Hawker Hurricane MkI (oz5242)
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Hawker Hurricane MkI - Radio control scale model, for .61 power and proportional radio. Scale is 1/8.
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User commentsI am currently building off these plans. Just a heads up, be aware that you will have to make some modifications to the plane while your building. So don't cut everything out and think it will all go together perfectly, lol. During build, dry fit pieces together first and when building use small amount of glue to just tack it together first. I also downsized the plans to 55% which made the wingspan around 38 inches. I also built with all basswood. I was told that a 400 to 480 electric set-up would work. So when it's all done, I will upload pics and let you know how it flies, :)
desicrit - 09/04/2014
I have finally found out what kit I had!! It is the David Taylor, 1975 Complete-A-Pac kit No. 14 Hawker Hurricane!! It was made by C.A.P. West High Street, Earlston Berwickshire, Scotland. Of course I know you have the plans BUT do you know of somebody or some where I can find a copy of the instructions / build manual? I hope with you being in the UK and knowing somebody who is in to old kits there is someone there that would have it. Thank You So Much!!!!
Jeff_Sawyer_Ohio - 30/04/2019
Can anyone help Jeff with the build instructions for this kit?
Mary - 30/04/2019
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