One thing is for sure, WW1 biplanes make amazing giant scale projects, and when we talk about really big giant scale RC airplanes, half-scale (and larger), things really start to get exciting. First featured in Model Airplane News a few years ago, Ian Turney-White’s impressive WW I biplane is truly an amazing piece of work for sure. Here’s a flight video shot at a Large Model Association meet at in Elvington, England. Powered by a 425cc JPX engine, the 19-foot-span scratch-built biplane weighs in at 195 pounds. In addition to highlighting its great flight characteristics, this video by Dean and Pete Coxon shows a lot of the plane’s scale details. Enjoy!
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GREAT VIDEO, REMINDS ME OF MY HALF SIZE CUB . NOW OWNED BY BALSA USA
Beautiful plane, and very nice flying. Great video. The HD1 is a pretty airplane. Nicely done.
beautiful airplane. I’m glad to see I’m not the only one with loose flying wires
Pretty COOL,keep up the good work over there, wish I wear there. Harry
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