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Old 11-01-2004, 12:57 PM   #1
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Idea's for poss Coro Scale combat?

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Been thinking about possible new coro models for scale combat!

#1 Bubble top P47D

#2 Me-109

#3 Douglas Skyraider? 1946 - Has anyone flown this? Then again why not?
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Old 11-01-2004, 02:19 PM   #2
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The ME-109 has been done very well by several guys. I flew foam P-47's last year and have toyed with the idea of doing one in coro. I also built my own foam Skyraider and it flew great. The rules up here under MAAC now discourage several large wing span fighters and the Skyraider is outside the required 1935-1945 actual service in combat rule. The Skyraider is a big favourite in the U.S. where the RCCA rules encompass the 1935-1955 time frame and where the larger span torpedo planes etc. have become favoured. All this was discussed ad nauseum at the start of the 2004 season and was the cause of much debate on this forum. The new MAAC rule still says 1/12 plus 10 % allowable and permits some of the smaller planes ( eg. Dewoitane 520) that come out under 40 inches even at 10 % over to be built out to 40 inches. The premise of confining designs to actual planes that flew in fighter to fighter combat in WW 2 has been proven to succeed with several events being attended this past summer by 17-20 pilots and by huge amounts of fun.
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