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Martin baker M.B.3 for racing

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Old 07-28-2012, 10:21 AM
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Default Martin baker M.B.3 for racing



Fast, cheap building box type fuselage construction, for full tuned pipe .40 engines.
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Old 07-28-2012, 06:48 PM
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what did he say? needed a faster radio signal???

kool lookin plane!
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I don't know that man. But I often visit RC Network.de even if I don't know the German language, because it is an interesting Website
especially for the ones who are interested in R/C speed.

The plane he is holding looks nice. I realized it should had been a sorta of Heinkel semi-scale model intended for speed, so I am trying to copy it.


I can ensure you that a 1968 made radio can handle the speed of a modern F3D plane without any trouble. In Italy you can not use the 27MHz, it is legal, but not safe.

Try to buy a Simprop Alpha or a Simprop SAM and then fly your Dago red or Miss Candace Q.40.
You will be amazed.

- But my argues were focused especially in the loss of technical knowledge that is leading many lands (Including U.S.) into a sorta of Mid-Age era.
- You can buy all that you want (but not forever) without understand how it is made from. The U.S. (and many other lands, too) went in mona because the American economy was based upon paper sheets.

- In italy .. it was based upon shoes, T-Shirts and clothes. Now we are also losting the knowledge on how to cut a fashion cloth.

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