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Old 11-02-2009, 02:53 AM
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Default RE: The RCFW Hellcat Group Build


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ORIGINAL: Tko310

i agree he 26cc might be a bit much

could be entertaining though
I had a Gee Bee R2 a few years back. Flying was OK including the take off. Landing was a different story. Planes that are all engine are not fun to bring home. A detailed war bird with hours and hours of work in it would not be my first choice to experiment with in this way. But to each his own, as they say.
Yes, a 26cc on a 64" plane wouldn't be for a beginner pilot or anything. For the right pilot, the RCG 26 sure is a cheap way to turn a 19 or 20" prop, though.
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