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FT Spitfire

Liemavick

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#5
Looks like my man cave will soon be a bit more crowded. The minwax oil base undercoat is going to make all the foamies a lot more fun to fly, I laugh at you wet grass! HAha Honestly Im a bit disappointed in David not having at least one of the swarm rigged for a unexpected "bang" lol I guess Ill have to make do with Chads battery pod bomb drop.
 

strows

Junior Member
#6
I can't wait to build this beast!!! Wednesday can't come soon enough. Great job guys, can't wait to see what is next in the swap-able series.
 

CrashRecovery

I'm a care bear...Really?
Mentor
#7
This might end up in the build stable.... ill play it safe and support flite test and buy the speed build. With my F-18 using the swappable pod all i will have to do is switch two wires and turn the prop over and ill have a nice combo for this plane.
 
#9
Thinking about using poly acrylic, which is waterborne polyurethane. Using this on dollar tree foam board, might release the paper. Maybe I should just wait rather professionals to show me .....I am so excited about this spit.........Now a German FW-109 or a Japanese Zero.......Love Flitetest
 
#11
Any Idea when the Build Plans will become available?

Really looking forward to building this one

Oh and what size spinner fits best?

Cheers

Ben
 
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#12
I didn't see the airbrush video yet, I think they said it would be released Wednesday. So use polyurethane, like minwax? I would love to try this method on the baby blender....FT excellent work!
 

Liemavick

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#15
Did anyone else catch how David launched his plane? He just grabbed it above the canopy and shoved it straight up in the air full throttle. He's such a tough guy lol
 
#19
I'm curious if they will be able to mount retracts on the spitfire? still cool if they dont. Once i finish my current plane i'm totally building one of these.

They mentioned the motors they are using, i wonder how the 1300kv blue wonder would go? so same powerplant as the bloody wonder