Extreme Speed Prop Planes Discuss the need for speed with fast prop planes (Screamin Demon, Diamond Dust, Shrikes or any REAL sound breakin'''' plane)

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Old 09-03-2004, 08:45 AM
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Anyone had any experience with the Kondor Red Arrow ??

Looking from some field data and maybe a few photos
http://www.kmp.ca/jets.htm

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Old 09-03-2004, 11:44 AM
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Looks nice, but spendy.
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Looks heavy to me [X(]
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Is that a propjet?
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As far as I can tell. Im waiting for them to send a few details and maybe a manual for me to look over.
Might make a nice home for a 90L.

Weight shown didnt look way out of hand.
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A company in the UK makes a lovely Scale propjet BAe Red Arrows Hawk. See in this forum recently a post by "Neil Guilford" about it.
That would go some on a 90L.
The one in the above link looks the same as the JHH Hawk so It may be a copy, as JHH are having some problems with others manufacturing the JHH Hawk. [link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_1438677/anchors_1438677/mpage_1/key_/anchor/tm.htm#1438677]See jets forum for more juice on this subject.[/link]
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Aerotech UK (PMC) Hawk. .40-90
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The one above, has a standard irvine 53, stnd muffler. fixed u/c built stock and was clocked through a speed trap at 127mph I was told by the owner
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possible?
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127mph - with that setup I doubt
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but very nice model BTW
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I loved my Irvine-53 but even on a Patriot (yes, I had one on a Patriot-) it was probably never near 100mph- and it was skinny!

I love the looks but never trust the MPH-
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That's a fat lady... you need a skinny lady... 127 KPH maybe
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ORIGINAL: Rudeboy

That's a fat lady... you need a skinny lady... 127 KPH maybe
I agree....127 MPH....no way.
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we can but dream. So has anyone got any views about the one in the link in the first post?
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It IS great looking and I would not mind having one but it would not be a speed-demon

Wish there was a prop-jet that was designed after the BVM Maverick/Agressor/Vipe/Bandit--- skiinnnyyy
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I said the same to a mate the other day. A propjet (tractor) BVM Bandit would sell out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! c'mon, who's willing to make one. I'll buy it!
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Ok..... lets make it more broad....anyone have anything on any of the KMP kits ??
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