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Post  ian1954 Sun Jan 12, 2020 4:49 pm

Quite a few years ago, I built a Microaces Fokke Wulf 190

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I enjoyed building this but not flying it. It was, like many, too fast and too small for me but looked superb in flight as it whizzed by me.

I have several Microaces kits but can't find them - they will be boxed in a box in a box buried under boxes somewhere.

Anyway, I got the Scrappy Patriot recently and decided to build it. It is a cross between a foamy and a plastic model kit but using 1mm and 2mm foam with some 1mm plastic bits.

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Almost finished

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Add the electrickery

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Just needs balancing and hopefully it will be nice slow flyer (and well under 250g so no need to carry my licenses and certificates)

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Post  944_Jim Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:03 pm


Is this a pretty easy to source kit? More.importamtly, is the radio brick and transmitter easy to find without the plane?

I see pieces/parts that can possibly fit in the smaller Guillow's or other Walnut scale models.

Thanks in to chase down this plane (chins-scratching along the way).
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Post  getback Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:32 am

Thats a nice little model i checked the site out to see how small it is . and it is 13x17" i think it was? They have some interesting models for sale . The open servos are pretty cool since there will bee no nitro mess to clean up , i hope to hear how it flies and fro a good success for you . Very Happy
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