Hawker Sea Fury - Radio control standoff scale model, for .40 - .60 power. Scale is 1/8.
Quote: - "I will not pretend that this aircraft would be the one to build for a novice - it is not - either in building or flying. It is a finely tuned machine and although it doesn't require a great deal of skill to build, skill is required on the flight line. But there again, any pilot with a fair amount of multi flying under his belt should experience no problems with it. Therefore with the more experienced flyer in mind I will not go into a glue part A to part B type thing but rather try to help you along with possible trouble spots. First of all the aircraft is built very light (choose your wood wisely) but strong and with as few parts as possible. Mine weighed 6-1/4 lb wet with St. G.60 and Rhomair retracts. Also included is a muffler. No weight was required for ballast. As a matter of fact I had to place the battery pack in the fuselage behind the wing in order to get the correct balance. I am not particularly happy with that sort of set up as - or I should say IF the aircraft comes in contact with terra firma the hard way the battery pack will, in all probability, go all the way to the firewall clearing out everything in its path along the way..."
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