|Apr 11, 2011, 08:56 AM|
RC Aerodyne Blackhawk
I know, I know... I change things around too much. I can't keep still is the problem, I guess. Just a few months after getting that beautifully-painted T-Rex 500 canopy from Jake Horky, I decided to mount the 500 mechanics in a scale fuselage. I picked the RC Aerodyne Blackhawk, mostly because it comes with everything needed to complete the build. The raised tail mecahnics, landing gear, etc. As my build log states, the instructions are more than a bit lacking but I should be able to muddle my way through it.
After getting a T-Rex 600e, I knew I'd better do something to the 500 or I'd never fly it again. Blackhawk and scale flight, here we come!
I'll post pics a little later.
|Apr 18, 2011, 06:24 PM|
Here are some pics of the build so far! Making progress!
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