|Dec 01, 2006, 03:48 PM|
Big Blue 4 TB-18's
This may be the largest plane powered by Castle Creations Thunderbird 18's
There are a total of four TB-18's . A flawless combination. Thanks CC.
|Dec 10, 2006, 12:47 AM|
hmmmm gota love that glue smell.
If I point the nose up with about 1/3 throttle the landing speed is similar to a slow stick. You might say it looks like a carrier landing.
|Dec 10, 2006, 03:06 PM|
Dude that sucker is impressive. Rough, a hack job to be sure, but I love the way it behaves in the air. On the vids at least it looks so very real it gets close and even then the way it floats in looks quite realistic.
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