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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Hey Guys,

    One more FlyboysModels Komet to add to the group. You'll note that the rear window still has the tape on it and the crosses are missing from the top of the wing. It has the crosses now, is dull coated and the tape is off.



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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Very Cool!!!!

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Heres a few pics of my CJM He-162 Power is a air start AMT 180 20 lb thrust turbine. The plane weighs 20 lbs and is equiped with CJM Retracts and it also has a paintball gun that is plumbed to the cannon barrels and is audible over the engine sound. THe Co2 is inverted so that there is a visible muzzle blast.
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Graupner HE-111
    69" wingspan
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    2x Turnigy SK 30-35-910 motors with 10x8x3 props

    Shes quite fast even at 1/2 throttle.
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    good looking bird Kahlog, you know at certain angels, it sorta favors a mosquito........

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!


    ORIGINAL: Ram-bro

    good looking bird Kahlog, you know at certain angels, it sorta favors a mosquito........
    Except....the HE-111 was in service long before the Mossie

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    gotcha on that, just something I never noticed before but for your pics

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    There are some similarities. The vertical stab and rudder look close to the same shape, but the HE-111's is bigger. There are also similar air intakes on the sides of the engines nacelles. However, the Mossie's engines nacelles are sling under the wing mostly, whereas the HE-111 is centered(above/below) the wing.
    Both fuses are slender with a short front end. The HE-111 had several gun stations(top/bottom/waist). The Mossie didnt have any as it was built light(wood) and made for speed.
    The wing on the mossie has a relatively generic shape, but the flaps are split between the nacelles. The HE-111 has a very odd looking wingshape, especailly the trailing edge as it gets close to the fuse.
    The biggest different is the Mossie has a standard cockpit set back away from the front of the nose(with a seaprate bombadier station).
    The HE-111 has a full glass front end with the pilot station right up front just behind the bombadier(although the very first versions of the HE-111 did have a standard layout with cockpit set back some and on top like msot bombers).

    Most HE-111's that still exit today are actually spanish built CASA C-2.111D's. They look almost identical, but the bottom air intakes are rounder.

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Just as reference, here's a couple pics of each to compare.
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Here's a pic of an early version HE-111 with the standard cockpit
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Oh I know the differences, especially when it comes to the size. Its just for that split second, it reminded me of the Mossie. You should be over on the warbid wiz thread asking some of those questions. Wherre didi you get your kit from?

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Below are my 2 120 (4 strokes) - 95% ready,
    Fully scratch build Stuka from a 1970's model airplane news plant, flies like a trainer with 50% of an OS 91 4s.
    Adding "post painting" rivets to add more realism of an "war plane" and scale cockpit!  

    [img]C:\Documents and Settings\tfer\My Documents\Firmenich\Particular FBelle\AERO\Stuka\Stuka recentes[/img]


    second is a Top-flite P-40 95% ready, adding scale details, rivets and wheatering.
    [img]C:\Documents and Settings\tfer\My Documents\Firmenich\Particular FBelle\AERO\Stuka\Stuka recentes[/img][img]C:\Documents and Settings\tfer\My Documents\Firmenich\Particular FBelle\AERO\P-40[/img][img]C:\Documents and Settings\tfer\My Documents\Firmenich\Particular FBelle\AERO\P-40\IMG_0092.jpg[/img]
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Most recent finished luftwaffe bird. This is my 2nd ESM Me-109. I still have the first one(glow). I made this one electric. E-flite Power 110 on 8s 5000 spinning a 20x10
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    How about a Don Smith Do 335, Q100 in the nose and Fuji 24 in the tail
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    I think this qualifies:

    This is a captured VQ Hurricane. I use it as a warbird pylon racer backup. It has a YS .91 and flies well, but a tad bouncy on landings. Modeled after one captured in France in 1940.
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    335- 80 inch drew my on plans
    since this photo I have put a G 26 in the nose and a OS 108 in the rear
    you have to hear the sound of this twin fly gas and glow

    CMP 190 G 26
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    I have been working on this Henschel-123 for a little over a year now, I'm down to mounting the engine, and fine tune rigging. weight and balance etc. I'm still uncertain of its colors, but right now this is a pre war 1937-39 colors, but I may dress her out in full combat colors later. This was my first scratch build, from Uncle Willies plans, I shrunk it down from it's original 1/4 scale, to about 1/8 scale, she has a 57" wing span, and weight upwards of seven to eight pounds I'll guess with engine, fuel, and batteries. radio etc. I read an article in Model Airplane News, about painting over Monokote, so I covered her with Aluminum, and used Model Masters spray paint. It is very realistic when the paint chips, and reveals the aluminum underlay. I hope I can find others who have built this model, or similar obscure Luftwaffe Birds. My next Luftwaffe Bird will be the JU-87 V-1 Stuka, the 1937 version with the t tail, these versions were destroyed in test flights during the dive, which brought the designers to return to the more conventional tail were used too. I love the different and obscure, I will be looking for more strange pre-war German designs.

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Henschel-123 a work in progress 57" wingspan made from Uncle Willies plans.
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Here is something a little different, a Blohm and Voss BV-141. Approximately 82 inches in span at about 13 pounds. Electrified with a Turnigy 63/64 on eight cells. APC 19/12 prop cut to 18 inches for ground clearence. A beautiful flying bird with no vices. Tracks through loops and slow rolls with ease and very gentle while landing. Flyboy Models ARF modified just a little. ed
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Great planes Stuka, rebuilt recovered......
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    With the 262 in the shop...getting some stick time on the Meister Scale D9. Southern Ca. Scale SQD BEST of Show winner....

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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Hows this for a cool picture of my modified Meister 109-E in flight...
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Here's a few more.... also got a pair of Pica D-9's and a GWS 262 almost ready to go.

    Working on the 88 right now...should be done, well who knows when ???
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    RE: Let's See Your Luftwaffe Birds!!!

    Well finally after over two years of working on it. My big 106 inch JS ME262 flew this weekend. JG7 Scheme painted by Todd Burley...it flew on AeroNaut TF4000 fans. Over 11,000 watts in power...was a success after a long journey of up and downs....38 Pounds AUW...she is a beast.

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