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  1. Thunderbolt A-10 Warthog 
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    Hello everyone, Laser Desing Services have a short kit kit for the Republic A-10 Thunderbolt so I by the plan to build the George Miller A10A Thunderbolt featured April 1985, in the R/C Modeler issue, plan come from Michael Beaulieu from Presque Isle's Maine at: scalercmodels.com, this is a 1/9 scale model with 78 inch, wing span 870sq., 65inc., fuselage , and the weight should come to close 24 pounds, this one I convert to electric power with two T&J 100mm fans, with Typhoon 700-83 1445 kv motors, and two packs of 10S-5000 LiPo batteries., the retract come from Robart Manufacturing 630 serie., come later. There somes pictures of this build -up . Cheers
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  2. Republic A-10 
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    Hi Scale fans....... start to dress the Boys from Syracuse today with somes letters and add paint also. Cheer
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    Wow!!! That is fantastic!

    Suddenly very much looking forward to a video!!

    -Eric
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rccardude04 View Post
    Wow!!! That is fantastic!

    Suddenly very much looking forward to a video!!

    -Eric
    Thank Eric for interest, I have somes video of the smaler version from Nitro Plane http://youtu.be/-SCCb22W9y4A-10 video also Thank...
     

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    Yup I've seen a couple of your videos before. I like the camera angles.

    Looking forward to the big one. It looks fantastic!

    -Eric
     

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRjMD_t8mQk&feature=share&list=UUsJaovtb9j Tyrd_aL1kcHGQ"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRjMD_t8mQk&feature=share&list=UUsJaovtb9j Tyrd_aL1kcHGQ[/ame]
    Quote Originally Posted by Wart View Post
    Hi Scale fans....... start to dress the Boys from Syracuse today with somes letters and add paint also. Cheer
    I go with Robart electric retract conversion electric from: Down and Locked LLG, , there some pictures of is installation . Close-up vi[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmdD91ct3GY&feature=share&list=UUsJaovtb9j Tyrd_aL1kcHGQ"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmdD91ct3GY&feature=share&list=UUsJaovtb9j Tyrd_aL1kcHGQ[/ame]deo of nose stering action. Cheers
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    That's about the smoothest set of retracts I've seen. Very nice.

    Plane looks incredible. Still looking forward to the flight video. It looks great just as a static display anyway, but in the air it will be really sweet!

    -Eric
     

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    Great and very precise work. thanks for the detailed project photos.
     

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