Spitfire Mk1 (oz3632)
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Spitfire Mk1. Radio control model WWII fighter, for .049 - .10 power and 2 channel radio. Scale is 1/12.
Quote: "1/2A spity .. intended for glow but maybe can take power from 400 size brushless power."
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from Royal Marutaka
Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter
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Found online 06/11/2012 at:
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User commentsBuilt one from these plans in 2014. It flew so easily, so well and was so aerobatic, that even mode 1 flyers of our group used to ask to fly it (I'm mode 2). One pic of an inverted pass at dusk is so close to my heart that I'd like to share it on OZ [more pics 004]. Without the next pic, you'd never know that she was a flat wing profile foamy! [model photo & more pics 005]. But when she fell victim to one failed aileron servo, she left behind the motor, Esc, and 3 servos for her next incarnation (balsa and tissue)!
KK_Iyer - 18/07/2018
Dear sir, I have made a 1/12 class Royal-Marutaka Spitfire Mk-1 from a plan that I have downloaded a few months ago. And finished maiden flight today. I'm very happy, so I decided to send the photo [main model pic]. Thank you very much,
Kose Oikawa - 09/03/2020
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