The bi-annual Classic Fighters airshow in Omaka, New Zealand, re-enacts the exploits of WW II New Zealand forces attacking a German V1 rocket site in Egypt, and this 80%-scale, RC “b uzz bomb” was one of the stars of the show! Built by a large team over six months, the nearly 200-pound “Doodlebug” is powered by five electric ducted fans using 10, [...]
We’ve just heard from our good friend and editor of the Italian RC Model magazine Modellistica and he let us know that for this year’s Top Gun, he will be flying a new model, the Hawk 100 from a Skymaster kit. He no longer has his impressive F100 (he sold it) so he sent us some pics of his [...]
For years I have stressed the point that when you start flying giant scale models, you should do it in a scale-like manner. To rely on the wing’s lift as full-scale pilots do, rather than on the propeller’s thrust like many sport RC models are flown. The larger airplanes in many ways, fly better than their smaller counterparts but [...]
The MAN team as always had a great time attending the annual Toledo show. We especially like to see all the amazing scale and sport models in the Static competition, which is always a big reason to attend. This year all the models were great and many were truly world class. Here are the official [...]
In the Sig Manufacturing booth was a bunch of great looking ARFs from Seagull Models. All these great looking plans have amazing finishes which include a flat clear coat (for the warbirds,) and a beautiful U.S. aerobatic scheme for the classic biplane. Bucker Jungmeister Skyraider 63 inch span T-34 Mentor 74 inch span.
Well, we’ve been waiting for this one for a while, and it is now here–The razorback version of the Top Flight Gold Edition Giant scale P-47 Thunderbolt. 85 inch span, 50cc Gas engine and beautifully covered in MonoKote. Robart Retracts drop in ad bolt into place. Watch for a complete product review and flight test report [...]