|Mar 13, 2006, 09:53 AM|
Airacuda and Boeing 314
Here is a shot of John Hunton with his Bell Airacuda made with air hog guts and his N20 powered Boeing 314. Cute little flyers.
|Mar 16, 2006, 07:03 PM|
Blacksburg, VA 24060 USA
Joined Feb 2000
What are the dimensions and weights of those aircraft, particularly the XFM-1? It appears to be about 12 inches span. Was 2 MM Depron used in the majority of the construction?
|Mar 17, 2006, 03:07 PM|
Joined Nov 2004
Just suscribe to RC MicroWorld!!
The current issue for March 2006 of the newsletter RC MicroWorld has the article with plans and all the info for the Airacuda.
The $24.00 dollars of the suscription for the year will give you access to all the 6 issues of 2005 plus the rest of this year. At least check the web site and see for yourself.
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