ll show you how I build pulsejet engines for RC planes and other models. This video starts by showing you the raw materials and the tools that I use.  I’ll be sending one of these RC plane pulsejet engines to Alf in Norway (see him on the Ringebu RC channel “rcgutt” and another to Alishanmao in China).

Here is part 2 of the long-awaited build video for the $10 RC plane that can be powered by a small nitro engine like the Cox .049 or the electric motor of your choice.

Build video: The $10 RC nitro plane made from coreflute (part 1)

Here’s the first part of the build video for the $10 Cox nitro-powered RC model bi-plane I’ve featured in previous videos (this is the corrected version of part 1)

You’ll need:

1/8″ (3.2mm) coreflute
a sharpie
scissors
a modeling knife
a ruler
a tape measure
some thin piano wire
pliers
a hot glue gun (and glue sticks)

Using the instructions in this series of build videos you can create your own radio controlled model biplane that is fast, aerobatic, super-tough and fun to fly.

Total build time is as little as 20 minutes — although it takes longer when you’re explaining how to do it.

The $10 RC nitro plane made from coreflute (part 2 of 3)

Here is part 2 of the long-awaited build video for the $10 RC plane that can be powered by a small nitro engine like the Cox .049 or the electric motor of your choice.

Camera issues have meant that the editing and posting of this video and part 3 have taken way too long.

Stay tuned though, part 3 will be up shortly and I’ll be making the plans available for free download from my website.

Part one of the build video can be found here:

Camera issues have meant that the editing and posting of this video and part 3 have taken way too long.
Stay tuned though, part 3 will be up shortly and I’ll be making the plans available for free download from my website.
Part one of the build video can be found here:

Got $10 and 20 minutes of spare time? Well build this nitro-powered parkflier-size RC model plane for the Cox BabyBee engine and have a ball!
This is the promised flight-video — sorry about the dark skies. As you can see, this model is fully aerobatic, rather quick and a lot of fun to fly.
The build-video is coming shortly. Subscribe NOW to avoid missing it.

Boeing Pulse Jet Concept Video