|Jan 22, 2003, 04:59 PM|
Joined Dec 2002
P-38 or Dehavilland Mosquito in foam (?)
After becoming somewhat proficient flying my delightful Tipsy, I'd like to find either a P-38 or Mosquito foamie, using a twin 280 direct drive setup, with a span of no more than 36 - 40 inches. Gotta have that DD twin sound!
Does anyone know of such a beastie?
The size limitation is because it has to be transported strapped to the side of a bike.
|Jan 22, 2003, 08:06 PM|
Manila Ninoy Intl, Philippines
Joined Nov 2001
Czech P 38 model coming
Have a look here:
One hopes that the power set-up is better developed than the one that came with the Split 280, which was pretty dismal.
|Jan 23, 2003, 04:05 AM|
mtflyr's simple foam scratch built approach is great if you want a sport scale Mossie (or anything else, in fact !) :
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