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1/4 scale P40 Warhawk

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale RC General Discussions' started by Blazing Wings, Jun 29, 2018.

   
  1. Snoopy1

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    You are making some very nice planes.
     
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  2. Thank you. I am trying my best to make nice planes for everyone to enjoy. Many hours involved in designing, and building.
     
  3. So, I am cleaning up the shop and awaiting supplies to start production of the 1/4 scale P40 Warhawk and 1/4 scale Mig3 in Feb/March.

    To start the new year with a bang, I will offer this month only 10% discount on pre-orders of the P40 or Mig 3 fiberglass kit, with foam core wings. For more information on plane construction and on the pre order discount, please PM me or send email to info@blazingwings.com

    Thanks all for your support in 2018 and looking forward to supply you with great new kits in 2019.
     
  4. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    I am still interested in the P40. Any chance you have some photos or drawings of the motor box area? Dimensions and structure and like. I am toying with an idea. I located a NIB 3w 150 twin I would like to buy. But it will need a home.
     
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  5. I can position the firewall or the motor box according to your engine you want to use while constructing the plane. The cowl length designed would be approx. 39cm, width 23cm, height 36cm

    The firewall would be molded into the fuselage once I know what engine you want to use and where to position it.
     
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