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chambo88

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request for hobbyking MK IX spitfire

hi guys, very new to the realflight world.. how ever i would like to request a version of the hobbyking Mk IX spitfire as i am planning to buy one in the future and would like to know what im getting myself into :)

specs:
Wingspan: 2250mm
Length: 1894mm
Wing Area: 86.5dm2
Flying Weight: 8000g
engine: 50cc gas

also a link to the page:

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=24001

please let me know if ive left anything out :)
 

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csgill75

Well-known member
hi guys, very new to the realflight world.. how ever i would like to request a version of the hobbyking Mk IX spitfire as i am planning to buy one in the future and would like to know what im getting myself into :)

specs:
Wingspan: 2250mm
Length: 1894mm
Wing Area: 86.5dm2
Flying Weight: 8000g
engine: 50cc gas

also a link to the page:

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=24001

please let me know if ive left anything out :)

i know there is a thread with a pretty good model of a Spit currently being worked on. http://www.knifeedge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28194 Once its released it won't be that big of a deal to modify a AV to fly more like the one you are getting. There is a Spit in one of the Add on packs too that you can modify to your liking.
 

Yellow Baron

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Atr 72-500

I am a huge fan of the ATR 72-500, and would like an electric one with flaps and retracts. What I like about it is it's 6 blade turboprops, it's belly mounted gear, and its overall look and appeal. I'd be more than willing to provide as much information as possible on the project and find any pictures needed for the build. I also would provide my email for ease of communication and would check in on the build thread often in-case I'm needed. See more images at: http://www.atraircraft.com/mediagall...00-series.html

Someone else is working on this in real life:
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1351312

I would love to see my favorite aircraft in RF6.

-Yellow Baron
 

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Madratter

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no i mean a arrow v5 from donut models?
Go to the first post in this thread to see the information that you need to post. Also realize that the modelers are volunteers. If we don't find a model interesting for some reason, we aren't likely to do it. So you need to find a way to intrigue us. Airplanes that are slight variations of a theme already done are not likely to get built.

Personally, I would put your request in that category, but fortunately for you, I'm not the only builder.
 

abaser

Well-known member
From a modelers standpoint, your request is short of meaningless. We spend hours of our time building these models. None of mine have less than 80-100 hours. The least you could do is post reference pics, specs, and any other details to intrigue us. As it stands, your request is highly unlikely to be picked up. It still may not be anyway, simply because it's very close to others already available. We need to be given a good reason to reinvent the wheel.;)
 

Yellow Baron

New member
Reminder of previous post

I am a huge fan of the ATR 72-500, and would like an electric one with flaps and retracts. What I like about it is it's 6 blade turboprops, it's belly mounted gear, and its overall look and appeal. I'd be more than willing to provide as much information as possible on the project and find any pictures needed for the build. I also would provide my email for ease of communication and would check in on the build thread often in-case I'm needed. See more images at: http://www.atraircraft.com/mediagall...00-series.html

Someone else is working on this in real life:
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1351312

I would love to see my favorite aircraft in RF6.

-Yellow Baron
Anyone wanna give it a shot?
See original post on previous page for the photos.
 

Madratter

New member
Anyone wanna give it a shot?
See original post on previous page for the photos.
At least this one is somewhat different and isn't a variation of something that has been done to death. It isn't something I'm likely to pick up, but it does have some interest.
 
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