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Old 08-27-2004, 05:35 PM
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I have recently aquired a Peterborough Models Hawk and have started modifying it with deeper ailerons and the addion of flaps. I have ordered some Eurokit Retracts also. The fuz is fibre glass and the wings foam, vaneered. I will be glassing the wing and tail pieces and painting the plane in the Red Arrows scheme.
I plan to power it with an MVVS 77 and quiet pipe run through the side air intake.
Below is a picture of the alteration so far.

Anyones input would be greatly appreciated
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Old 08-27-2004, 06:14 PM
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Sweet! What are the dimensions? No Jett-90 huh?

I love the looks of the Hawk-

Keep us posted
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Old 08-27-2004, 06:34 PM
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The plane is orginally designed for a 40-60 2-stroke. The restrictrions I'm up against is a 80dbs noise limit at my club. The other problem is prop clearance. I chose the MVVS 77 because I can put a 12X8 APC on it.

This is my Patriot that i am copying the same format for the pipe and wing surfaces (I have changed the engine for an MVVS 49).
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Old 08-27-2004, 06:38 PM
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Default RE: Hawk BAE Prop Jet

Looks like the one I have.... Mine is from Aerotech UK.
I bough this plane many years ago when I was still a newbie
Powered by an ASP 40 it struggled into the air, and was badly underpowered
Engine between 60 and 90 should make this thing fly nice..


Im restoring mine at the moment....glassing the wooden parts
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Old 08-27-2004, 06:43 PM
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SJN

Do you think the MVVS 77 and pipe will be enough, with the added weight of the glass, retracts, wing servos, flaps etc.

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Old 08-27-2004, 06:56 PM
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Im sure it will fly fine....
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Old 08-28-2004, 05:49 AM
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SJN do you not recognise that hawk of Neil's?
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Old 08-29-2004, 06:18 PM
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A Saudi Hawk, by skyways.
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Skyways Hawk in Saudi scheme. inflight.
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Old 09-03-2004, 04:55 PM
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heres a finished one. was told by owner, stnd irvine 53/muffler. 5%, fixed u/c, went through speed trap at 127mph. ? can this be possible?
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Dave- Have you installed the West on the Mag.?

If yes, continue about your business-

If not, please leave the speed forum- (Sorry Dave couldn't resist)
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Old 09-03-2004, 07:52 PM
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Dude, you are so harsh[8D]
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[sm=angry.gif]

(sorry Neil for the slight deviation in your thread. But I have to make my feelings known)
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OK Dave- Truth be known

I have flown Ducted fan jets, Whips, Patriots, and Q-500 planes NONE of which are as fast as your Magnum will be with the West-50 installed! [X(][X(]

I cannot go on living this lie- I am sorry []
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Old 09-04-2004, 12:33 PM
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Like hell you're sorry.

Its been a great laugh. I've had a few people saying "is he joking" etc.......

JUST TO CONFIRM THAT RAZOR IS NOT ACTUALLY JOKING, AND IS THE HARSH (GER BUG) EVER
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Any link that I can check on who supply Skyways Hawk in the internet?
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I am almost always joking! And the Magnum IS faster than the planes I mentioned---

I have no idea what a Ger Bug is but I DO like PM Tony Blair and I end many posts with "cheers"

Cheers!
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Anyway............ Skyways do not have a website, but they do have an email address. However i do not have it. I know someone that does.
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I get the drift : SKYWAYPD@aol.com
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Old 09-09-2004, 04:27 AM
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I know its off the point a bit, but does anyone know where I can buy a Cermark F-16 Fighting Falcon - 60 ARTF? They look great, and I wouldn't mind flying one while I finish building the hawk.
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And another.
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I have now cut out for one of the retracts. I'm a little concerned that all this cutting away of the foam wing will weaken it. I will be putting a glass bandage on when all is done, but still it is worrying me.
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Looks really good.
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Default RE: Hawk BAE Prop Jet

You know, this plane really strikes me. I am guess this is some UK distributed thing since I do not see it around here anywhere. What wingspan is it. "Retracts? Cost? Is there a webpage to look over a kit? Thanks


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heres a finished one. was told by owner, stnd irvine 53/muffler. 5%, fixed u/c, went through speed trap at 127mph. ? can this be possible?
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Old 09-12-2004, 08:13 AM
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Its a kit manufactured by a model shop over here. We've ruled out that with that set up it was 127mph.....possible kph...... anyway....comes with fixed u/c, but will easily (in some cases) accept retracts. The kit costs £130 ish.....however they are a high demand kit, and getting hold of one straight out the shop is a hard task. best bet for us over here is to find 2nd hand ones.

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