ME-109 R/C

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  1. sunny91

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    231 Lbs, 17 Ft, Wingspan. 39X18 Prop

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    nice r/c plane

    thought the prop looked a little small ( thats just me ) what the other guys think i don't know:oops:
    nice though
     
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    to build something that big, might as well fly INSIDE of it!
     
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    Maybe they are Fear Of Flying :lol:
     
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    True!
     
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    True Joe, no point in doing it that size unless you were going to fly it. But it does avoid the regulations I suppose if it is only R/C ?
     
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    it does afaik.
     
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    Heck! That's half the size of the real thing! Pity though, at that size, the model wasn't designed around a suitable engine to be fully cowled. Must be on the limits for ATC clearance I would think?
     
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    Very nice film, Sunny, thank for posting it.
    Alberto
     
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    The prop is ok on her cos the prop was calculated to fly not statik. Beutyful flyer, super job on her silhouette looks fantastic in the air. When i will build a similer size of plane like this i will spend time to make a panel lines and wheels and....... the size is not everything (for me)
     
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