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British Airways Freewing AL37 RC twin 70mm EDF Airliner

Discussion in 'R/C Videos and Pictures' started by dominicm, Jan 11, 2020.

   
  1. dominicm

    dominicm 70cc twin V2

    Takes about 1 hour to assemble and then quite a bit of effort to apply the custom scheme. A combination of automotive paint and decals. Flying this EDF jet is very easy compared to other RC jets. Flies like a trainer and slows down nicely for a flared landing.

     
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  2. Excellent job on the custom scheme. And great edit. Thanks for posting.
     
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  3. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    received mine Friday, and the new T-33 from MRC. The T-33 is ready to test fly and then I need to decide how I am going to finish the
    AL-37
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  4. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    picked the wrong photo here is the AL37, after I unboxed and inspected Larger than I thought
    AL37.jpg
     
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  5. AKNick

    AKNick 150cc

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    Been looking at that AL37. Flies in high alpha! Holds up in torture testing too. Storage would be the issue with me! Looks like a fun jet!
     

  6. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    Here is one feature I am adding to the AL 37 reverse thrust ESC's should be getting them tomorrow.
     
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