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Old 11-10-2003, 03:32 PM
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HI Guys, Okay, I'm tired of looking at P-51's, P-47's, Corsairs and the like. Not that I don't like them, but after a bit they all start to look alike! Lets see some of those nice big Luftwaffe birds out there! I'll start off the thread with my super 140" wingspan FW Ta-152H which was built by Ty Brown of Kannapolis, N.C. Ty is an extremely talented builder as is evident by this outrageous bird! She is powered by a Quadra 75 XL, has CJM retracts.
Horrido!
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Old 11-10-2003, 05:53 PM
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Rob, Your models are gorgeous. Here are pics of my Pica FW 190 D9 and my Meister 109 G6.
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Old 11-10-2003, 07:20 PM
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Thanks Tom, Your's look real good too! I reckon I can put a couple of more up now This is a Meister Bf-109 that was built by my good friend and master modeler, Fred Menna from N. Scituate, R.I.
Come on guy's, let's see those Luft. birds!!!
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my meister 190 hiding from all the mustangs!
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Old 11-10-2003, 07:53 PM
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Rob, My PCM me109 in 1/4 scale
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MY PICA fw190d9
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Old 11-10-2003, 08:39 PM
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Here is my own designed and scratch built Dornier Do 335 A12 two seater.
109 inches square.
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Old 11-10-2003, 09:41 PM
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Wow, some nice airplane Guys! Evan, I've only seen one or two 109's nicer than yours...I think that Pat McCurry built them...actually I think he just has some good photos of real aircraft and he's trying to get us to believe that they're models Seriously though, Pat, your 335 is truly a work of art, as is your 109...it boggles my mind thinking that you actually made those truly from scratch! If I could do one 1/2 that nice before I leave this world I would be a very happy man indeed. Jester, how does your Meister 190 fly? My last 190 was a sweetheart, only problem was I had a slight mental lapse burried her while low and inverted! I hope to build another one this winter...it's #2 on my "To Do" list of winter projects. Keep those posts coming guys!
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Old 11-10-2003, 10:05 PM
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My Ta-154 Moskito wont fit on RCU it is on RCwarbirds.com under miscellaneous fighters
I am soooooooooo jealous of those big Luftwaffe fighters ... if only .... they look incredible !
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I love the snake scheme! 1/9th Scale
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Old 11-11-2003, 01:15 AM
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Holman Fw190A8 Blue 4 warming up the engine before a patrol mission.
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Great Models Guys, I really like the Stuka and 152. Here are two of my 109s.
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Old 11-11-2003, 10:33 AM
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nice planes guys! :-) I hope to have mine up here next year?
I have one of Pat's 109 kits coming

Rob did you ever find you missing bird yet?

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Old 11-11-2003, 11:40 AM
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Alan, how does the TA 154 fly?
Weight, engines etc? :-)
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Old 11-11-2003, 02:24 PM
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Here is my Ziroli Stuka (formerly owned by Evan, but now fortunately mine ). G-62 for power. Flies awesome. Much better then my first one. Just flew her four times this past weekend. Think it is probably the best flying bird in my fleet. Nope, not 4 sale.
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Heres my Stuka to add to your collection I added my ME-163 Komet John N
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Old 11-11-2003, 05:33 PM
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Here is a picture of my Pica FW190d. Fly's great an it is very fast with an MDS 68 for power.
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pickupsticks heres my 84" meister 109g , and yes my meister 190 is probably the best flying warbird i have ever flown bar none. jetster
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Jerry,

The 154 flies rock solid.. fast but it feels heavy I am not sure how to explain it it could just be my nerves

I have 2 OS 52 4 strokes in it.. I use Spring air retracts.. the wingspan is about 70 inches ... I havent weighed it... maybe 12 lbs?

It lands real nice .. the take offs are almost always squirrely.. I think it is because my engines dont synch throughout the whole power band.. I synch em for 3/4 throttle so when I run them up for take off one is pulling slightly faster than the other.. I have tried full throttle take offs with someone holding the plane and releasing it.. that works best but I don tlike the way it looks ... maybe if I had brakes on it I could do it that way ..

I did some rolls the last time I flew it so I think I am starting to get used to the way it flies..
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Snake in a dive.

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White 8

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Here some pics of the Do 335.

Very Best Regards

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Thanks Alan for the info, think I'm gonna order the plans.
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Wow...I am definitely impressed! Too bad there's not a Luftwaffe only warbird event! He did you all see on RC Warbirds that outrageous twin turbine Horten? If not, you have to check that one out!!! Hey Jason, is your 335 from Al Masters plans? Maybe if we all get on Pat's case he'll kit his 335...that would awesome indeed! I'm already planning on the '4 WOD fly in...I'm just bringing Luft. birds...262, 109, 190D9 & of course the Ta-152. I think WOD was where Ty more or less unveiled the Ta-152 a few years ago. Hey Ty, Do you have plans for the conversion from the D9 ??? Burl, no I haven't found her yet. Now the weather has turned I'll be able to get some folks to help me search fro her...until the frost hit they were all afraid of snakes...bunch a wimps With the rain we've had the river is still much higher than usual and the only way across is to get out the waders...of course I reckon I could drive in from the other side, but it would take me longer to to walk through the woods to our field to orient myself. Evan, I've forgotten how nice your D9 is after seeing all the pics of the 109...really a nice looking bird...maybe I'll have to get you to build something for me sometime! The pics I'm putting up this time are of my Me-262, she was built by Joe Saitta of Seminole, Fla. Real sweet flying airplane, with no bad habits at all.
Keep em comin guy's!
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Another Holman 190, this time Walter Nowotny's A6
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