|Nov 15, 2010, 06:20 AM|
the Not FMS Mosquito
Some body on a UK forum found some more Pictures of the new Mosquito
I'm loving the look should be due in the begining of next year!
|Nov 15, 2010, 06:45 AM|
So this one is also made by HC-HOBBY who already did the B25 (also sold under the ERc and Robbe brand).
The props look very similar to those of the B25, but this time they located the ESC out of nacelle into the wings.
Just hope they will make this bird a little faster than the B25 in stock config.
|Nov 16, 2010, 07:55 AM|
Unfortunately (and I hate to be a detractor), it's not very scale. While if you squint it looks like a Mossie, you take a better look & notice the short, stumpy fuselage, the too large canopy & vertical fin, the air intakes under the spinners (only present in the later 2 stage merlins) utilised on late model recon & bomber versions and one type of night fighter.
On the other hand, it's not bad for a fun scale model & it seems to fly well.
|Nov 16, 2010, 08:26 AM|
|Nov 20, 2010, 11:17 PM|
Does this one look a little better?
My own design, the orig of which was in Flying Models a few yrs ago. This one has all the bells and whistles. Self designed retracts and my own molds for the nacelles. Flies like it's on rails. Doesn't come in a box, however
Model type: Electric WWII nightfighter
Designed by: Robert J. Caso
Wingspan: 36.5” (927 mm)
Wing Area: 1.76 sq. ft. (0.16 sq. m)
All up weight: 2lb 7oz (1.1 kg)
Wing loading: 22.1 oz/sq ft (6.9kg/sq m)
C of G: 2.6” (66 mm) from LE at mounting point
Motors: (2) HiMax 2812-1080 outrunner brushless
Propellers/spinners: (2) 8x6 / (2) 38mm alum HiMax
Battery: (2) 3s 1350 Mah LiPo batteries
ESC: (2) 18 amp
Radio: 6 channel
Control functions: Aileron, elevator, rudder, throttle, flap, retracts
|Nov 21, 2010, 07:49 AM|
That one is very sweet, Casor. Are those retract legs really wooden? Obviously they have held up pretty well. You have a build thread any where?
I have the semi-kit for the 43" Physics of Flight Mossie. With the experience I gained building the Balsacraft Blenheim, I may decide to tackle it soon, but British dual strut retracts are always an issue.
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