Flug Werk's FW-190 A8/N Flying Replica Video

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    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhAHZLKEWms

    This FW-190 A8/N flying replica by Flug Werk of Germany was the focus for January's living history flying event held at the Planes of Fame Air Museum located in Chino, CA. These events are held the first Saturday of each month for museum members and the public to learn more about the museum's outstanding collection of historical aircraft. This event was well attended by the public and a great time was had by all.

    Enjoy!

    PlaneVideoArt
     
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    Thanks for posting. Would have been good to see live.
     
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    Very nice video. Thanks for sharing. As Andy said, would have been great to see it in person. Wonder if they're gonna make a motion picture with these Flug Werke Fw 190 replicas some day?
     
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    Nice video, good to see an FW 190 in the air.
    What where the two small rectangular intakes just inbord of the underwing crosses?

    Oh and why oh why do they need those insignificant cameo roles, they don't add anything
     
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    Beer coolers?
     
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    the one story i read about it said it has a P7W engine and that caused some overheat problems that had to be engineered out. but that seems pretty dang far ( and small ) for any kind of powerplant venting.
     
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