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    FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Hi guys
    I start new projekt of my favoirite sirplane Focke Wolf 190 Dora 9.

    I will build the composite airplane in 1/5 scale by ORIGINAL factory drawings, I don't think to change many stufs so I plan to build 1/1 as a original airplane including all panels details and everything as on the original airplane.

    So I start with work on the plans in 3D and other programs
























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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    I like your pics and am looking forwad to your build. I have a 1/5th scale IMP D9 and the Meister 1/4 scale versions

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Hi Rumen!
    It looks like some other interesting thread! Good luck
    Where did you get the original drawings?
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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Thanks Ram-bro, I hope will be interesting thread. My idea is that model to be much closer to the original


    Prekin, I bought them from the internet, and other places, I collecting plans of this airplane many years, so now I have a good collection to start this projekt.

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Hey Fokke,

    Great to see you at it again!!!

    Love your 109 so am watching very keenly again this time with an even better German bird, the 190!!!!

    Thanks

    dave

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Subscribed.. I just received another Meister D but pulled some Bentley drawings and had them enlarged to 1/4 scale for reference. Looking forward to your build..
    "IF" I'd stop staring at them, I'd get more done to them.
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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Thanks Dave, yes the Messerschmitt is a good airplane and long projekt, I hope this one will be faster.

    Did you saw the first fly of the BF-109 ?

    here is, in the last post :

    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_53...49/key_/tm.htm

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    What can I say my friend!

    I hope you never quit designing and making new kits! I certainly love your selection so far!

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    subscribed, really looking forward to this one...Very good choice to model as this one is much easier to balance....just wish you would model it a little bit bigger, 1:4,5 maybe...

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    Hey Ramstein44 thanks, for me 1/4 scale is little bit bigger but is not bad idea .

    I prefer 1/5 cose the all stuf -engine , servos, retract and all stuf are much available, in 1/5 scale the airplane is 210sm. or 82.6 inches. It is not small , it is not too big .... I have a little more time to think about this
    As flypilot says, 1/4.5 it is a good decision, I must to think about this

    Thanks for your coments guys !


    Casey, yes buddy I think about several projekts in the future I can't sleep


    Thanks for your coments guys !

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    RE: FW-190 D9 1/5 by fokkerc.com

    I start to make all raster plans in vector format

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    This looks good. I'm subscribing.

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    Thanks gree
    Soon I''ll show what I made

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    I've just been looking at Fw 190 D versions and, esthetically, the D13 (and D12) look best to me. That is just because the nose has a cleaner shape, as it has a Motorkanone through the engine instead of the machine guns on top of the nose like D9.

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    For me D 9 with machine guns on the nose is better seems more evil , but the D 12 and 13 is more clean look . Interesting , I can make mould for all version 9- 12- 13 , it is not problem


    Thanks for the idea pertime I will think about that

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    Better listen to others too, though. I'm not a very potential customer, at the moment....

    ... the 20mm (or 30mm) Motorkanone had pretty good "punch" too, but it is out of sight, so does not add to the evil looking bumps. You mainly see the hole in the spinner The lack of bumps might have added a couple of km/h to the speed of D13.

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    I purchased the 1/4 scale D9 kit from meister-scale just to transform it into the D-15. If you do a D11-D13, you can add me to the list! I've built and have too many D9's already and I agree that the later versions are sexier!. The second pic is of is Evans Q's D13. The first is the D-15 I'll be doing.

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    "IF" I'd stop staring at them, I'd get more done to them.
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    Yes , that's it , I think to make D9- D13 versions with diferent noses.

    I have progress with wood- foam fuselage, soon I will post pictures

    Cheers

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    I wonder about the fin shapes: I think the latest models got the fin of the Ta 152 but did D-9s ever get that?

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    Yes,there are differences in propellers . Junkers VS 111 wooden propeller dia. 3.5m used on FW 190 D9 and FW-190 V30/U1 prototipe as well as Ta 152 A and B . Junkers VS9 wooden propeller dia. 3.6m. used on FW versions D-10 through D13 and on Ta152 H version

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    I meant the tail.
    I've understood that at least D15 (if it really was built?) had the Ta 152 tail, which is different from what is usually shown on D9 to D13.

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    Yeah my friend, the D15 was built.. Tons of documentation on them! Let me know if you need more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramstein44 View Post
    Yeah my friend, the D15 was built..
    I'll just take your word for it. I read some various material on the internet and was left uncertain about whether it was completed, or flew.

    At a quick look, you can get from D9 to D13 by changing the top of the nose and using a different intake scoop. For D15, you need a different tail.

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